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How long does it take to get hired from start to finish? What are the steps along the way?

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I applied on September 13th, 2017. Interviewed on September 25th, 2017. Background check completed on October 13th, 2017. Start date October 30th. (New Albany)

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I am 5 weeks into the hiring process in Orlando. I have had 1 FaceTime interview and 3 phone interviews. Submitted my resume, filled out an application and am now in the process of filling out a second application. Hopefully it will be worth the extrememly long process and the wait.

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Was hired on the spot at a job fair.

Answered - Data Analyst (Former Employee) - Cranbury, NJ

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My position had a six month hiring process from initial application to start date. It really depends on the hiring manager and their timelines.

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About 6 weeks

Answered - Network Coordinator (Current Employee) - City of Sunrise, FL

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It depends on the recruiter/hiring manager. When I was hired at Aetna the first time (I left them a few years ago), I had interviewed for a new team that was starting in August...I didn't get a call-back for employment for a month and a half later, for a different team that was starting in October.

I was unemployed at the time, so it was all right for me, but...it's ridiculous how long some of their recruitment timeframes work.

Recently, I had another interview for them (phone screen, face to face) and am waiting to hear back regarding possible employment status.

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Typically about 6 weeks - initial interview and then possible final interview.

Answered - Manager (Former Employee) - Blue Bell, PA

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I was hired after first interview

Answered - Small Group Broker Contact (Former Employee) - Blue Bell, PA

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It takes about 2 weeks to get hired and you have 3 months of training

Answered - Claims Analyst I (Former Employee) - New Albany, OH

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It took about two months, One of the reasons, I was hired but the classes didn't start for one month. The actually being hired and taking drug tests and background checks to come back took them about one month to start, and than the class took another month to start.

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Bismarck, ND

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