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Applied for the Claims Adjuster Trainee position. If you meet their requirements for the position, they will reply back pretty quickly (within a day or two) with an assessment full of arithmetic and junk psychology for you to undergo. If you're successful with that, then you schedule a date for either a phone or video screening/interview with a "hiring specialist" that'll take place within the next few days.

If you're not lucky, you end up with some HR bimbo who not only shows up late for the screening, but doesn't even seem to know your name or have even read your resume at the very least, then proceeds to ask you a bunch of canned questions that are pretty easy to answer if you're prepared while not giving you any idea of where you'll work and who you'll work with. If you can successfully pass that round, said HR bimbo will move you forward in the process to "meet with a hiring manager", and that you'll hear from them within the next few days. Only to hear that you've been rejected. This despite the position being a "trainee" program where you supposedly undergo an 8-week training course to be brought up to speed. Allegedly.

Don't waste your time. It says a lot about a company when this position and others are posted everywhere, in every location, and remain unfilled for months, even years.


Very fast tract and a little overwhelming but I like that the hiring process was all in one day, you interview and get your offer right there same day.


Telephone interview.
testing results discussed and interview w HR
shadow an employee in that position
interview w/ hiring manager


The phone interview is mainly to let you know hours of training to see if you're still eligible. The actual interview process is about 5 hours long. 2 personal interviews, role play, and a computer/typing test.


The shadow is easy basically just sit and watch an employee work for 30-45 minutes. Final interview is the easiest one you will sit down with the section manager and they will just make sure you still want the job, and ask you the same questions you were asked in the previous interviews.


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