I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Humana in September 2010.
Interview Details –
I was referred by a past employee. The face-to-face interview was very casual; meet at a restaurant. This interview was conducted by the two individuals for whom I would be reporting. The next step was a "formal" interview by a recruiter. Asked many "situational" type questions. Was surprised by the intensity of this interview. Later heard that is was this particular rescruiter's style. But be prepared!
Would absolutely NOT reveal the salary range for the position (I tried several different angles). I did, however, do my homework ahead of time by researching salary ranges so, I asked for the 75 percentile and got it. Once I revealed what my bottom line was, the recruiter revealed that I was $1000 BELOW the very top of the range. Moral of the story: aim high.
Interview Question – Give an example of a very difficult professional situation and how you overcame/handled/resolved the problem? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Humana in June 2010.
Interview Details – They have a screening then a 1:1 then you meet with another manager and then they take about three weeks to get back to you on a decision. It was a fast turnover time once the decision had been made however negotiation was not pleasant.
Interview Question – What are three weaknesses View Answer
Pros: Humana is very focused on their employees and their customers and work to create the best environments to improve the experiences of both. It is nice to know that a company of this size still has the right priorities. – Full Review
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