{ "media_type": "text", "post_content": "Hi there! I am currently a senior compliance analyst for a large insurance organization. I have worked in my company, climbing the ladder for 6/7 years now from entry level data entry to my currently non-manager senior analyst role in regulatory compliance (5+ of those specifically in Compliance. I have a hybrid schedule (3 days in office, 2 days WFH). My issue is.. my husband and I want to move our family to a rural area to be closer to family.. *continued in comments.*", "post_id": "62c4cf7c78ecdd0024491d85", "reply_count": 6, "vote_count": 2, "bowl_id": "56fd40e29238700e00b5ee4a", "bowl_name": "Insurance", "feed_type": "crowd" }

Hi there! I am currently a senior compliance analyst for a large insurance organization. I have worked in my company, climbing the ladder for 6/7 years now from entry level data entry to my currently non-manager senior analyst role in regulatory compliance (5+ of those specifically in Compliance. I have a hybrid schedule (3 days in office, 2 days WFH). My issue is.. my husband and I want to move our family to a rural area to be closer to family.. *continued in comments.*

like
Posting as :
works at
You are currently posting as works at

Continued: I love my compliance role but the fully remote positions in my organization are in IT fields and I know for certain I do not want to leave my current company because I love it. I actually love my job too and will have a hard time leaving it but remote work will never be allowed in this team. I have my analyst background and I’m trying to figure out how to leverage that to transition to a business analyst or product manager role in that IT setting. Any tips? Anyone made that career shift within the insurance industry?

If there’s an BA role in your current organization, you can easily make the pivot into BA. For the PM role, unless you have managed projects and worked in IT in a previous job, I don’t think you can transition into PM easily. Feel free to DM. I’ve done this transition before so I can speak from experience.

I don't know if it's worth it to go into tech just to be remote. There are tons of roles that are fully remote that require your expertise. I would more so look for ways to upskill what you currently have and maybe leverage some tech certs to help boost your resume within the tech industry

Have you tried exploring other companies that are insurance but offer full time remote positions? Companies like Principal Financial Group are much more remote friendly post COVID. Getting into the IT space simply because it’s full time remote would be a total gamble in the best possible case scenario.

Spend some more time considering this, network with some folks in that area, send a message to colleagues and mentors to get their input. Perhaps schedule a meeting with some folks in that space and talk to them. Time and time again, I’ve learned that the duties listed in an official job description are just a fraction of what you’re actually expected to do. As nice as full time remote is, it is completely pointless if your job makes you miserable. And if your work makes you unhappy, I promise you that’s going to trickle down on your relationships with your husband and family.

I’d speak with your manager directly about the desire to work remotely. If you have a trusting relationship with your leader, the conversation should be easy. What’s the reason behind not being able to be remote? Perhaps you can commute 1-2 days per week instead of 3? If your manager values you, they should consider this. Much more expensive to try and replace you!

I have had several convos with my manager. The decisions is simply not theirs. It is decided on an executive level and no one in our department is allowed fully remote work.

Related Posts

How soon is too soon to reapply for a position I wasn’t selected for? I only spoke to a recruiter, but I feel like my resume could’ve been a little more tailored to the job and that I should try again.

like

Any United Capital advisors in here? how has it been under GS? any movement up to the PWM segment (ie $10mm+) or is it still really divided?

I’m 25 in a senior advisor role with a book of ~$30mm currently. thinking about moving to a 2 year RM training role but wondering about upside after that. I currently make $90k base with 25% rev first year and 15% after, I’d like to just make as much money as possible but don’t know whether to stay or go

like

Would you like to spend more time with your kids? How about creating your own schedule? How would you like to work from home full-time? While many companies are either returning to the office full-time or part-time, with my company we will continue to work from home full-time.

Most individuals are not satisfied with their income level (especially after paying taxes, personal expenses, etc.) and wish they can find a way to make additional income to put toward their dream projects.

like

Any advice for a veteran with 6 years of Digital Forensics and Malware experience. I’m having a really hard time finding a new position.

