The home and auto policy area of Hartford Financial Services is incompetent and disorganized and most certainly make intentional mistakes so they can cancel or overcharge customers. Very very poor management and unethical, Put pressure to finish assignments with little warning of time of job completion. Tech leads do poor planning in projects. System for testing often doesn't work and difficult to test changes in programs. Employees don't trust management as often dishonest. Very poor training and often training not available. Not up on latest technology and doesn't want to spend any money to upgrade systems. They especially try to cheat senior citizens and AARP should be ashamed of themselves for doing business with such an unethical company. They have many Indian onshore and offshore employees who they employ instead of American citizens who are way subpar but you get what you pay for. They purchased or more accurately bribed "most ethical" award from ETHISPHERE.
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The Hartford put sensors in the chairs in some facilities.
I liked working at The Hartford. I was laid off and moved on, nonetheless I liked working there.