Q: What is it like working as an Underwriter?
They are putting everyone in the call center to train their agents but no additional pay (see trainer salaries in comparison) and no commission. Employee moral is low and majority of the people in the are just getting by until they retire and they others are just there until they find something else. Look into other departments.
Underwriter in Atlanta, Georgia:
"Busy & full of opportunity."
Underwriter in Plano:
"Corporate culture and flex time are great."
Pros: Work flexibility, Recognition.
Cons: Ever Changing objectives.
Underwriter in Fresno:
Pros: Traffic. Commute.
Cons: Nothing to do.
Underwriter in Salt Lake City:
"Mostly good | A little bad."
Pros: My boss empowers those he manages to perform their own work independently and encourages us to look for ways to improve our processes and business practices. High trust atmosphere. Low stress.
Cons: Sometimes production work falls dead for weeks at a time due to the cyclical nature of medical insurance contracts.
Underwriter in Long Beach:
Go work elsewhere.
Underwriter in Birmingham:
Pros: It is my home, has a low cost of living.
Cons: Allergies, unsafe areas, high sales taxes.