I recently got a verbal offer from Salesforce for a senior architect role (level 8) in Toronto location. Base 200 CAD + 15% bonus + 94K RSU. Any suggestion if this is a good offer? I am not sure what are the salary ranges in Salesforce in general and in Canada, so would appreciate if someone in Salesforce in a similar role can opine.

like

Pivoted careers and spiteful people in my new job keep telling me I’m underqualified and shouldn’t be here and that I was a bad hiring decision. Tips to stop this from feeding my imposter syndrome? I do think there’s a learning curve and I’m not fooling myself - I know nothing beats experience. But I’m willing to work hard and learn and not arrogant. Maybe the general practice wouldn’t be to hire someone with my lack of experience for this position, but I’m here and not going anywhere, so!

likeupliftinghelpful

Thinking of switching to healthcare HR. What is the general experience in terms of salary, workload, environment, etc.?

like

Sorry to post this in Hindi but ye naye logo ne bohot rayta failaya hua hai bowl me. Thoda research karlo yar. TR kya hai, kyu hai. Koi pehli bar nai ho raha mid year TR. It doesn't mean sabko layoff ya pip pe rakhne wale hai. Although interviews are going slow or freezed, Deloitte has strong position in this economy and there is nothing to worry about.

like

1.5 years out of MBA and make $190k at MBB. Would I exit to L6 or L7 at Amazon in a non-technical program manager role? From Glassdoor/Linked in it seems like L6 total comp is lower than what I make now. Is that true?

like

What the heck can I do with an economics undergraduate degree? Remote work? Types of companies (to move to the US)?
Thanks

like

Anyone from Facebook (Meta) can help me with a referral? Please. 😊

like

I have my Masters in HR and my PHR but I don't think HR is for me, or I may not have the confidence for this role. I want to quit my job and live off my savings which can hold me over about 6 months, but then what??

like

Hi,I'm a Finance professional having good exp. into Record to Report, Month end close,Interco Reconciliation, Variance analysis, Financial reporting, Journal entries, Accounts Payable and receivable process. Currently looking for remote opportunities. Holding Canadian PR. Please like my post to get the DM feature enabled.
With regards
Preeti Aggarwal

like

I’m looking to re-recruit into consulting (interviewed with McKinsey, BCG and final rounds for Bain during my undergrad) after a year out of undergrad. I recently received a BCG interview and I’ve been meaning to apply to McKinsey too. Would anyone be open to taking a look at my background and submitting a referral for me?

like

Just doing a bit of intake but wanted to see how old you were when you took on your first executive role? I was 36 (now 42) and I was Director of Marketing.

like

I see many cloud openings on LinkedIn in LTi,
How is the DevOps and cloud opportunity in LTi?

like

Question for Junior Associates, particularly from smaller firms (2-10 lawyers), Outer Suburbia office-Initial Compensation for a 2nd year associate in Family Law/ID - $80,000 salary, retirement benefit of 10% gross income paid by Firm, 75% of health (dental & vision too) insurance premium covered, bar dues, CLEs and Malpractice Insurance covered. Additional bonuses discretionary, 1250 billable hours expected - Fair or not? If not (again a firm 2-10 lawyers), why not? (DC/Baltimore Suburbs)

likehelpful

Need a referral for Deloitte.
I have the job id.
Job requisition ID - 48054
Deloitte

like

Tata Consultancy I am looking to change my job and haven't gave any interview for more than 5 years.

I need guidance on interview preparation and any skill set lacking:
Current organization - TCS BPS
Current role - Team leader retail banking term loan operations
YOE - 11
Current skills - Leadership, People Management,MIS SME for term loan product operations, MS excel basics, UAT enhancement testing, QA coordinator for internal and external audits, Bank reconciliation, Loanaccount liquidation

like

Hi FB Fam,

Looking for referral in healthcare/provider operations consulting positions. Experienced in working with academic and community medical centers on a variety of strategy projects. Thank you

like

Additional Posts in Insurance

Anyone uses Uniqlo Blocktech products? Are they any good? I'm looking for the men hooded coat. Price is so cheap compared to the well known outdoor brands.

like

Anyone know if Accenture offers any banking services to their employees? I.e. preferential rates at certain banks?

