Worst interview 4 people for one hour waste of time long and stupid the same questions over and over
Have an entrepreneurial mindset.
Answered - SENIOR BUSINESS ANALYST AND TECHNICAL LEAD (Current Employee) - Los Angeles, CA
Be confident and friendly. If you are not computer literate or able to comfortably troubleshoot over the phone on the fly this is not this job for you.
You will be hired as a seasonal employee at first. If you really work hard and keep your attendance high, you MAY be asked to stay on. However, this does NOT guarantee they'll change your status to permanent. Some have worked there for 2 years and still have not been able to enjoy the benefits of permanent employment.(i.e., healthcare benefits, PTO, higher bonus)
Overall, there's wonderful learning opportunities and also room to advance once you've shown strong work ethic.
Tips- ~Don't expect permanent position first year. Layoffs are abrupt and shouldn't be taken personally.
~Show a willingness to learn and be teachable.
~Exhibit kindness and respect for the elderly!
~Express your ability to take tests without too much stress! (You'll be taking MANY!)
~Be a stickler for rules and regulations. If you interview for Benefit advisor or CSR, you'll be monitored closely to be sure you adhere to federal regulations.
~Dress for success and get to know people. Good Luck!
Know about the company
Answered - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) - Bloomington, MN
Focus on behavior and technical questions and experience. Direct approach in the interview process.
Answered - Pension Administration Analyst (Current Employee) - Boston, MA
Dress professional, be yourself, be honest, and you will get the job. The team over at Willis Towers Watson will interview you based on your ability to help others. You will be dealing with a lot of Medicare eligible retirees, so you must really enjoy talking on the phone to mature adults and truly like helping others.
Answered - Senior Licensed Benefit Advisor (Current Employee) - Tempe, AZ
Dress nice, be confident in your presentation to them. Be prepared to be interviewed by several individuals.
Answered - Executive/Administrative Assistant (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC