Year: 2019

Our March Bulletin

March 6th, 2019

The JSW team pride themselves on providing clients with excellent service coupled with exceptional cover; if you’ve been happy with our service please don’t forget to recommend us to your friends, colleagues and business connections. Once they go on cover we will send you a £50 Love2Shop voucher! (t & c’s apply). Please email info@jswinsurance.co.uk with… Read more »

Claim Stories: Management Liability & Home Insurance Claims

February 26th, 2019

We always strive to ensure our clients have the best outcome from a claim. Our in-house claims team work hard to ensure our clients receive the best outcome. You’ll never know how good your insurance broker is until you make a claim. Below are some of our latest cases where our clients were very appreciative… Read more »

Get to know our team – Steve Forrester

February 25th, 2019

1) What is your name, job title and location (branch)? Steve Forrester, Associate Director, Newcastle Under Lyme 2) How long have you been working in insurance for? 23 years 3) What does your job entail? My job is mainly focused around working with the teams in each JSW branch to ensure that we achieve our goals. 4) How did you… Read more »

Construction Industry News – February 2019

February 18th, 2019

Don’t Become an Industry Statistic: Promoting Workplace Diversity In the construction sector, it’s crucial to maintain a diverse workforce to ensure your organisation secures top talent, establishes strong communication skills, encourages different ways of thinking and promotes a positive working environment. Despite these benefits, however, the industry has developed a reputation as one that severely… Read more »

The 6 things you can do to improve employees’ mental health

February 5th, 2019

A staggering 89% of employees feel uncomfortable discussing their mental health with their managers, according to a report from Business in the Community. That figure is especially troubling, as approximately 1 in 4 people in the United Kingdom experience a mental health problem each year, according to the NHS. This costs UK employers between £33… Read more »

How to beat the January blues!

January 8th, 2019

On average, 29 per cent of people in the United Kingdom suffer from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) each year, according to research from YouGov. SAD, also known as ‘the winter blues’, is a major depressive disorder that occurs during the winter months when there is less sunlight. It is most common for those in their… Read more »