Zurich UK changes hiring process for graduates & more…Keep up with what has been happening this week in our latest insurance news round-up…
Contractors have launched an appeal in a legal battle about part of a new Florida property-insurance law that restricted attorney fees in disputes about claims.
With this partnership, Prime Bank’s Car and Home Loan customers can avail insurance policy to cover the risks of their vehicle or real-estate property with ease, reads a press release.
French (re)insurers are lobbying the country’s government to rethink plans to cap personal lines and SME insurance rate rises in response to surging energy and living costs.
Digital insurer Edelweiss General (EGI) has announced that it has extended its Group Health Insurance policy to include members of the LGBTQIA+ community. EGI’s policy is a big step towards a more inclusive healthcare framework, given the fact that traditionally, group health policies only included the legally wedded spouse of individuals.
In consideration of the COVID-19 pandemic scuppering young people’s chances to serve internships, Zurich UK is overhauling its graduate hiring process. According to the insurer, the lack of internships and work placements during the pandemic left graduates with less real-world experience than previous generations.