With the highest median income of any large American metropolitan area for recent graduates, Hartford is becoming a booming location for individuals entering the workforce.
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Sometimes a simple thank you for your service is not enough. For more than a decade, Travelers has participated in a program that shows gratitude to veterans in a unique way.
Travelers has again been recognized as a 2020 Military Friendly Company. Learn more about why we continue to receive the distinction.
Are you facing a new job in a new city after your graduation? We are here to remind you that change is good. Review the 13 steps that can make your big change go from good to great.
Making the transition from student to employee requires a few mindset shifts. The good news is you can learn from others. Keep these lessons in mind as you embark on your life after graduation.
Travelers is using technology to help customers facing property loss and damage due to wildfires and was recognized for the unique approach by Gartner in 2019.
Travelers Chief Technology and Operations Officer, Mojgan Lefebvre sums up her role in the evolution of innovation at Travelers.
Career fairs can be somewhat overwhelming. From ensuring that your resume is up-to-date to perfecting your elevator pitch, there are many details to consider. However, jobseekers must remember, employers are also there to promote their best selves. The pressure is certainly not one-sided. When it comes to preparing, members of our University Relations recruitment team – Janixia Reyes, Alicia Hitchcock, and Jamie Roshka – shared three essential tips to consider.
We are so excited to announce that Travelers has been named 2019 Employer of the Year by Lifeworks for our disability hiring initiatives! Lifeworks, a Minnesota not-for-profit that supports individuals with disabilities, selected Travelers from about 400 companies that currently partner with the organization. Travelers’ partnership with Lifeworks extends back several years, beginning with the Business Insurance Document Management team, where both parties worked together to provide employment opportunities for candidates with disabilities.
“It’s a wonderful opportunity to make a real difference in a young woman’s life,” reflects Lorie Darrow, Business Insurance and Women in Actuarial and Analytics (WIAA) member. Through WIAA and the Travelers Women’s Diversity Network, Lorie and about a dozen other members from the two groups mentor students at Grace Academy, an independent and tuition-free middle school for girls from underserved families in Hartford, Connecticut. Each week, they spend their lunch hour with the seventh- and eighth-graders, providing social and emotional support. They also help them prepare for high school, college and professional life by sharing personal experiences and engaging in activities.