Reason Global are one of 50 insurance organisations who have signed up to the Inclusive Behaviours Pledge at a launch hosted by Lloyd’s of London. This is an industry-wide initiative to demonstrate the insurance profession’s unwavering commitment to transforming its culture.
Lloyd’s is a founding signatory, alongside 49 other insurance firms and trade bodies, including the British Insurance Brokers Association, the Association of British Insurers, the Lloyd’s Market Association and the London & International Insurance Brokers’ Association.
Signing up to the Pledge means agreeing to change and tackle negative and inappropriate behaviours and promote and encourage the right, desired behaviours in the workplace. Pledging also commits company leaders to taking action within their own organisations if their employees are not treated with dignity at work. The Pledge is a public commitment to reinforce the promise to do this.
All forms of discrimination will be tackled, whether on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnerships, pregnancy/maternity, family and caring responsibilities, race, religion/belief, gender or sexual orientation. The Pledge sets out a clear framework of desired behaviours for leaders and employees in the workplace, as well as in their interactions with suppliers and customers.
Reason Global’s Director of Broking Paul Norris, attended the launch event in Lloyd’s iconic Lime Street buildings, a regular meeting place to broke risks for his clients within the London marketplace: “It’s a great initiative that has been launched and we look forward to supporting this as we continue our work in always shaping our culture as a business to reflect the values the pledge encourages.”
Find out more at inclusiveinsurancepledge.co.uk