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What is the interview process like?

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First assessment is a test. Second you go in and talk to three different supervisors. When you go in ask things like the company's turn over rate. Liberty is always has a help wanted. Opportunities are hard they tell you because you are a employee you get first condideration. They wont. So ask opportunity. And if they ask to tell about yourself they are asking about the work drlf not about your dog Fluffy. Last listen to your gut. If you look at the office and dont right about it, you are probably right.

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Be prepared...not only do you have assesment tests but interviews with as many as 3 not at once thank goodness.

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Overkill. A waste of time with tests then interview with two people and wait a week. All for a job a trained monkey can do

Answered - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) - Newcastle, OH

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You are contacted by an HR Talent Agent. They do a screening then if you meet basic qualifications, you will be notified of a Hiring Manager interview. From there it's up to the hiring manager. Many HR Talent Agents for many teams. Do not be discouraged if you are turned down by one.... keep applying!

Answered - Change Mgr, Implementation Lead/PM (Current Employee) - Boston, MA

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Straight forward

Answered - Mailroom Associate (Former Employee) - Allentown, PA

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Straight forward

Answered - Mailroom Associate (Former Employee) - Allentown, PA

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Once the initial interview is over the potential employee is placed with an claims representative inbound to listen to calls, this way you can experience a call and make a determination whether one can do the job or not.

Answered - Claims Customer Service (Former Employee) - New Castle, PA

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The interview process is informative. The representative explained the entire company and their goals for their employees and claimants and policyholders.

Answered - Claims Customer Service (Former Employee) - New Castle, PA

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Great. I interviewed with two great ladies. i believe, from what I heard, some managers, who were interviewers were biased in their opinion.

Answered - SR Customer Claims Rep (Former Employee) - Liberty Lake, WA

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It is a telephone interview and in person involving behavioral questions

Answered - Licensed Personal Lines Insurance Agent (Current Employee) - Tampa, FL

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