News and bulletins

The latest from Darwin Clayton and the insurance industry.

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  • Dreading Monday: how to manage stress in the workplace

    April 2019

    If you sometimes think you’re going to flip out at work, you’re not alone. According to the Health and Safety Executive, 440,000 people in the UK reported work-related stress was making them ill in 2014-2015; 40% of all work-related illness

    Dreading Monday
  • 10 top tips for managing stress at work

    April 2019

    Stress in the workplace can have devastating effects on mental health and productivity. Dr Mark Winwood, Director of Psychological Services for AXA PPP healthcare, sets out his top tips for how to manage stress.

    10 Tips Against Stress
  • Common sources of stress

    April 2019

    Stress comes in many different forms, from rigid thinking to pessimism. If you know what’s causing you stress, you’ll be in a better position to address it.

    Common Sources of Stress
  • Ageas teams up with Darwin Clayton in £45m deal

    April 2019

    We are delighted to announce that we have signed a new five-year deal with Ageas Insurance.

  • Can your business offer an apprenticeship today?

    April 2019

    According to the House of Commons, in 2014/2015 there were 871,800 apprentices in the UK, up 14% compared to the previous year. With the cost of university tuition fees rising, and a saturated graduate jobs market, the once-common practice of hiring an apprentice is back in fashion.

  • Look out for each other! #StaySafe

    April 2019

    The number of cyclists on our roads continues to increase, whether for fun, fitness or commuting it’s important we look out for each other.

  • How telematics can revolutionize fleet and personal drivers

    April 2019

    Telematics, the branch of car insurance whereby consumers can have a monitoring device, or ‘black box’ fitted to their car which records data about their driving – and rewards ‘good drivers’ with better premiums – is starting to becoming more commonplace.

  • How to check that your wireless router is secure from cybercriminals

    April 2019

    Last year, the FBI issued warning that hackers had compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers across 50 different countries, infecting a multitude of brands and models.

  • How to handle a data breach in your organisation

    April 2019

    It’s a good idea for businesses to introduce both an internal and external plan of action should a data breach occur within their business. This will mean that your team will be better prepared and will have an increased chance of getting things right the first time. Ultimately, this could serve towards limiting damage to your software, management and overall reputation.

  • Prepare for potholes

    April 2019

    This winter’s record rainfall has left the UK’s road in a pitiful state, with potholes and damaged road surfaces the bane of many drivers. And, while the weather may be improving, the roads aren’t likely to get any better.

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