I applied through an employee referral and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in January 2014.
Interview Details – After a 90 minute online assessment, 1 phone interview 3 in person interviews, 1 job shadow and 1 call shadow that I performed very well on the Area Manager and Manager both wanted me to start as soon as possible. My background and experience were exactly what they needed and I also had the benefit of having recommendations from a current employee. This all seemed great until the background check. Long story short I was denied due a very common credit issue that occurred post relationship. Most companies will say that they don't make hiring decisions based solely on credit but Liberty Mutual does and they should make that very clear upfront due to the length of their process. Everything else checked out fine and my job history and experience are great. Consistent high performer and plenty of documentation to validate. Even the recruiter had to admit this policy is counter productive. I think they need to inform applicants at the beginning of the process as to not waste their time. In my opinion, credit checks are a form of discrimination and need to be done away with. On the surface they may make sense, but if you stop and think about it they are flawed. It's selling insurance and doesn't require a security clearance.
Interview Question – There were no extremely difficult questions just a lot of behavioral questions. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in May 2011.
Interview Details – Smooth process with quick turnaround times.
Interview Question – No questions were too difficult. Answer Question
I applied through college or university and the process took 3 days - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in November 2013.
Interview Details – Interview consisted of 2 rounds. First round was an hour behavioral phone interview. Asked a lot about personality and job experiences and when and where I analyzed large datasets. It was a very enjoyable phone conversation.
Second round took place on site in Seattle, WA office. It was a long day of interviews: 2 behavioral and 1 case interview. The case interview was 5 steps with basic math involved. The 2 behavioral interviews were very boring, asking almost the same exact questions in both interviews. All questions were asking about analyzing datasets. I felt they did not get a good sense of who I was as a person. All they wanted to know about me was what data I have ever analyzed.
Interview Question – Just prepare many examples of different times you have analyzed data. I ran out of different examples. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in January 2014.
Interview Details – A recruiter emailed me and established an over the phone interview. After the over the phone interview I was asked to attend an in person interview.
Interview Question – "I've had people who have worked in cell phones work for me before, they didn't work out so well". "No offense, but your generation seems to think that everyone is entitled to a job without doing any work beforehand." Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in January 2014.
Interview Details – Phone screen with HR then with hiring manager. Both conversations went well and focused on mostly behavior questions.
Interview Question – No difficult technical questions, but was asked many "tell me about a time" questions. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – HR was very difficult to work with as the rep I was assigned did not keep scheduled interview calls, etc. If you are really interested in the position stay on top of HR to make sure phone interviews take place. Don't let HR's failure to taint you on the rest of the company.
Interview Question – The questions were fair & typical. One that was important to them is whether I was interested in promotional opportunities. They are interested in hiring folks that will have a vested interest in their career with the company. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 months - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in April 2012.
Interview Details – one phone interview and a in person interview a week after the phone. Once I arrived at the office the receptionist was unaware of my interview and it took a little bit of time for her to get in contact with the correct department. I was escorted to the claims department and placed next to one of the senior claims adjuster to listen in and observe for 30 min. Afterwards I interviewed by two team managers both pleasantly happy and asked typical interview questions, followed by taking a lengthy "what would you do" type quiz- mathematical- listening comprehension- and a rate yourself quiz. The quizzing took about an hour, somewhat tedious... but easy. Once completed, One more interview with another Team Manager, of which turned out to be my team manager nearly 3 months later. After the 3 hours I spent interviewing at the office, the HR department contacted me about the background and credit check. It was 2 months and 3 weeks before I finally received a phone call from the verification company asking if I would be able to pay a past due bill. I explained that once I was employed I would be happy to. A few days later I was contacted by another TM who made an offer, began work the following week.
Interview Question – verification company asking if I would be able to pay a past due bill Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was given an offer over the phone and emailed papers to sign and send via fax
I applied online - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in May 2010.
Interview Details – After submitting my application online, I was contacted for an interview. I had one, in person interview with one of the senior members of the legal team.
Interview Question – How do you feel about working in open spaces and are you easily distracted by others talking, walking around, etc. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – My pay rate was non-negotiable and as a part-time employee, I was not entitled to benefits.
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – After countless numbers of no responses and the old proverbial "we found a candidate that better fits our needs" mumbo jumbo, glassdoor literally gets you in the door! Their targeted and timely listings are legit and real!
Interview Question – Assessment Testing was very challenging and prerequisite for the position. I welcomed the challenge which ensured that only the right candidates are selected to the organization! Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in December 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online with Liberty Mutual in November, 2013. I received a phone call from the HR recruiter approximately 1 month later. We scheduled a phone interview which took about 30 minutes. The recruiter advised it would be approximately 2 weeks before I heard anything about moving forward. I received a call 2 days later to schedule an in person interview. The hiring manager I was scheduled to interview with was not present, so I interviewed with someone else instead. The interview took approximately 1 hour.
Interview Question – The interviewer informed me that he would be going down a list of behavioral questions and would be taking notes while I was responding. Answer Question
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