- Current Employee★★★★★
Great company!Aug 12, 2022 - Claims AdjusterRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Good pay, great staff and supervisors. Everyone is understanding and supportive.
Nothing. The company is awesome to work for!
Other Employee Reviews
- Current Employee, more than 3 years★★★★★
Great CultureMar 23, 2023 - ArchitectRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Company cares about their people, and good culture.
PTO is lacking. 19 days to start.
- Current Employee★★★★★
Was great until sudden hybridFeb 2, 2023 - Team LeaderRecommendCEO ApprovalBusiness Outlook
Lots of opportunities to develop and grow. Benefits are of good quality. Work/life balance
Lack of communication, planning, execution. IT is so poorly staffed and overwhelmed, nothing gets addressed. Requests can linger for years. CEO decided seemingly very suddenly that any employee within a certain radius, regardless of their current remote work situation must come into the office at least 2 days a week. Even if said employee was originally hired as a remote employee, previously sent home fully remote pre Covid, or had a previously approved full remote standing with company. “No exceptions.” I can understand the desire to have more of a presence, but forcing people who live on fixed incomes, have acquired a work life balance with children, family or otherwise to start coming in at the drop of a hat is horribly inefficient, and it will cause a lot of valuable employees to seek outside opportunities. Time and money spent on childcare, commuting, car care/wear etc. is not worth losing productivity. Wfh employees put in more time and better production because they’re happy and feel valued/appreciated. I suggest they provide incentives to current or potential hybrid or in office employees (commuting/care care bonus, childcare stipend, higher overall salary).Continue reading
Thank you for your feedback. The Hartford is committed to cultivating an environment and culture where all employees feel valued and respected. Sustaining our unique workplace culture is fundamental to our Place of Purpose hybrid work model, which was built to align business performance, collaboration and the flexibility employees value. In true agile fashion, we are continuously testing, learning and adjusting our use of hybrid, office and remote roles. For many employees in various roles across the organization, in-person interaction is key to delivering these benefits and preserving our differentiated culture. We are proud of the ways we engage in two-way dialogue with our employees to discuss feedback and hope you will engage with your manager to address your specific feedback directly.
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