Sue Rickard shares her best career advice to young women in technology.
Beth Mercier shares her advice with other women in tech.
Mariah Burgess, a recent college graduate, discovered her professional niche through The Hartford’s early career development programs.
Diana Capaccio, a customer service representative for The Hartford’s AARP division, cares about the people she meets on the phone every day and does everything she can to help.
When Kathleen Galia graduated from Villanova University with a Bachelor of Science in nursing, she never imagined working for an insurance company.
Confronting a traumatic brain or spinal cord injury is not for the faint-hearted. But for The Hartford employee Jodi Loud, it's a full-time job.
What began as a typical morning and a normal sales call turned suddenly urgent for Mike Madsen, a senior sales consultant for The Hartford.
At age 8, Betsy McClain used instructions she learned from The Hartford's Junior Fire Marshal® program to save her brother when his jeans caught fire. And 30-plus years ago she took a job with The Hartford.
Improving the lives of people in need is important to Andres Pelaez. That's why he helped create a job program at The Hartford for the visually impaired.