Socioeconomic inclusion demands greater insurance industry effort

inclusion, belonging

People from lower socioeconomic backgrounds can experience longer career progression paths because of ‘polish and fit’, rather than ‘performance or talent’

Reporter Isobel Rafferty explores the impact of socioeconomic background on career progression within the insurance industry, finding out what the UKGI sector needs to do to offer a wider talent pool promotion opportunities.

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