Interviewed at Government Service Insurance System
Interview Details – A general written exam was given followed by a one-on-one personality interview by the HR. An interview with the manager for the department applied for was the final step.
Interview Question – Was questioned on how to manage my time based on my religion. That I found very discriminating. View Answer
I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at Government Service Insurance System.
Interview Details – You initially go thru an initial interview with the HR office. After this you get to be interviewed either by the division chief or manager of the department you may be assigned. Another set of interview may be set with the Vice President or Senior Vice President.
Interview Question – How can you explain what the company does to a 10 year old. Answer Question
I applied in-person and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Government Service Insurance System.
Interview Details – Vacant positions are posted in the website. Submitted applications forms are referred to the "would be" supervisor as part of selection and screening process. Selected applicants are given written examinations. For those who passed the exams, a short list will be prepared for management. The next step will be the panel interview of applicants who made it in the short list.
Interview Question – What solution/s will be provided by the applicant for an actual problem currently being experienced by the office (i.e.; operations problem or IT enhancement) Answer Question
Negotiation Details – No I did not get an offer because I rose from the ranks and we have a salary schedule and compensation package to follow. However, for senior management positions that are offered to outsiders, they are normally offered a salary that would follow our salary schedule but would start in a different salary step or range.
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