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Kairos Group Diversity And Inclusion FAQ

Read what Kairos Group employees think about diversity and inclusion at the company, and if their workforce is comprised and supportive of individuals of varying gender, ethnicity, age, sexual orientation, religion and other attributes.

Kairos Group has a diversity rating of 3.4.

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2 English questions out of 2

22 November 2021

Does there seem to be diversity at Kairos Group?

Pros

I’ve never worked with a more passionate team. There’s a drive and determination you just wish you could bottle. Sometimes mistakes get made but there’s a real sense of taking learnings and moving on which makes it a much more comfortable environment for innovation. Even though the agency is going through the growing pains of fast growth, it’s doing a really great job of being m balanced when it comes to its people and services. It’s clear the business is investing a lot into the teams and really emphasising the importance of team happiness and satisfaction. There are fantastic opportunities to learn watching the group. You’ll constantly be asked questions that you may not know the answers too but then guided to find the solution. If you enjoy being outside of the comfort zone when it comes to what you do/don’t know then Kairos is great.

Cons

The team is very busy a lot of the time, which is understandable based on how quickly our industry is growing. However it’s good to know is not accepted as a norm within the Group, it’s very clear the business puts a strong focus on work/life balance but I can see that it’s quite difficult to deliver against sometimes. The agency suffers from a lack of diversity, albeit being acknowledged and something the group is working towards changing. It’s regularly discussed and you can tell there’s clearly a passion about helping remedy this. Due to how busy the teams are there’s not a strong focus on training day to day, this has meant that sometimes people aren’t set up to deal with the challenges they face. Luckily the teams are incredibly supportive of each other, there’s definitely a “we’re in this together” mentality, which is great to know when it gets challenging.

Advice to Management

Continue to listen to and invest in your teams. Embrace the senior leaders coming into the group and know where to focus the energy at a time where everything seems like a priority. Continue to put emphasis on growth of resource, the teams need more support and it’s great to see the lengths you are going too to help them get it.

The agency suffers from a lack of diversity, albeit being acknowledged and something the group is working towards changing.

22 November 2021

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22 November 2021

How is race or ethnicity talked about at Kairos Group?

Pros

I’ve never worked with a more passionate team. There’s a drive and determination you just wish you could bottle. Sometimes mistakes get made but there’s a real sense of taking learnings and moving on which makes it a much more comfortable environment for innovation. Even though the agency is going through the growing pains of fast growth, it’s doing a really great job of being m balanced when it comes to its people and services. It’s clear the business is investing a lot into the teams and really emphasising the importance of team happiness and satisfaction. There are fantastic opportunities to learn watching the group. You’ll constantly be asked questions that you may not know the answers too but then guided to find the solution. If you enjoy being outside of the comfort zone when it comes to what you do/don’t know then Kairos is great.

Cons

The team is very busy a lot of the time, which is understandable based on how quickly our industry is growing. However it’s good to know is not accepted as a norm within the Group, it’s very clear the business puts a strong focus on work/life balance but I can see that it’s quite difficult to deliver against sometimes. The agency suffers from a lack of diversity, albeit being acknowledged and something the group is working towards changing. It’s regularly discussed and you can tell there’s clearly a passion about helping remedy this. Due to how busy the teams are there’s not a strong focus on training day to day, this has meant that sometimes people aren’t set up to deal with the challenges they face. Luckily the teams are incredibly supportive of each other, there’s definitely a “we’re in this together” mentality, which is great to know when it gets challenging.

Advice to Management

Continue to listen to and invest in your teams. Embrace the senior leaders coming into the group and know where to focus the energy at a time where everything seems like a priority. Continue to put emphasis on growth of resource, the teams need more support and it’s great to see the lengths you are going too to help them get it.

The agency suffers from a lack of diversity, albeit being acknowledged and something the group is working towards changing.

22 November 2021

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