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  • The Wall Street Journal
    August 8, 2019

    In this article, The Hartford's Chairman and CEO Christopher Swift discusses the company's expanded strategy of using big data and AI software to comb through its workers’ comp data, helping identify overprescribing doctors to reduce opioid abuse. 

  • Queens Chronicle
    June 20, 2019

    More than 200 students at PS 19 in Corona were deputized as part of The Hartford’s Junior Fire Marshals program last Friday, during an event, which also featured the Mets’ J.D. Davis and popular mascot Mr. Met.

  • NBC Connecticut
    June 20, 2019

    For the sixth year, The Hartford and Aetna collaborated to provide free, round-trip shuttle service from the Asylum Hill neighborhood to the summer Farmers’ Market at Billings Forge in Frog Hollow.

  • NBC Los Angeles
    June 18, 2019

    When it comes to athletics, and the spirit of spirited competition, a lot of talk can surround the topic of inclusivity, and whether or not particular events truly live what that means. Angel City Games, which is marking its first half-decade anniversary in 2019, is a standard-bearer for this important ideal. The "inclusive competition," which is presented by The Hartford, includes a host of events, over four days, that are "... open to athletes of all skill levels who have

  • Insurance Journal
    May 31, 2019

    The Hartford has partnered with Mimecast, an email and data security company, to offer Mimecast Awareness Training services designed to help customers reduce the risk of a cybersecurity incident before it occurs. 

  • Hartford Courant
    May 28, 2019

    The apprenticeship partnership between Capital Community College and The Hartford is in its third year. The Hartford’s Claims Apprentice Program combines paid on-the-job training, classroom work and tuition assistance made available from various sources, including federal money. John Kinney, chief claims officer at The Hartford, said apprenticeships “bring a more diverse talent to our workplace.” The insurer’s claims operations employ 7,000 employees nationally.

  • FOX Business
    May 10, 2019

    On Mornings With Maria on May 10, our Chairman and CEO Christopher Swift and Shatterproof CEO Gary Mendell encouraged employers to help end stigma around addiction, provide education about opioids, and take action on the opioid crisis.

  • Hartford Business Journal
    April 29, 2019

    Property and casualty insurer The Hartford is set to debut its new small business shop this week in its downtown headquarters. The company says it will unveil the new HartMob shop, which is an existing program connecting employees with the customers The Hartford insures, on Friday in the lobby of its tower building at One Hartford Plaza.

  • HRDive.com
    April 23, 2019

    When John Kinney, The Hartford's chief claims officer, recalibrated his staffing goals five years ago, he wanted his workers to represent the customer base they serve. Working closely with the human resources and learning and development departments, The Hartford created an apprenticeship program in Connecticut, the success of which has allowed the company to install several more of the programs around the country.

  • Houston Chronicle
    April 23, 2019

    The Astros' George Springer made an appearance at Houston ISD's Law Elementary School on Tuesday morning for a hands-on fire safety day. Springer was on hand as the Houston Fire Department partnered with The Hartford to raise awareness about the importance of fire safety. More than 200 students were deputized as Junior Fire Marshals and received instruction on what to do if they experience a fire.