You start by taking an online test, them a phone interview which you can prepare for, finally face to face. Lenghtley process but it can go fast depending on your response time.
Answered - MEMBER CARE REPRESENTATIVE (Former Employee) - San Antonio, TX
Easy. Computer skill testing is first, then one on one with HR.
Answered - Commercial Insurance Correspondent (Former Employee) - Gainesville, FL
Its a virtual phone interview and module assessment, and then an in person interview
Answered - Member care represenative II (Current Employee) - Gainesville, FL
Mine was easy, but it has changed over the years and it can be difficult, make sure you are ready to answer some hard question about yourself and what you have accomplished over the years.
Answered - Personal Lines Property and Auto Lead (Former Employee) - Canton, OH
Need to understand the position, and know that helping people us a priority.
Answered - Financial Representative (Current Employee) - Frederick, MD
On-line tests for screening
Interview is behavior based, often panel interviews.
Can be lengthy depending on position
Answered - Trainer (Current Employee) - Gainesville FL
Great interview team looking for really good people.
Answered - Senior MD Claims Specialist (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH
Very structured, read from one of a number of approved lists of questions.
Answered - Analyst, Service Desk/Contractor (Former Employee) - Dublin, OH
It was great, I was given the job.
Easy...online tests, long distance recruiter, onsite interview.
Answered - Call Center Representative (Former Employee) - Dublin, OH