I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – The hiring process went well, I applied for a position and interviewed, but I was unable to start in the time frame they needed. They moved on to the next candidate, but the recruiter called me not long after with two more positions that they felt were a good for for my qualifications. I interviewed for both positions on the same day, met with the people I would be working for as well as their supervisors, talked specifics about my prior experience and was able to ask some detailed questions about each job. Afterwards I gave the recruiter some feedback on the two positions and I was made an offer on my position of choice two weeks later at the top of the salary range.
Interview Question – I was mostly just asked for specifics regarding the numerical achievements in my resume, which , if what you've put in your resume is the truth it shouldn't be very hard to provide specifics. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I spoke to the recruiter about the salary range prior to the job interviews and when the offer came through after the interviews it was at the top of the range and so I accepted.
I applied through college or university and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – phone screening and on-site in Boston office. The company was very quick to book hotel and flight for me on the phone. On the interview day, we had 5-6 candidates interviewing together. i met about 8 people. They are quite friendly and professional. No too difficult questions. good to hear the company offers career mobility within the company.
Interview Question – why do i want to hire you, not others? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in November 2013.
Interview Details – Passed the first round phone interview and went to Boston for on-site in Nov 2013. Meet four actuaries ,one HR and two actuarial students during lunch interview. Last from 8:00 am to around 3:30 pm. I applied through our university career web and got phone interview in Oct, and the next day they invited me to have on site. Offered accommodation and air tickets. It's a great exp anyway.
Interview Question – There are two P&C insurance companies, so how do you define which should hold more capital than the other? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – I initially applied online, and had a phone screen. Afterwards I was invited on site for 6 hours to interview with several actuaries, and in between two younger actuarial students took me out to lunch to talk about their working experience. During the interviews, we talked about exam support, my background, etc. Everyone seemed very happy to work there and it seemed like a great place to work.
Interview Question – How would you describe what an annuity is to my grandmother? Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – I visited Liberty Mutual at the career fair my university held. There I talked to the recruiters and gave them my resume. I then applied for the internship program online where I had to undergo a brief assessment of skills. I didn't hear for a few months, so I resubmitted my application. After I re-submitted, I was contacted a couple days later for a phone interview.
The phone interview was about 30 minutes long with an HR recruiter, and all of the questions were behavioral based. In addition, we talked briefly about what departments within HR I would be most interested in being placed (Employee Relations, Recruiting, Analytics, etc) if I moved on. Within a week I was told I was moving on to the next round of interviews.
The next round of interviews took place in their corporate headquarters in Boston, MA. I had 4 interviews, each about 30 minutes long. Each interview was with a different hiring manager to assess fit with each of those departments. Everyone was very professional and welcoming, and I was done with interviews before lunch (it was lovely they didn't drag out the day!) I heard back the next week with an offer to be a part of their internship program.
I had to wait awhile for the process to start and almost lost hope that they were interested in me, but once I was contacted the interview process was speedy and professional. They did a very good job of moving everything along and having open communication with me.
Interview Question – Tell us a time you disagreed with someone, and afterwards you discovered you were in the wrong. How did you react? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Since this was an intern , non-exempt, position, there was no negotiation for the hourly wage. However, there was no need to negotiate as I felt the wage and PTO were more than enough for an intern.
I applied online and interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – This position is for the liberty mutual predictive modelling group. And their work mostly focus on statistical modelling, such as GLM, familiar with poisson regression and its counterpart is important for the technical interview questions. Their behavioral questions are nothing special, and a case study is also involved int the interview.
Interview Question – How to deal with the situation with increased cancellation rate. Answer Question
I interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in January 2010.
Interview Details – You are asked mostly situational questions so come prepared. "Tell me about a time you handled a work conflict." "Tell me about a time you went above and beyond." etc
Interview Question – I do not recall. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in February 2014.
Interview Details – 1st round - recruiter screening, she asked at the end where I would like to be placed if hired, which was the differentiator between those that got moved to the second round and those that did not - on campus
2nd round - case and behavioral, i asked at the end of each interview what Liberty Mutual was looking for and they reinforced me by listing things from my resume and by reiterating what I had said on the case
offer - on Monday post Friday interviews
Interview Question – There were 6 questions only, all straight forward - tell me a time when you used quantitative data to convince people of a decision? View Answer
Negotiation Details – No negotiations - they want everyone to be on equal playing ground so $4K per 2 weeks is the offer
I applied online and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – It was 9 years ago, but they were very concerned about my technical experience and why I wanted to make a move.
Interview Question – What were my weaknesses -- That is always a tough one. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – cut and dried. Either take their offer or reject it. they won't dicker with you
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – First you apply. Then they contact you to set up the phone screen and complete the questionnaires. One is timed, the other is not. Then there is a 30 minute phone screen. Then, if asked to move on, you do the final round interviews, onsite. They give you a prep sheet beforehand with practice questions. Most of the questions I was asked that day, were very similar to the ones on the sheet.
Interview Question – Tell me about a time when you were asked to make a decision with little time to decide, but you were given all of the information needed to make that decision. View Answer
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