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10 days ago

Desktop Support Specialist

The Hartford Oklahoma City, OK

• The Onsite Technician may serve as the first point of contact for individuals requiring technical support on hardware and software utilized by the… The Hartford

13 days ago

Insurance Advisor, OKC

The Hartford Oklahoma City, OK

BUILD STRONG PARTNERSHIPS – Demonstrate integrity and build trust with others… The Hartford

24 days ago

Agency Customer Service Representative, OKC - Paid Training Starts February 23,

The Hartford Oklahoma City, OK

OF THE POSITION? Our Agency Customer Service team is responsible for building on The Hartford’s 200 year history of providing outstanding service to… The Hartford

10 days ago

Insurance Sales Advisor, OKC. No Cold Calling! ***

The Hartford Oklahoma City, OK

STRIVE FOR EXCELLENCE – Motivate yourself and others to achieve high standards and continuously improve. ABOUT THIS… The Hartford

10 days ago

Customer Service Representative, OKC****

The Hartford Oklahoma City, OK

The Hartford, named one of the “World’s Most Ethical Companies” by the Ethisphere Institute, is looking for exceptional customer-focused talent to… The Hartford

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42 Ratings

    Unfortunate Shift in Corporate Priorities

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    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Front Line Manager in Oklahoma City, OK
    Former Employee - Front Line Manager in Oklahoma City, OK

    I worked at The Hartford full-time (more than 10 years)


    Above average pay; generous benefit package; abundance of advancement opportunities if the candidate is mobile; many lateral opportunities for front line employees within call centers


    Company has shifted corporate values from focusing on employee engagement and skill building to reducing costs by requiring more and more from front line employees and cutting (employment termination) the bottom 10 - 15% of front line employees. There is no culture of fun or engagement in the call centers resulting in more turn over and overall negative culture in the call centers.

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    The key to obtaining and retaining employees is focusing on employee engagement. Reducing costs by lowering call handling time is a short-lived strategy. Better tools and more efficient processes will permanently reduce costs.

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