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
I did not resign on good terms with my previous employer by not giving any notice. How would you suggest I approach this during an interview
Yes, it very straight to the point. About the questionnaire.
The company will hire anyone who meets the education requirements because the turnover is HIGH
Answered - Long Term Care Manager (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Be ready for the "tell me about a time when you..." questions.
Answered - Case Manager (Current Employee) - Florida
Do research about the company be familiar with the position you are applying for. Stress your limitations and flexibility.
Answered - Program Coordinator II/Team Lead (Former Employee) - St. Louis, MO
Make eye contact, have questions, be honest and speak clearly and know your worth
Answered - Enrollment Specialist (Former Employee) - Little Rock, AR
Be professional, be prepared, and follow up, also I think this should be a no brainer but its not DRESS LIKE YOU ARE GOING TO AN INTERVIEW!
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Jackson, MS