I applied online and the process took 2 months - interviewed at Prudential in March 2012.
Interview Details – Contacted by agency recruiter then asked to complete an online application. After this, you will experience a lengthy background and then another in depth phone interview.
Interview Question – Just make sure you are well versused and experienced in the position you are applying. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Reallly you cannot negotiate the salary
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at Prudential in September 2012.
Interview Details – The interview spent more time informing me on Prudential what the position entailed than getting to know me. I was interviewing for a FSM position. I screened the recruiter prior to interview to make sure that I would NOT be interviewing for an agent producer position but for a manager position - recruiter confirmed. Met with managing director and through the process of the interview things went well - then towards the end my fears were confirmed. A classic bait and switch. The office was not hiring managers but agent producers to over time develop into managers. I had expressed upfront that I did not have interest in interviewing/hired for an agent producer role. The managing director got upset when I called him on it; lost all credibility and integrity. So, we abruptly ended the interview. I then followed up with the recruiter, to update conversation and the recruiter went into defensive role immediately. I called the recruiter on the bait and switch tactic; she made every attempt in the book how it wasn't her fault. Be careful - this company does not hire anyone externally except for agent producer roles. You know the kind, sell your friends and family then die on the vine. A very sleazy interview experience, similar to one I experienced many years ago, but was told things have changed in our office.
Interview Question – Do you have friends and family looking for work too? View Answer
Reason for Declining – I walked out. There was no offer but the opportunity of an insurance sales position which I was not interviewing for in the first place.
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