This past Thursday, June 6, the Hartford Chapter held a workshop at the University of Connecticut School of Law. Forty attendees discussed the #MeToo movement’s efforts to hold abusive managers accountable, how to include non-binary members of the workforce, how corporations can empower all employees, and how these issues impact insurance underwriting and claims. The attendees enjoyed a reception after the workshop to continue the discussion and network with their colleagues.
Thank you to the Hartford Chapter for organizing this event and thank you to everyone who attended! Enjoy the photos and we hope to see you at another event soon.
On Thursday, January 24, members of the Canada Chapter gathered in Halifax, Nova Scotia for a seminar examining the rise of the #MeToo movement and the liabilities that organizations face. The panel discussed a variety of approaches taken to assess and understand the management liabilities, employment practices liabilities, and other insurable & non-insurable risks.
Thank you to the panelists and to the Canada Chapter for organizing this timely and important event!
This past Thursday, November 29, members from the Southern California Chapter gathered at the Jonathan Club for an EPL-focused workshop. The workshop focused on #MeToo and how this movement is impacting EPL underwriting and claims. Afterwards, they enjoyed cocktails, food, and networking.
Enjoy the photos from this event and thank you to the Southern California Chapter for hosting this timely workshop!