The Hartford has been named to Seramount’s Best Companies for Multicultural Women list for their commitment to the recruitment, retention, and advancement of multicultural women
The Hartford has been named one of America's Best Large Employers by Forbes. Learn more about what it's like to be part of our team.
IDG’s CIO has named The Hartford as a 2021 CIO 100 award winner. For more than 30 years, the C10 100 awards have recognized innovative organizations around the world that exemplify the highest level of strategic and operational excellence in IT.
In February, employees of The Hartford's Black Insurance Professionals Network, one of the company's nine employee resource groups, will donate to the Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) Foundation as part of its celebration of Black History Month. The foundation aims to provide scholarships and career opportunities to students attending HBCUs.
"We're recognizing Juneteenth as a holiday because The Hartford believes that each of us – from every race, culture and background – should celebrate American freedom, together," said The Hartford's Chief Diversity & Inclusion Officer Susan Johnson.
The Hartford Named No. 1 Insurer On America's Most 'JUST' Companies List. The Hartford is the highest ranked insurance company in the #JUST100 by @Forbes and Just Capital. We are honored to be featured for our commitment to building a more just, inclusive, and sustainable economy.
The Hartford is honored to have been named as one of the Best Companies for Women and one of the Best Companies Where CEOs Support Gender Diversity for 2020 by Fairygodboss, the largest career community for women. #BestCompanies2020
For the seventh consecutive year, the National Business Group on Health has honored The Hartford with their Platinum award for having one of the nation's best workforce well-being programs. The awards recognizes programs with an innovative, holistic approach to well-being, encompassing emotional, financial, social, and community well-being.
The unprecedented actions required when COVID-19 began its dramatic spread throughout the country prove that there’s nothing like a crisis to reveal strength in leadership. Two of The Hartford’s technology leaders, Julie Reed and Jocelyn DeMaio, share what they learned as they guided their teams through new challenges, and how they continue to inspire excellence from their teams through encouragement, empathy and flexibility.