While some companies have made advances in ensuring representation within their workforces, there’s still much to do.
This episode of Marsh’s Risk in Context podcast features Tammy Franklin, Marsh's Chief Digital, Data, and Analytics Officer, and Ailsa King, Marsh's Chief Client Officer for the UK and Ireland, on the ways companies can create opportunities for candidates they may not have considered in the past.
To adapt to the changing needs of clients and customers, companies need input from a range of voices.
To attract and retain top-flight candidates, companies must be more flexible and creative to accommodate some populations.
Promoting from within diverse communities can help to develop role models for others as they seek to advance in their careers.
Tamara Franklin is Marsh's Chief Digital, Data, and Analytics Officer. She has more than 25 years of experience leading digital businesses and defining strategies for large multinational organisations, including Scripps, Time Warner, and Motorola. She joined Marsh in 2020 from IBM.
Ailsa King is Marsh's Chief Client Officer for the UK and Ireland and CEO of Marsh’s risk management client service team, which serves the firm’s large and complex clients. She joined Marsh in 2017 and has more than 25 years of experience in the insurance industry.