Kainos Partners is proud to announce that we are now part of AssuredPartners. After joining the company in February 2021, we are taking steps to align with the identity and culture of our parent company, AssuredPartners. While this change means we have national resources available to us, we still operate locally offering the personal touch that you have come to expect and you will continue working with the account team you know and trust. We are committed to providing Power through Partnership. Learn more at AssuredPartners.com

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Data Drop: D&I Appetite, Mental Health Struggles and the Expanding Gig Economy | Houston Benefits Firm
Jun

30

2021

Data Drop: D&I Appetite, Mental Health Struggles and the Expanding Gig Economy | Houston Benefits Firm

There are certain issues that have taken center stage in the collective conscious when talking about the workplace, the future of work and how the current workforce is faring under the current conditions. Naturally, as those things enter the collective conscious, researchers find themselves asking what exactly holds true and what can we learn from it? As usual, my inbox is full of the latest…

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How to Improve Your Job Postings | Texas Employee Benefits Consultants
Dec

16

2020

How to Improve Your Job Postings | Texas Employee Benefits Consultants

A job posting is often the first impression a prospective job applicant has with your organization. It’s important for that impression to be an informative one. Your job postings should convey why someone would want to work for your company, what distinguishes your workplace from others, what’s exciting about your mission and vision, what you have to offer, and what the job is and requires….

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Employee Engagement in a Post-COVID Workplace | Houston Benefits Firm
Jul

28

2020

Employee Engagement in a Post-COVID Workplace | Houston Benefits Firm

“When people are financially invested, they want a return. When people are emotionally invested, they want to contribute.” – Simon Sinek The COVID-19 pandemic has taught us many things. First, it has taught us that empathy and kindness goes a long way. We’ve learned that as individuals, communities, and as a nation, that we can do hard things when we work together. Finally, this pandemic has…

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