Lloyd's hit with further sexism claims

Sexual harassment

Lloyd’s has found itself at the centre of fresh sexism and sexual harassment allegations as a former worker in the market published an opinion piece revealing how she was told to wear heels and make-up and advised to expect and accept sexist jokes.

The Evening Standard published a blog written by former Lloyd’s underwriter, Sophie Jarvis, who mentioned being taken aside and told that she had wear heels, a dress and a lot of make-up in order to succeed in the market.

Claims further included

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