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16 days ago

Accounting Supervisor - Investment Accounting

Selective Insurance Group Branchville, NJ

• Supervises general accounting functions. • Prepares monthly financial reports and statistics. • Oversees and schedules activities of… CareerBuilder


22 days ago

Senior Small Business Underwriter

Selective Insurance Group Branchville, NJ +2 locations

• Gather, analyze and evaluate risk exposure through appropriate risk documentation. Adopt proactive actions and/or make proactive recommendations to… CareerBuilder


16 days ago

Senior Accountant - SEC & GAAP Reporting

Selective Insurance Group Branchville, NJ

• Prepares and reviews monthly account analysis and reconciliation. • Establishes, interprets and analyzes complex accounting records of financial… CareerBuilder


16 days ago

Accounting Manager SEC Reporting

Selective Insurance Group Branchville, NJ

• Responsible for the planning, preparation, review, and overall coordination of quarterly and annual SEC filings (Forms 10-Q and 10-K… CareerBuilder


30+ days ago

IT Team Lead (Peoplesoft)

Selective Insurance Branchville, NJ

• Collaborate with Project Managers, peers, and Business/System Analysts to accomplish a coordinated implementation effort. • Meet with business… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Payroll Specialist – new

Selective Insurance United States

• Gathers transactional data and creates input files according to vendor specification. • Verifies payroll accuracy; reviews edits and other… Glassdoor


1 day ago

Part Time HR Customer Service Representative – new

Selective Insurance Branchville, NJ

• Enters all new hire and termination data into the HR Information System. Validates required documents, updates new hire tracking logs and verifies… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Associate General Adjuster

Selective Insurance Northeast, NY

• Handles property/inland marine claims for assigned region with availability to assist as needed in all other regions. • Evaluates… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Staff Accountant - Investments

Selective Insurance Branchville, NJ

• Analyzes general ledger account balances and compiles financial information. • Develops financial and managerial accounting information… Glassdoor


21 days ago

Inland Marine Business Segment Manager

Selective Insurance West Virginia +2 locations

must be carried out in compliance with applicable legal and regulatory… Glassdoor


Selective Insurance Reviews

35 Reviews
2.5
35 Reviews
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Selective Insurance Chairman, President, and CEO Gregory E. Murphy
Gregory E. Murphy
20 Ratings
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    Excellent potential to be a top tier company if expectations from sr. management were more reasonable.

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Selective Insurance full-time for more than 5 years

    Pros

    Company has excellent products combined with knowledgeable staff in home office that provide true support in writing business profitably. Company offers a flexible working environment that encourages growth and development. Teamwork is valued and company has a very professional workplace. Company has a business model and structure that is respected by customers.

    Cons

    Extremely high workloads. Any attempt to address this concern is seen as negative. Company has a great incentive compensation program, but every year makes it harder to benefit from the program, Long term employees see deterioration in work-life balance and a negative shift in sr. management attitude towards employees. Communication can be very poor at times and feedback on addressing problems is swept under the rug.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Listen to your employees, especially the long-term ones who are proven performers as they seek to restore work-life balance. Do not shoot the messenger or assume that everyone wants to work 60 hours a week in the pursuit of a higher position. Focus more on what can be lost when a good person leaves than how much more can be gained by adding a resource. Key positions are going to be harder to fill in the future if management continues to ignore this issue.

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