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9 days ago

(Senior)/Regional Account Manager, Group Benefits

The Hartford Grand Rapids, MI

• Successful incumbents will be responsible for: • Responsible for managing a defined book of business consisting of Regional Account customers… The Hartford

30+ days ago

SIU Forensic Data Analyst

The Hartford United States

• Identify Patterns and Trends - Collect, collate, analyze, disseminate and evaluate data to discover developing patterns, trends and changes in… The Hartford

15 days ago

Sr Consultant Research

The Hartford Hartford, CT

of the Position: Based in Hartford, CT, The Hartford Financial Services Group is seeking a Senior Consultant of Applied Research, Claims to… The Hartford

13 days ago

Annuity Contact Center Service Specialist- Training starts March 30

The Hartford Windsor, CT

OF THE POSITION? Provide world class quality customer service to clients and brokers regarding Hartford Annuity contracts. Answer a high volume of… The Hartford

30+ days ago

Director, Campaign Lead, Integrated Marketing

The Hartford Hartford, CT

• Working with the lines-of-business to define the strategy for each campaign, articulate and ‘sell in’ the campaign concept and tactics. • Managing… The Hartford

30+ days ago

Solutions Architect - Enterprise Content Management

The Hartford Hartford, CT

The successful candidate will operate in a highly collaborative work environment, and will be responsible for the creation and documentation of a… The Hartford

6 days ago

Nurse Case Manager

The Hartford Phoenix, AZ +2 locations

Throughout its history, the company has delivered on its promises to agents, brokers and customers, insuring some of the nation’s most historic… The Hartford

30+ days ago

Regional Account Executive, Group Benefits

The Hartford Los Angeles, CA

• Responsible for the sales and retention goals for regional account market (51 to 4,999 employee lives) within the assigned the Greater Los Angeles… The Hartford

30+ days ago

Sr. Loss Control Consultant

The Hartford San Francisco, CA

This will be a remote position where the candidate will work from their home and service clients with the surrounding territories. This position will… The Hartford

30+ days ago

Long Term Disability Claims Ability Analyst - Rancho Cordova, CA

The Hartford Rancho Cordova, CA

? Claim File Management • Role is responsible for planning, recommending, executing the investigation and disposition of claims with… The Hartford

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    Do not work here!!!!

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    Former Employee - Licensed Sales Agent in Allentown, PA (US)
    Former Employee - Licensed Sales Agent in Allentown, PA (US)

    I worked at The Hartford full-time (more than 3 years)


    Competitive salary, excellent 401k program will match up to 6% of employee contribution, generous paid time off.


    Fast-paced high pressure job. I was constantly getting sick working here. If you take too many sick days they will write you up. Not much work/life balance with working 10-7 and weekends. You have to stay in "ready mode" on your phone until the minute your shift ends. If you have an incoming call at 6:59, too bad. You could be stuck working another 1/2 hour to an hour later than when your shift should have ended. The first 2 years I worked in Customer Service for the auto and home department. I was constantly being yelled at my the customers all day long. As soon as 1 call ends they expect you to immediately take the next call. They basically want emotionless robots to do this job, not humans. After being burned out from 2 years of taking 60 + phone calls per day I switched to the sales department where they have impossible metrics to meet. After working in sales for a year many employees either quit or were fired. Since I was having to take a lot more phone calls but not meeting their sales expectations I was forced out with a severance package. At that point I welcomed it since I was on the verge of a nervous breakdown. Management favors certain employees and targets others. They actually would rather hire new employees at a lower salary than keep on the long term employees that have experience.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Work with your employees to help them instead of forcing them out of their jobs.

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