Lloyd's of London: Sexual harassment survey findings 'truly terrible'

CEO 'upset and disappointed'

Adam Saville
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Lloyd's of London: Sexual harassment survey findings 'truly terrible'

Nearly 500 people have either seen or suffered sexual harassment in the past 12 months in market

Lloyd's of London chief executive has described the findings of survey into sexual harassment at the world's biggest and oldest insurance market as ‘totally unacceptable'. More than 6,000 people working there responded to a survey conducted by the Banking Standard Board on behalf of Lloyd's. Nearly 500 (8%) said they had either suffered or observed sexual harassment in the past 12 months. The survey, which was sent out to the 45,000 people who work within Lloyd's, revealed the experience of...

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