With more than 200 years of expertise, The Hartford (NYSE: HIG) is a leader in property and casualty insurance, group benefits and mutual funds. The Hartford sells its products primarily through a network of independent agents and brokers, and has been the direct auto and home insurance writer for AARP’s 38 million members for more than 25 years. The Hartford helps its customers prepare for the unexpected, protect what’s...
The Hartford spirit is collaborative, collegial, and community oriented because our culture is rooted in shared values. Our employees live the values of integrity, teamwork, customer focus, financial discipline, diversity/inclusion, and winning spirit.
In addition, we encourage our employees to be creative and innovative while they work together to deliver real value by allowing us to keep our promises to our customers, help preserve the environment, and aid in improving the communities in which we live and work.
At The Hartford, we recognize your uniqueness and understand it will only add to the richness of our company. We welcome and respect your differences for what they are because they make you who you are. Ultimately, we believe our employees are the hearts and faces of our company and treat them as such.
You can be the face of The Hartford, even when that face is just a voice, and that’s the difference. Be the difference and click the link below to explore current job opportunities at The Hartford!
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