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Why Diversity and Inclusion in Insurance and Risk Management Must Start Early in the Recruitment Process

Understanding the benefits diversity and inclusion has is just the beginning. Recruiting early and showing the vast opportunity in insurance comes next.

White Paper Summary

For those working in insurance — an industry that touches every sector, from manufacturing and construction down to sports and recreation — it is imperative that they understand not just the industry they service, but also its people.

The United States is home to many cultures, ethnicities, generations, religions and races. Early reports from the 2020 census have already shown that the U.S. population is continuing to grow in its diversity. People from all walks of life are entering into the workforce every year.

This, said Victor Puleo, associate professor and Davey Chair of Risk Management and Insurance for Butler University, is a very good thing.

To learn more about Butler University, please visit their website.

The Butler University Master of Science in Risk and Insurance is a fully online program that utilizes a unique mix of insurance and MBA courses to prepare students for the growing risk and insurance industry.

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