Female resignation rates have hit ..

Female resignation rates have hit a new high in the insurance sector, according to a survey of 42,205 individuals conducted by the Chartered Management Institute and Remuneration Economics. The figures also revealed that women in the sector were more likely to receive a bonus, but that female pay rises had stalled for the first time in a decade. Resignation rates among women stood at just over 8%, up from nearly 6% last year, higher than the national average of just under 8%. However, compared

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