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For me I had to come back several times but that was mostly because certain people weren't there that week apparently. I did a computer test, it was typing but also an assessment. Then I had an in person interview with one person, did a role play with that same person, then later sat with an agent or what they call job shadowing, then had a second in person interview. I could tell my confidence was what swayed him. I got the job offer. Then you do a hair drug test, they took several chunks of hair, spread out to avoid one large bald spot but it was more than I expected. And they do a full background test, if you have any felonies it is highly unlikely you will be hired because there are requirements for the License you may be required to obtain depending on the position you're applying for. I passed both tests and then they give you about a week or two of learning licensing before you take the test which they pay for. As long as you pass you move on to training which is extensive.

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It takes an absolute Eternity. As others have said, it is a lot like hazing. They make you jump through hoops for weeks and treat you as a dog, my guess, is to see if you get tired of it. It seems like an unending process. good luck if you have time to play these circus games for their sheer amusement. Some of us are business professionals.

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Ridiculous and stressful test that had nothing to do with the laid back job I was applying for. Had math equations on one side of the screen that were timed, while emails asking me questions popped out on the left at insane speed! This was not real life in any way! I could have answered the equations if I had a minute to figure them out without constant interruption! The brain does not multi-task..it just switches from task to task. What a dumb way to test a future employee. If I don't get this job based on that, I will be really mad. I have already been doing this position for 5 years previously with another company and did very well, even excelled. HORRIBLE TEST

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I received a welcome letter that said it was a collegiate environment. However, my experience has been the trainers are immature and there is more goofing around than I have have seen at any company. We sat waiting in class for 45 mins today while they went on mocking people they dont like in the other offices.

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There was no accountability within management. Uneven workload. Some people take 50 calls per day, some take 150.

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Precisely, Geico does employ individuals with a fresh outlook in the insurance trade, becoming involved with new challenges ensures peserverance and perspective for the company.

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I work 5 days a week and any opportunity for overtime, I take advantage of.

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