If you ask a five-year-old what they want to be when they grow up, the answers are usually exciting and mythic (a fireman! A ballerina! A dragon!). Rarely, do they reference the business world, and even less frequently the answer is “insurance broker.” The same could be said of college students – desired majors are often stated as communications, accounting, or engineering. While these majors are closer to the careers we will ultimately come to hold, insurance as a major still doesn’t usually make the list.
A new bill hailed as the most comprehensive workers’ compensation legislation in the last twenty years was recently signed into law in Minnesota. Following both houses’ unanimous approval, Governor Mark Dayton also gave the bill his signature on May 20th.
Hays Companies is pleased to announce that our Minneapolis office, which is also the location of our corporate Headquarters, was named the largest insurance brokerage in the Minneapolis/St. Paul metro area (also known as the Twin Cities) by the Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal.
Hays Companies was named one of the Top 25 Property/Casualty Agencies in the United States by the Insurance Journal, a leading industry publication for the Property/Casualty arena. The list is based on total revenue for 2017 and is comprised of agencies focused on retail policies.
Hays Companies is pleased to announce that they were recently named as the 22nd largest insurance broker in the United States by Business Insurance Magazine. This is the 25th year of consecutive revenue growth for Hays Companies.
For almost a decade, Hays Companies has built a strong partnership with Habitat for Humanity to combat homelessness and provide affordable housing for families within the communities where we work and live.
Hays Companies is pleased to announce that we were recently named the 16th largest Benefits Broker in the large-group market by Employee Benefit Adviser in 2017!
Frank Bacon has been named as a National Pharmacy Consultant within Hays Companies. The Pharmacy Practice serves employee benefits clients to better manage the effective delivery of prescription benefits while maximizing cost efficiencies within organizations.
The art of risk assessment requires more than just knowledge — it also requires creativity and imagination to successfully anticipate, recognize, assess and treat potential risks.