Doncaster-based One Call Insurance makes pledge to safeguard jobs of 750 staff

The Doncaster-based insurance broker - One Call Insurance - has pledged to protect the jobs of its staff despite challenging market conditions.

The Doncaster-based insurance broker - One Call Insurance - has pledged to protect the jobs of its staff despite challenging market conditions.

The company made the commitment as it celebrates its 25th anniversary.

Managing Director Nik Springthorpe said: “One Call Insurance is well known in the Doncaster area as one of our biggest employers – with more than 750 staff.

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"Throughout lockdown, they’ve shown resilience, commitment and passion, which is something I am very grateful for.’

“Our staff have provided exemplary support to our customers, some of whom are vulnerable and struggling financially.

“They’ve handled more than half a million web chats - most of them from home. In return I’ve made a commitment to do everything I can to protect One Call jobs for at least the next 12 months.”

He added: “Yorkshire isn’t just One Call’s home county, it is also my home county. We will do our best to extend our support to other businesses in the area.”

A spokesman added: "We are also working directly with local employers who are making redundancies to offer their employees early access to One Call Insurance vacancies."

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