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Guardian Life Insurance

At Guardian, we know that promises matter. We’ve been keeping ours for over 150 years. We’ve maintained our financial strength for more than a century and a half, despite the countless ups and downs of the economy, so we can meet our future obligations to the people and businesses that put their trust in us. See how our strength, vision, and values make Guardian a company you can rely on.
Our Values

Who says values are old fashioned?
Strong principles form the foundation of our approach to doing business. So while we're constantly innovating —putting new technology to work and creating timely financial products—our values have remained constant for more than a century and a half.

We do the right thing
There's no right way to a do a wrong thing. That's been our philosophy since day one. It's a simple, yet profound principle, and it makes all the difference in how we do business.

People count
People are at the heart of everything we do. Individuals, families and business owners put their trust in us to protect the people who matter to them. And we make it a point never to forget that.

We hold ourselves to very high standards
The people who put their trust in us expect a lot from us. We try to exceed every expectation by performing to the highest standards to make sure we live up to that trust.


As one of the largest mutual insurance companies—operating for more than 150 years in the U.S.—Guardian possesses many attributes which makes us a particularly viable employer for you to consider during your career search.

Guardian is a thriving enterprise which enjoys ongoing growth, as is evident by our exemplary ratings from four major credit rating organizations— A.M. Best, Standard & Poor’s, Moody’s, and Fitch.* Even during a recession, Guardian was the only major life insurance company upgraded by two ratings agencies in 2008.

As a mutual company, Guardian operates solely for the benefit of its participating life policyholders, who share in the company's performance through the payment of annual dividends.1 Unlike stock-based companies, there are no outside stockholders to share in the profits, so Guardian is not subject to the short-term demands of Wall Street.

Guardian Life Insurance 7 Hanover Square, New York, NY 10004, 1-888-600-4667