The Hartford is proud to be ranked #15 on FlexJobs and Forbes' list of Best Remote Companies for Women. Gender inequality still persists in many workplaces and industries, and flexible work options, like the ability to work from home, can do a lot to foster more equality at work. See the full list:
At The Hartford, we continue to prove our commitment to workplace inclusion. We have just been named to the 2020 DBP Inclusion Index! #DBPInclusionIndex
We are proud to be ranked the #4 Best Employer for Women by Forbes, a significant jump from #53 in 2019. Our industry-leading, diversity and inclusion practices remain a critical part to our overall success as a company.
For the fourth year in a row, The Hartford scored 100% on the Disability Equality Index. The Hartford is honored to be named a Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion on the DEI and is committed to building an inclusive culture that supports and leverages the rich diversity of its workforce.
Returning to work after having a baby can be stressful for new mothers. When Priya Balasubramanian returned to her tech lead role at The Hartford after maternity leave, the transition was easier than she expected. Read her story here.
The Hartford Supports Employees with Mental Health Webinar | To support employees during these unprecedented times, The Hartford’s Black Insurance Professionals Network, in partnership with the Corporate Health & Wellness team, organized a webinar to discuss strategies on how to manage stress when working from home, while also promoting overall mental health.
The Hartford's Innovation team uses water intelligence technology to detect leaks in real-time. This technology keeps buildings safe from water damage and helps conserve water, supporting The Hartford's commitment to reduce water use by 15%.
The Hartford's Tech Team Enables our Remote Workforce | Prabu Pitchai is a Senior IT Engineer at The Hartford. He and others on The Hartford’s Tech team have met the unprecedented need to enable remote workspaces – including packaging and shipping over 3,000 routers so we can continue to serve customers.
This is an unprecedented time for everyone, but we are committed to maintaining our business operations and ensuring our best-in-class service continues without disruption. We are well prepared to respond to claims and inquiries whenever customers need us. Regardless of whether our teams are located in physical offices or working remotely, we are well equipped with the right talent, skills and technology to keep business running as usual.
The Hartford’s culture of integrity is driven by a strong ethics and compliance program, focusing on leadership accountability and ongoing education for employees. The Hartford is proud to be named one of the ‘World’s Most Ethical Companies’ for a 12th time by Ethisphere.