The insurance sector has just launched their Inclusive Behaviours Pledge and we are proud to announce that James Hampden International Insurance Brokers have become one of the first 50 companies to sign up supporting the initiative.
The Pledge addresses all forms of potential discrimination in the workplace, whether on the grounds of age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage/civil partnerships, pregnancy/maternity, race, religion/belief, gender or sexual orientation. It sets out a clear framework of desired behaviours for leaders and their employees in the workplace, as well as in their interactions with suppliers and customers.
Spearheaded by Lloyd’s and Zurich, the initial 50 companies to sign up to the Inclusive Behaviours Pledge are made up of insurers, industry bodies and brokers, together with other organisations across the insurance sector who have joined forces to demonstrate the insurance profession’s unwavering commitment to transforming its culture.
Other founding signatories include trade bodies the British Insurance Brokers’ Association, the Association of British Insurers and the Lloyd’s Market Association, with more high-profile organisations set to sign up to the Pledge over the coming weeks.
Andrew Tebbs, Managing Director of James Hampden International added, “It gives me great pleasure to sign this Pledge reinforcing our company stance that all our employees are treated with courtesy, dignity and respect.”
To learn more about the Pledge click here.