For many companies, alcohol is an intrinsic part of an age-old tradition. Sometimes considered ‘corporate lubricant’, discussing financial forecasts over a pint at lunch or ‘wining and dining’ a client has been the backbone of a culture that has been at the heart of the Square Mile mindset for decades.
However, things are changing and attitudes towards drinking in a professional capacity are being challenged as evidence of negative consequences mounts. A perfect example of such a shift is Lloyd’s of London.
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