Lloyd’s of London has been accused of having a “deep-seated culture of sexual harassment” in a report by Bloomberg Businessweek.
The publication has spoken to 18 women working in the insurance market, who have described an atmosphere of “near-persistent harassment”, both verbal and physical.
Responding to the report, Sheila Cameron, chief executive officer of the Lloyd’s Market Association stated: “Sexual harassment is simply indefensible in any workplace and all instances should be dealt with
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