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  • Aviva hires more Boomers for workforce diversity
  • Aviva hires more Boomers for workforce diversity
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Aviva hires more Boomers for workforce diversity

Insurance company Aviva is aiming to surpass the ‘silver quota’ for employers by bringing more Boomers into its workforce. Given Aviva’s aging clientele, the diversity push is helping it better relate to its customers, as well as express its brand values.

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