I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at WellPoint in February 2010.
Interview Details – After checking out open positions on the company web site, I submitted an application online. It took about three-four weeks to be contacted for a face-to-face interview. I met with a supevisor and her supervisor. The interview too about 70 minutes. I thought it went well. We discussed my extensive nursing experience, and although I had less than a years experience in home health case management, I thought I answered all questions well. I was told I would be contacted by email by the Friday of the following week. Three weeks later, I got an email that said I was no longer under consideration. The interviewers were very friendly and asked pecepive qestions. Quite frankly, I was surprised that I didn't get the job. I didn;t get a tour of the area, but it seemed to be a series of cubicles. It was fairly quiet with an occasional phone ringing. I was surprised though when the higher management person was called out of the interview for a brief period. Seemed like a nice place to work.
Interview Question – Can you type and talk on the phone at the same time? View Answer
Pros: Leadership always provides a clear vision of the future. Associate surveys are provided annually and taken seriously. Plenty of variety in positions within the company to try new things without loosing the benefits of staying with the company. – Full Review
WellPoint works to simplify the connection between Health, Care and Value. We help to improve the health of our members and our communities, and provide greater value to our customers and shareholders. WellPoint is one… — Full Overview
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