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7 days ago

Learning & Development Director, Enterprise Services

The Hartford Windsor, CT

Provide strategic and tactical leadership to support achievement of Consumer Markets business goals through human performance improvement programs… The Hartford

10 days ago

Sr UW/ UW Ctr Renewal Key Act

The Hartford Clinton, NY

The Express Team is a fast paced underwriting team that manages over 26,000 Middle Market renewal policies and provides various critical services for… The Hartford

24 days ago

AD & Sr Actuarial Consultant - Employer Group Specialty Pricing

The Hartford Simsbury, CT

of the Position GBD helps millions of everyday Americans ensure that when accidents and illnesses happen, their families don't also have to deal… The Hartford

11 days ago

Sales Insurance Advisor

The Hartford Oklahoma City, OK

At this event, you will have the opportunity to learn about The Hartford’s careers & benefits, speak to the hiring team. The Hartford… The Hartford

6 days ago

Senior Sales Center Representative

The Hartford Clinton, NY

OF THE POSITION? This multi-segment (Personal Lines and Small Commercial) role is part of the Hartford's Partner Agency Sales Center designed to… The Hartford

13 days ago

Director, Social Enablement

The Hartford Hartford, CT

The Director, Social Enablement (Director), creates value-added recommendations for a mature, scalable approach to social media across the… The Hartford

20 days ago

Associate Claim Representative - Western Workers' Compensation Claim Center - Ra

The Hartford Rancho Cordova, CA

OF THE POSITION? The Associate Claim Representative position is and entry level role, responsible for assisting the claim representatives with… The Hartford

11 days ago

Senior Legal Assistant - Complex Litigation

The Hartford Santa Ana, CA

OF THE POSITION? We are recruiting for an anticipated opening for Senior Legal Litigation Assistant. We are a staff counsel for an insurance… The Hartford

10 days ago

Billing Representative - Windsor, CT

The Hartford Windsor, CT

OF THE POSITION? · Working Hours: Monday thru Friday 11:30AM ET - 8:00PM ET · Training Hours: Monday thru Friday 7:30AM - 4:00PM ET for 8 weeks… The Hartford

12 days ago

Senior Staff Attorney - Houston, TX

The Hartford Houston, TX

FOR THE POSITION? The Hartford currently has an in-house opportunity for a Senior Staff Attorney – Tort and General Liability in the Houston, TX… The Hartford

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    It's a job, a paycheck and there are some decent benefits.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  New Hartford, NY (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in New Hartford, NY (US)

    I have been working at The Hartford full-time for more than 8 years


    Work/life balance is decent. As long as there are enough people to handle the workload, time off is not usually denied. Lateral moves are abundant, especially if you are interested in being a customer care representative. Casual dress is offered frequently, usually as a "reward" for departmental goals being met. We have a new CEO - as with any change in management, this could possibly be a positive thing. All of upper management is currently being re-aligned/re-assigned at this time.


    Most of the people are snobs, unable or unwilling to admit when they make an error, but very quick to point out any you make. Gossip seems to be more important than working, and favoritism is rampant. As long as you are willing to kiss up to your manager, you are golden. God forbid you have an opinion that runs against the norm. Training is deplorable - there are no longer any specific trainers, it is all in-house now. There are very few established procedures, and none of them are controlled in a standardized manner. Anyone can access and revise them. As long as the person training you is willing to share all information, tips, shortcuts, etc then you are set. If they are not, then you could struggle for weeks or months trying to grasp the fundamentals of the line of business, all the while trying to meet the endless "goals" set by your manager. "Coaching" is a joke and while some managers tend to micromanage their workers, others can be so laid back that they may as well not be there at all. Promotions are non-existent for the average worker - they are reserved for the executive levels. More and more work is being shipped to India in off-shore projects. Even the IT troubleshooting has been sent offshore. It can take weeks to get needed applications set up to complete training goals or provide workers with the desktop applications needed to do their jobs.

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