Lloyd’s of London takes to City pubs to stamp out bad behaviour

Staff survey spurs insurance market to put ads in bars to stop sexual harassment and bullying

Insurance market Lloyd’s of London will plaster City pubs with posters urging workers to report inappropriate behaviour, after nearly 500 of its underwriters and brokers said they witnessed sexual harassment in the past year.

It is part of the 333-year-old institution’s efforts to stamp out bullying and harassment across the insurance market, which had been criticised by the shadow City minister Jonathan Reynolds as being “institutionally sexist”.

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