Very long process. Submitted application 30 days later I get an email to set up a phone interview. They told me they would move me forward to a in person interview. That was a month later, I was told in the interview I would be called in for a second interview but its been 2 weeks and haven't herd anything. Didn't have to take any assessment test but I do have a finance degree. Good luck to all
It was very professional and friendly.
Very lengthy. At the time I worked for Travelers, they didn't hire just anyone into the sales position. There were a variety of computer based evaluations you performed during the application process (they were sent separately) and then, if that went well according to what they were looking for, you would have a phone interview and afterwards and in person interview. Over-all, it took 5-6 weeks before I was offered the job.
How would you prepare for this long interview?
Short and hired on the spot because of friends that worked there
Answered - Auto Claim Representative (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX
Strenuous! There is first an email interview, then a phone interview, then an online assessment, then 2 in person interviews. You find out roughly a week after the last interview.
Answered - CUSTOMER SERVICE REPRESENTATIVE (Current Employee) - Glens Falls, NY
First I had my interview, then needed a drug test all while this third party that Travelers hires to conduct background checks and calls each place of employment that you stated you worked at up to 10 years ago. They verify that you worked there the duration you worked there for and the amount you made working there. Then after a credit check and that extensive background check came back clear I got a call and an official job offer letter.
Answered - Corporate Tax Intern (Former Employee) - St. Paul, MN
So far I have had 2 interviews. First by phone, then I to take 2 assessments. Once I passed those I went into the location and had a face to face interview with 2 hiring managers.
Very thorough. First with an internal recruiter by phone, then a phone interview with the hiring manager, then phone interviews with senior individuals in the department where the job is located, then face to face interview with hiring manager, senior employees and HR. If the position is offered to you, there is the background screening process and urinalysis testing. The entire process takes about three months.
Answered - Account Executive - Select - Entertainment (Current Employee) - Glendale, CA
Very long interview process with many behavioral based questions.
Answered - Auto Claim Dispatcher (Current Employee) - Buffalo, NY