Lloyd's of London: Sexual harassment survey findings 'truly terrible'

'Upset and disappointed'

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 "The survey is validating in a pretty ugly way the issues that were raised six months ago" - John Neal
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"The survey is validating in a pretty ugly way the issues that were raised six months ago" - John Neal

Lloyd's of London chief executive John Neal has described the findings of a survey into sexual harassment at the world's biggest and oldest insurance market as "totally unacceptable".

More than 6,000 people working there responded to a survey conducted by the Banking Standard Board on behalf of Lloyd's. Nearly 500 (8%) said they had either suffered or observed sexual harassment in the...

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