Survey reveals some Lloyd’s staff “turn a blind eye” to sexism in the market

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The culture survey found less than half of Lloyd’s workers would feel comfortable raising concerns to bosses about inappropriate behaviour or sexual harassment despite 8% of staff witnessing it.

Lloyd’s of London has published the results of its culture survey which was undertook over the summer following numerous reports of sexual inequality in the market which employs around 45,000 people.

It also revealed a set of measures aimed at eradicating sexist culture and fostering inclusion.

According to Lloyd’s four key themes emerged:

The experience of women in the Lloyd’s market – women scored more negatively than men across the piece, whilst one in five respondents do not believe

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