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I applied online and the process took 4 months - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in June 2013.
Interview Details – You start with a phone interview with a recruiter who tries to act laid back, but you realize he is stressed out because his pay depends on you getting hired.. The first interview went well, but it took all day long. I did not hear anything back from them for about 2 months, but it seemed like a good job so I came back for a final interview with the regional sales manager. After hearing him talk about how much better they are than any insurance agency, he finally let me leave the boring long process about the sketchy world of insurance sales. They are looking for people who are desperate and can stick out a long process
Interview Question – There are no difficult questions honestly, just a bunch of typical situation and describe how you handled it. I really was not impressed with any of the interviewees, as my 10 year little brother could ask those questions View Answer
Reason for Declining – I felt like they were just too good to be true, and try to make it seem like they are top dogs, but lets be real people, if it's a good sales job than you don't need a base pay. The overall bad stigma that selling insurance brings to the table, turned me away. I will say that they did seem like really nice people, and made it seem like they were a close tight group. If you want to annoy people to buy insurance than good luck. I had better opportunities on the table.
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in March 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online at the Liberty Mutual Website and a few days later I got an e-mail from a recruiter asking to set up a phone interview. The phone interview was a week later and lasted about 40 minutes. It was pretty standard stuff. He went over the job responsibilities, hours, pay, benefits, etc. He asked me a bunch of standard customer service situation questions too. A few days later, an HR person called me to schedule an in person interview at their local branch. They said that it would take about 4 hours. There were 9 of us in attendance. They gave another overview of the company and the job, conducted 2 interviews with 2 different people, took 2 online assessments, and job shadowed. I got there at 8 and was out by just after 12. The interviews were pretty easy. Although there were 3 of them, they all asked basically the same questions. Two days later I got an e-mail for a background check, which they said would take two weeks. A week later, I got a call from a Claims Manager offering me a position.
Interview Question – The interviews had very standard questions: 'Explain a situation when you had a difficult customer. How did you handle it, etc?' Answer Question
Negotiation Details – There was no negotiation phase, the starting salary was previously determined.
I applied through college or university and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in September 2012.
Interview Details – Lengthy-- must apply online assessment and full application with cover letter, had on campus interview then full day interview with more assessments and two separate interviews with upper lvl management. Expect to talk about your successses and failures
Interview Question – "Tell me about a time when you did poorly, and received constructive feedback on something you needed to improve on--how did you handle it?" Answer Question
Negotiation Details – N/A set salary
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in July 2012.
Interview Details – Applied online and took a simple math/behavior test while completing application. Four weeks later received phone call from company to set up phone interview. Phone interview went great said he would recommend me for face to face interview. However job was filled before I got a chance to interview.
Interview Question – Phone interview just was about my resume. View Answer
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in June 2012.
Interview Details – I applied online, i was asked to take an assessment online, i was then asked to take a second amendment online, i then was given a phone interview with the recruiter from talent and aquisition in HR, then i was provided with another assessment to take, then i was provided the opportunity to interview with the hiring branch manager, i interviewed and then was asked back to complete an assessment and meet other employees in the branch, finally i was offered the job. The sales and service staff were both very inviting and kind. The office is state of the art and well equipped with technology. The work culture is very independant (no micro managing). Your treated as a professional and you treat others the same.
Interview Question – What was the hardest situation that you dealt with in your previous or current job and how did you overcome it? View Answer
Negotiation Details – Yes, being bilingual and having 4 years experience in a similar work environment allowed me to negotiate. After being provided a number from the recruiter of talent and aquisition from HR of what they are paying come up with a negotiable number that is 5k more so that you have some wiggle room when you crunch numbers for your final determined pay.
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in April 2011.
Interview Details – The first portion was a test online (basic math and personality questions). Second part was a phone interview. This was more of a screening and an introduction to what the job entails. After this, I was contacted by a branch manager for a 1:1 interview. This lasted about an hour. Upon completion, I was asked to take a couple days to make sure I did in fact want to get into this line of work. I was then asked to come in for a second interview where i had to make some cold-calls and give a brief presentation. I was then referred to the area manager where I was given a final interview. Took them 2 days to reach out and offer me the position. Overall, it was along process, but they truly want to make sure you're committed for the "long haul."
Negotiation Details – No room for negotiation.
The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in March 2011.
Interview Details – I took an online assessment and then was called to do a one on one interview. The interviewer informed me that I had great customer service and investigative work experience. I got an e-mail inviting me to the second interview which was held in Warrenville, IL. The interview consisted of a group/panel interview and there was an all day presentation about the job
Interview Question – Describe a situation that didn't yield an intended outcome. What did you do? Answer Question
The process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in May 2010.
Interview Details –
I was called by the HR person to answer a few questions, then I was called by the interviewing person and had to schedule an interview by Friday of that week. After several telephone calls an interview was scheduled.
I was informed that I would be informed of the outcome either way, and that Liberty Mutual prides itself on providing closure for all applicants. I never receive any information from Liberty Mutual. Their website list the position as no longer accepting applications.
I was contacted via another professional web site about another position in Warrenville, IL
Never heard back from that person as I have contacted her via that web site and again no response
STAY AWAY FROM THIS COMPANY
Interview Question – I cannot recall the questions asked Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in April 2010.
Interview Details – First, Phone interview with national recruiter. Asked different brief questions about your resume and background. Secondly, In person interview (3hrs) Went thru four questions IE: “ Name a time when you had to demonstrate leadership” Asked about resume and talked about your insight in sales. Third: One week to prepare presentation. I personally did a power point with props. Sit in with current sales reps. Phone calls to see how you are on the phone. Fourth Interview: Phone interview with a different branch manager. Fifth Interview: Interview with Regional Manager. Overall the interview process is long but constructed well and great communication between so many managers. They want to make sure you are the right fit for the company and put you through tests to make sure of this. Come prepared on the company and the job you are applying for and you will do well, but I suppose you should do this for everything! At firs thoughts the company seems like one of the best out there to work for, great training program, great room for advancement, and great local office.
Negotiation Details – No negotiation, sales is based of of performance
Pros: Strong company with over 100 years in the business. Modern approaches to managing people (ie, getting and using front line input, ensuring that policies are followed by everyone and not just singling out a few, pay for performance). Competitive pay. – Full Review
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