To encourage the government to view insurer products and services as part of the disability and inclusivity solution, the sector needs to get its own house in order first
Nothing kills credibility faster than not practicing what is preached. A bit like Facebook promising to protect its users' data. Or Volkswagen promoting eco-friendly cars. Disconnects always get caught and result in heavy penalties in terms of internal and external credibility, reputation and business impact. Is the insurance industry at risk of falling into the "do as I say, not as I do" trap when it comes to disability and inclusivity? Let's look at the facts. Of the 15,000+ corporate members...
Brings over 25 years’ experience
Staff can come in if they wish
After more than 33 years
Increased number of SMEs feel let down
Nicola Dryden, partnership director, steps down