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Casual, isn't it a call center??

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Centene asks behavioral questions. The type that ask "tell me about a time ". And ghey dig it not your answer with follow up questions. Have 4 or 5 stories to tell in STAR form. And be prepared for the digging. If you have accomplished anything in your career you'll do fine

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Health insurance, vision insurance, dental insurance, 401k, stock options, paid time off, and discounts with various companies.

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It took about a week to receive a call back after applying for a position. I had two interviews, one in person face to face and the second was a telephone interview with hiring manager and direct manager. After you receive an offer, a background check is started and the process is about three to four days days. I was told it could take up to ten days. The entire process from initial application to completion of process was approximately five weeks.

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One of the only companies in St Louis without a screen. A few folks who worked for me were there for that reason.

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Went through staffing agency (direct hire staffing). The interview was really brief than moved to an onsite interview. From start to finish about six weeks.

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Very fast paced and very stressful, unrealistic goals that set employees up to fail

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I didn't have to take one. But my friend works for health net part of centene and she did.

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Yes it is solid, acceptable and in line with forming accountability

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Yes they do, only to verify they don't have insurance with their own employer first.

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