question-markMost insurance industry professionals concede the value of recruiting a diverse work force , but not as an end unto itself, according to NU readers responding to the most recent “Question of Ethics.”

NU ethics columnist Peter R. Kensicki recapped the responses and highlighted some key trends in his article, below. Check it out and then us know your views on the subject!


What ethical obligations, if any, do insurance companies and independent agencies and brokerages have in developing a more diverse industry work force by recruiting, training and promoting more women and minorities in their respective ends of the business? 

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