I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance in January 2013.
Interview Details – Was asked to come to a Mariott Hotel for an interview by a phone representative. Upon arrival, I saw that I was not the only there, there were about eight of us. I was greeted by two men who I assumed were going to interview me. One was very busy, the other seemed to be less interested in actually interviewing me and was more interested in giving me money to have breakfast with me. It was a very awkward experience and I left shortly after discovering that it was commission only.
Interview Question – The presumed interviewer asking me to have breakfast with him after pulling money out of his wallet. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Liberty Mutual Insurance.
Interview Details – Everything went well, and I assumed the pre screen telephone interview was a success. The human resource rep said she would be passing my resume on to the next reviewer and that I would know by the end of the day if he would like to schedule an interview. I was contacted a few days later via email that my educational bacground did not match the job requirements. EVEN though it clearly stated on ad for employment a 4 year degree OR equivilant.
Interview Question – She did most of the talking...asked basically what I did on a day to day basis at my current job. Answer Question
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