How do y'all eat healthy while onsite? Most Asian food on the road is very unhealthy

like

Anyone use IBKR for trading heard they have super lower margin rates, but charge various other fees?

like

Is hike dependent on CTC or just 5% uniform for all?

like

If you could change one thing about PA, what would it be?

like

I have some is immersive experience book work. I have some traditional agency copywriting. Should I scrap IX work from my book? I keep getting calls about UX jobs. Does National Geographic matter?

like

My manager has not set goals for me
Nothing has been done.
I joined in feb
Would this stop me from getting an increment?

like
like

*HIRING for US based MNC*
Note: Immediate joiners only

1. Big Data Leads [7 - 10 years]
2. Big Data Developer [2 - 7 years]
3. Technical Architects [10 - 15 years]

Locations: #noida #gurgaon #indore #bangalore #pune #hyderabad

Interested folks can ping me with below details: 1. Current location
2. Preferred location
3. Total experience (in months)
4. Primary skills
5. Secondary skills

like

Has anyone participated in a PD or series of PDs on issues dealing with race and equity that led to meaningful changes? Would love to learn more about them.

like
like

Hey former grad students, how long did it take for you to mentally recover?

like

Ladies how many pairs of pants do you have for work? And what colors? Trying to sort out my RTO wardrobe 😞

like

I have been offered a designation of 'Senior Associate Consultant'. Is it equivalent to Technology Analyst?

What’s a day in the life of an SE? What skills make you successful?

like

contact us for discussion regarding financial advisory-9302340643

like

ISO Mid/Senior level Art Director salaries. Currently paid 65 in the Midwest as a Sr. Designer/ Art Director. I’m also gaining a direct report soon. 6 YOE

like

What is a good salary in the UK (outside London) for 4 YOE?

like

Additional Posts (overall)

What is the average salary for an account manager in employee benefits at brokers firm? And what about a senior account manager salary? I have 7 years of experience in the health insurance industry. I want to see if I’m on track or if it would be out of line to ask for a raise.

like

Data Quality for Actuarial and Data Analysts

How much time do your analysts spend cleaning and structuring data vs actually performing analysis? I feel like I’m fighting data quality/support issues just to keep our quarterly reporting processes alive, much less creating value-adds through actual analysis or new technology implementation. What’s normal vs how it should be?

like
like

I recently obtained my MBA, and I've been eager to start working as an analyst. But I'm not sure where to begin. As an underwriter assistant, I now make $43,000. However, it's quite difficult to get by, and I'd love to start doing what I enjoy. Any suggestions?

like

How often does anyone feel burned out? At what point does anyone say enough of this shit after feeling ignored by your company? Keep in mind that this is work at home.

like

Hi I was wondering if anyone has transitioned from Auto Claims to Property Claims? If so how was it would you recommend it. Looking to grow my claims knowledge. Thanks in advance.

like

Hi folks! I am looking for a change. Perhaps anyone can advise of any hiring happening anywhere.

like

Curious if those of you with any Insurance designations (CLCS, AINS etc..) - did you purchase and test on your own or did your agency pay for it?

like

Are any members of this group producers at an independent agency?

like

Interested in getting into management/leadership type role, my experience has strictly been in underwriting. Only prior management experience was fast food joint I worked at in college. Looking for tips/tricks on how to get there. Any special designations other than CPCU to get? It would probably be easier to get into it at my current company as they know I’m a leader, but what about if I wanted to go external?

like

Looking to sell my book of business, currently with a Managing partner. Can I sell it to an outside source?

like

Has anyone made the switch from personal lines to commercial? If so, would you say it was a tough transition? And do you enjoy being in the commercial field now? Been in personal lines for 20+ years and needing a change.

like

Can someone give some input on the difference between an Underwriter and an Underwriting Analyst? I'm finding a lot of companies use this title synonymously.

like

I want to leave insurance and transition into literally any tech. I’m signed up and I’m completing a few tech boot camps. What are the easiest roles to transition into?

like

What are 6 figure salaries in commercial insurance?

like

I live in Alberta and work in insurance as a service broker at hub customer central insurance. I have been in insurance for 3 years and am doing their paid training.
What do you think the minimum amount of time you should be at a job before you leave ? I was thinking 8 months to a year roughly minimum
Also what are you getting paid right now as a broker? If you live in Canada I would love to know! And if you could note your experiences and certifications that would be amazing! Very curious

like

Wondering what people currently make as a non attorney representing claims Adjuster? I’ve been feeling like I’m a bit underpaid especially for the state I’m in. I’m paid $63,700 a year we get a bonus depending on how the company does. Also promotions are only 5% and raises are only 3% is this normal for the claims world?

like
like

I’m considering moving into SIU from my current role. I’ve handled auto damage, liability and first party medical claims over the course of 6+ years with a heavy specialization in medical claims. I’m trying to determine what a reasonable pay range would be for a role as an experienced investigator with at least 3 years experience while also taking into account my overall industry experience of 6+ years. Any advice would be great!

like