Progressives interview process as an internal is more difficult than external and by far the most ridiculous company to interview for. You're only worth an interview
Chaotic- several phone interviews, one video then low offer
Seamless. No pressure. No unnecessarily complicated questions. Just prove you know how to do the job, challenge yourself and cooperate with others.
Normal phone interview. Never met anyone in person due to COVID
After applying, I was contacted the next day for a skills assessment that included math and customer interaction scenarios. 2 days after that, I was selected for a virtual self-recorded interview which can feel very awkward and I didn't think I did well at it, but 2 days after that I was selected for a face to face interview with leadership. The interviewer was very kind and easy to talk to, and he really was most interested in my work ethic and experiences and how they relate to the position. 6 days later I was given the offer contingent on background check, which is very in depth. It's been 6 days since submitting background and I'm currently waiting on completion of that which is 88% complete.
Applied for remote work in new york. They responded immediately after assessment. Never heard back and position changed from remote to same position without remote work available within a few days.
Everything was virtual.
Typical for an insurance position.
After completing the assessment, I completed a mock interview online where you record yourself. Then went on to a virtual interview which I did a good job on, unfortunately I wasn’t chosen so I reached out to someone for feedback but never received a reply.
be sure to review the starr interview method