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I applied for the position via their website. I immediately received the assessment test. I took the test at 12am and passed It. The test at the end told me that based on my results someone would be contacting me. At 8am I received an email to schedule an phone interview. I replied with my availability and was then scheduled for an interview the same day at 2pm.

The assessment was extremely easy for me. There is a portion of the test that is 18 questions with 20 minutes to answer them. I got 16 out of the 18 answered within that timeframe. It’s gauging your ability to critically think under stress and in a short amount of time. Not everyone has that skill. It wasn’t hard at all but if It isn’t your strong suit, you may not pass the assessment.

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(CLT location Auto blend trainee position) First when you submit your application you are required to take an assessment that took me about 2 hours. Your application will not be reviewed if you don't take the assessment Had a lot of riddles that you had to solve and behavioral type questions and math problems. I then received a call from a recruiter that asked a lot of behavioral questions- phone call took about an hour of straight behavioral questions (no lie) after the phone interview I has an in person face to face interview at the CLT office with about another hour of straight behavioral questions with 2 employees going back and forth. After that I job shadowed for 30 mins with an employee. After that they told me they will call me back for a final interview but that that they are still interviewing other candidates and would let me know!

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Management is horrible, they like to micro manage and the workload is ridiculous.

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The online assessment was beyond overkill. You are given 20 minutes to answer 18 riddle type questions. The time was nowhere near enough for me and I was only able to answer half of the questions and of course the unanswered questions are counted against you. I've passed similar online assessments for better and bigger companies. This assessment was a joke and I don't feel bad about not finishing it.

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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

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It was very professional and friendly.

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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.

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How would you prepare for this long interview?

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Short and hired on the spot because of friends that worked there

Answered - Auto Claim Representative (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX

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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

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