Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
Interviews for Top Jobs at Progressive Insurance
- Claims Adjuster Trainee (107)
- Claims Adjuster (96)
- Customer Service Representative (83)
- Claims Representative (25)
- Claims Generalist (22)
- Claims Customer Service Representative (14)
- Inside Sales Representative (13)
- Claims Generalist Trainee (11)
- Medical Claims Representative (10)
- Call Center Customer Service Representative (9)
- Claims Service Representative (7)
- Direct Sales Representative (7)
- Data Analyst (6)
- IT Operations Analyst (5)
- Analyst (4)
- Recruiter (4)
- Marketing Sales Representative (4)
- Customer Service Associate (4)
- Claims Customer Service Adjuster (3)
- Customer Service Call Center Representative (3)
- Managed Repair Representative (3)
- Sales (3)
- IT Applications Programmer (3)
- IT Manager (3)
- IT Systems Engineer (3)
- Claims Generalist Intermediate (3)
- Claims Trainee (3)
- Senior Claims Adjuster (3)
- Senior Claims Representative (2)
- Product Analyst (2)
Claims Trainee Interview
I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Progressive Insurance (Atlanta, GA).
Applied online and then took a behavioral and pretty easy iq test, received two interviews, one with the manager I will be under and another of the office manager and received a call the next day with the offer.
- All the questions are name a time when, just have alot of examples about difficult decisions, problem solving etc. Answer Question
Entry Level so did not try to.
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I applied online. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Progressive Insurance (Tampa, FL) in November 2009.
Phone Screen, In-Branch Wonderlic and personality tests. Finally an In-Branch interview with Branch manager, then another interview with team leads or current reps all on same day.
Not much to negotiate, Vacation, Benefits and Pay are standardized. Possible to select between regular M-F schedule or get stuck with Tuesday-Saturday schedule (often given to new hires).
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I applied online. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Progressive Insurance in June 2012.
Applied to this position via job board website. Heard back about two weeks later that I was chosen to continue in the application process with an IQ/Inteligence Test; in which I had five business days to complete. Once I completed that task, I was emailed the next day with a notification that I had in fact passed the IQ/Intelligence portion, and that I would be contacted by a recruiter very soon to once again continue with the application process. The next day I recieved a call from a recruiter to set up a phone interview with a meber of the Progressive Talent Hiring Team (I think that is what they're called) -- she was extremely nice, very helpful and was more than accomodating when trying to find a proper time to set up a phone interview with me. The phone interview was without a doubt difficult. The interviewer started out with the basic's; questions regarding my education, where I live with regards to the office, etc. Work history -- brief description of all job duties -- what did you like best about this job, what did you like least about this job, and why do you want to leave this job? Definitely prepare answers for those questions; I know for a fact they are extremely difficult to answer on the spot if you haven't extensively prepared for them. After the basic getting to know the interviewee questions, the interviewer stated that she was going to begin with the S.T.A.R. format questions -- in which she will ask a question, and then the interviewee will have to answer that question by giving the Situation or Task, and then the Action you took, and finally what the Result was of your actions towards this task. When I tell you that it is very difficult to prepare for these unknown questions, I mean it. The questions aim to make you think as quickly as possible of a perfectly appropriate or applicable scenario in your work/educational history, and then directly apply the S.T.A.R approach to it. Some of the questions caught me so off guard, I was embarassed and nervous because I was taking so long to answer; pausing while racking my brain for something remotely applicable to the question. If theres any piece of advice I can give, it is to review the S.T.A.R. format, and gather as many S.T.A.R. questions together as possible, and answer them as directly and appropriately as possible with scenarios from your work/educational history and background. My phone interview lasted over an hour. My interviewer truly did not show any empotion, wasw not upbeat or friendly, was very direct and was beyond engaging -- which made for a very tense and intimidated interviewee. I'm not saying these things about the interviewer to be petty, or immature even. I'm being completely honest, and I just want other people to be prepared for and aware of the people/interview situation they may encounter. I've never had such an intense interview for any position. The most positive thing I can say about this interview is that it has most definitely prepared me for other interviews. Using the S.T.A.R. approach is without a doubt hugely helpful when answering any question. I'm going to use the S.T.A.R. strategy with every job interview from now on because it teaches you to be direct and to the point, efficient, to think quickly on your toes, etc. Unfortunately for me, I highly doubt I will get a call back for a second interview, because I know I did not do that well with the phone interview. Take my advice if you are interviewing with them soon; trust me, it will help.
- Describe a sitiuation in which you discovered something was being done incorrectly, how did you help to fix it? Answer Question
- Describe a scenario where you had to be a part of a team that was working towards one goal; how did you decide who on the team executed what tasks and what was the outcome? Answer Question