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Parker, Smith & Feek Awarded Top Performer in IIABA’s 2020 Best Practices Study

Parker, Smith & Feek has been awarded a Best Practices Top Performer in the Independent Insurance Agents & Brokers of America (IIABA or the Big “I”) Best Practices Study Group. We have not only retained our Best Practices status for the 15th year, but we have also earned the additional designation as the highest performing agency in our revenue category.

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Ryan Roberts Appointed To PS&F Board

Congratulations to Principal, Vice President, and Account Executive Ryan Roberts on being appointed to the Parker, Smith & Feek Board of Directors. The Board, which guides the strategic direction of our firm, is comprised of Principals who are elected by their fellow shareholders. Ryan joined Parker, Smith & Feek in 2014 and leads our Healthcare […]

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Employee Spotlight: Currie Baker

Learn more about Parker, Smith & Feek Private Client Group Manager Currie Baker in our Employee Spotlight.

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Employee Spotlight: Morgan Marlow

Parker, Smith & Feek Client Experience Manager Morgan Marlow is passionate about insurance, puzzles, and Star Trek. Learn more about her journey from the family farm to her career in insurance in our Employee Spotlight.

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The Latest from Parker, Smith & Feek

Parker, Smith & Feek is proud to announce six new Principals of the firm: Agency Operations Manager Sherisa Crevier, Benefits Account Executive Joan Flood, Commercial Account Executive Marie Gallanar, Chief Financial Officer Chad Kincaid, Commercial Account Executive Angela Samarel, and Communications Director Melissa Willhite.

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2020 New Employees

Give a warm welcome to Parker, Smith & Feek’s newest employees in 2020! We are excited to share our 23 team members who joined us between January and April.

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Employee Spotlight: Morgan Matz

Parker, Smith & Feek Benefits Account Executive Morgan Matz is an avid traveler, who has run with the bulls in Pamplona and tasted fine wines in Tuscany. Learn about her transition from healthcare to employee benefits in our Employee Spotlight.

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Employee Spotlight: Tim DeWolf

Account Executive Tim DeWolf is an outdoors enthusiast with a passion for designing strategic employee benefit programs. Read more about his journey to working in benefits in our latest Employee Spotlight.

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Coordinating Coverages

When overlaps exist between policies, it is important to coordinate coverage and select a primary policy.

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Workforce Analytics Part 5: Ongoing Evaluations

Workforce Analytics Part 5: Ongoing Evaluations

After completing an initial evaluation about your workforce’s data, it will be easy to reevaluate each year to see how your employee population is growing and changing.

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Workforce Analytics Part 4: Communicating Decisions

After using demographic data to make informed decisions on your organization’s benefit programs, the next step is to communicate these to your employees in a meaningful way. Parker, Smith & Feek Account Executive @Disa Davis shares what you should consider when selecting the best communication method in part four of her five-part series on workforce analytics.

Once you have used your demographic data to make informed decisions on your programs, you need to communicate these to your employees in a meaningful way.

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Workforce Analytics Part 3: Analyzing Your Data

With workforce analytics, a consultant can break down employee data for important benefit coverage decisions and help you understand what programs will be most meaningful. Parker, Smith & Feek Account Executive Disa Davis discusses the details in part three of her five-part series.

Analyzing a full spreadsheet of workforce data can be an overwhelming task. An experienced consultant can help you break down the data into groups that can enable you make important coverage decisions and understand what programs will be most meaningful.

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