How can benefits companies and the industry as a whole make true progress when it comes to increasing diversity and inclusion?
By BenefitsPRO Editors|August 11, 2020 at 10:34 AM
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For years, carriers and brokerages have touted the importance of increasing diversity, yet our industry still has an incredibly high inequality rate. We asked our readers what kind of conversations they are having with other brokers, with clients and within your businesses to address this problem, and how can benefits companies and the industry as a whole make true progress? Here’s what you said:
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