Since 1994, Hays Companies has become one of the fastest growing privately held brokerage firms in the United States. Our culture is entrepreneurial and our process is client-centered. We have fun working hard for our clients’ success. If you like to work that way, there may be a position for you here. Hays is always looking for talented people to join our team!
Our current job postings and online application process can be found here.
Hays Companies is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
- Licensing Administrator
- Director, International Employee Benefits
- Senior Client Service Representative
- Client Administrator
- Financial Analyst-Group Benefits
- All positions are currently filled, but we’re growing! Check for new job opportunities in your area soon.
The Fair Credit Reporting Act requires that we inform you that a background investigation may be conducted as part of our screening and hiring process. This may include an inquiry to obtain information regarding your character, employment history, general reputation, personal characteristics, police record, education, qualifications, motor vehicle record, mode of living and/or credit and indebtedness. An authorization form permitting the background check will more specifically detail the process and will be provided to you in the event that Hays Companies decides to proceed with the employment application process. If that occurs, a consumer report and/or an investigative consumer report may be obtained at any time during the application process or during your employment with the company.
Upon timely written request to our Human Resources department, and within 5 days of the request, the name, address and phone number of the reporting agency and the nature and scope of the report (if one is made) will be provided to you. You will have the right to request details of the report from the consumer reporting agency. In addition, before any adverse action is taken, based in whole or in part on the information contained in the consumer report, you will be provided a copy of the report, the name, address and telephone number of the reporting agency, a summary of your rights under the Fair Credit Reporting Act, as well as additional information on your rights under the law.