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The Recent Largest Insurance Layoffs in 2024

June 2024

Company: AXA XL

Head Quarters: Stamford, Connecticut, United States

Number of People: ND

Axa XL, the property/casualty unit of France’s Axa SA, is restructuring its insurance underwriting operations in the Americas and confirmed it will lay off an undisclosed number of staff. In a statement, Axa XL said it has reorganized its operations into three business segments: large commercial, mid-market, and professional.

June 2024

Company: Loop

Head Quarters: Austin, Texas, United States

Number of People: 23

Mission-driven personal auto insurtech Loop has laid off the majority of its workforce in what is at least its third major round of job cuts. It parted ways with around 23 of its remaining 30 staff, which co-CEO Carey Anne Nadeau said was a “last ditch effort to save the business.”

May 2024

Company: Medica

Head Quarters: Minnetonka, Minnesota, United States

Number of People:  162

Medica, a nonprofit health insurance provider based in Minnetonka, has laid off around 162 employees, or approximately 6% of its workforce. “We made the difficult decision to reduce our workforce to align our resources with business priorities,” Medica shared in a statement.

March 2024

Company: Liberty Mutual

Head Quarters: Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Number of People: 250

Liberty Mutual has undertaken an additional restructuring involving eliminating around 250 positions firm-wide, impacting personal and commercial lines and claims, marketing, legal, and talent resource functions.


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