The survey findings will be reported to the board in June
Lloyd’s is to survey everyone using its building as its efforts to quell a culture of harassment continue.
The culture survey - to be carried out by the Banking Standards Board - will be open to everyone with a pass, as well as employees of its managing agents, Bloomberg reported.
It’s findings will be reported back to the LLoyd’s board next month. Further measures will include setting up focus groups to discuss themes emerging from the survey, Bloomberg reported.
The survey is the latest response to the harassment scandal that has engulfed the London market in recent weeks. It has also pledged to discipline workers who are found to be intoxicated, and punish firms operating in the market if their employers are found to have transgressed.
The Banking Standards Board is a not-for-profit organisation aimed at improving standards and behaviour in the UK banking sector.
Lloyd’s reported a £1bn underwriting loss for 2018, and has brought in consultancy Deloitte to oversee structural changes to the way it does business.
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