I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at ING USA Annuity & Life Insurance in February 2012.
Interview Details – The response was quick. I have one 45-min phone interview and follow-up phone call by HR. The on-site interview contained four 1:1 meetings, each was about 40 minutes. People were all friendly.
Interview Question – All very basic questions Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and interviewed at ING USA Annuity & Life Insurance.
Interview Details – Met with an HR person who didn't know much about the position or what qualifications would match with the position that was open. He asked typical HR interview questions about my previous job experience but nothing that was trying to get to real experience. After he found out that I had made more money then the position offered it was clear he made his mind up that I was not a qualified candidate and never asked a substantial question that meant anything. He was not a person who made the interviewee feel like this was a great place to work. I told the other employees I interviewed with that the HR person was not going to recommend me for the position, but that I was interested in finding out more and wanted to work there.
Interview Question – He didn't ask any hard questions, I think he looked at resumes and had no idea what the job he was filling entailed, and he had no idea of the jobs of the folks coming into interviewed had been in. He was not a recruiter for sure, he was not even a good interviewer, he was a home office employee in the wrong position. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Make sure and meet the manager and the team you will be working with, don't let HR scare you away.
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