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Customer Service Representative I Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks – interviewed at Amerigroup in August 2011.
Interviewed by two recruiters asking relatively straight forward questions to determine consistency and experience as related to the position available. Then elevated to next interview phase which was an overall positive experience.
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I received a call informing me I passed the interview process by the recruiter and an email offer to include the salary amount was received immediately after the conversation. Very informative, professional, and straight forward process.
Other Interview Reviews for Amerigroup
Customer Service Representative I InterviewAccepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
I applied online. The process took a week – interviewed at Amerigroup (Nashville, TN) in September 2010.
Lots of communication via phone, fax, and email with HR in Virginia Beach. Was on time to interview. Manager was punctual. Great interview questions. Interview lasted about 30 minutes. I was taken on a tour of the call center floor. Noticed that the employees weren't interactive with each other.
- There weren't any difficult or unexpected questions. The questions asked were in the STAR format. The questions centered around call center activity, handling disgruntled callers and how to efficiently service the call. Answer Question
There wasn't a negotiation phase. The job offer was as-is.