Covid-19 and home-working mental health for the insurance industry

How brokers are monitoring employee mental health with a home-working insurance industry
Mon 20th Jul 2020

Keely Rushmore was asked to contribute to an Insurance Times article about how brokers are monitoring employee mental health with a home-working insurance industry.

You can read her comments on duty of care, managing workloads and countering HR issues 'virtually' in the article here

As many businesses in the UK continue to work from home during the Covid-19 pandemic, the mental health of staff that work remotely has been brought to light. Insurance Times looks at how broker bosses are managing the mental health of their employees.

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