Lloyd’s has announced a number of measures to prevent sexual harassment and foster a diverse and inclusive culture shortly after the publication of a report which highlighted an atmosphere of “near-persistent harassment”, both verbal and physical endured by women who work there.
Key actions the market is prepared to take to mitigate this include potentially banning offenders from the Lloyd’s building for life.
Lloyd’s published a statement just seven days after the release of a Bloomberg
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