I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4 days - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in November 2013.
Interview Details – First step was a phone interview - pretty typical screening situation. Then I came in for a one-on-one interview with the hiring manager (now my supervisor). This was just as I expected; the office was neat and clean, the people were very friendly and polite (although for some reason they have and HR Generalist sitting in the receptionist's desk!?!) After the one-on-one I met with the rest of the HR Team - this was a great opportunity where I was invited to ask them anything about what the day-to-day is like. I found this to be the most helpful. The final interview was a one-over-one interview with the HR Director, which was wonderful as well. The entire process was an excellent balance of professionalism without guarding the realities of the job too much. I felt I was given a really good opportunity to really test the fit.
Interview Question – "If there were a penguin sitting here with us right now, what would he say?" View Answer
Negotiation Details – Short but congenial. It felt like the supervisor and HR Director wanted to make much stronger offer than the CEO would allow- like their hands were tied. They wanted to offer more, but they couldn't because the Senior Management Team wouldn't do it.
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care.
Interview Details – Long interview and hiring process. They are careful about finding the right match and that is respectable.
Interview Question – I would not say any questions were difficult to answer. They asked great questions. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – It was based on experience in the medical field and other factors. They gave me a range and my offer was in the top part of that range.
I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in November 2013.
Interview Details – You get called on the phone and set up an interview. You go to the interview and meet with three Managers. You have to pass with all three to move on.
Interview Question – What are your plans for the future and why should we decide you are the right fit for us. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None Negotiable .
Very Difficult Interview
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in November 2013.
Interview Details – Initial interview is a phone interview by the HR woman. If you pass that and you have good references then you are scheduled for a face to face interview with the Vice president. This was the hardest interview I've ever had in my life. Honestly she chewed me up and spit me out during my interview. She does this because of the nature of the business. If you pass her interview you meet with your divisional manager and you pretty much just do paperwork to come on board. With that said the VP is very nice after your interview when you start here. Honestly even if i wasn't offered the job, i learned alot about what to and not to say during an interview. I ultimately was offered a position but if i wasn't I took something positive away from it. In conclusion you don't get a job with the Branch, you earn your job with this branch!
Interview Question – The most difficult thing about the interview was the VP shooting down any kind of subjective answer to a question. Responses like I'm a hard worker or I'm very detail oriented will be countered with "that is subjective, can you give me something tangible". Also, honesty is appreciated, I told her one of the reasons I was fired from a past job and she didn't hold it against me. She was actually glad I was honest with her and understood the reason. Most difficult Answer Question
Negotiation Details – None they told you what the pay was and the bonus structure is. For entry level there really is no negotiation
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in November 2013.
Interview Details –
Was contacted initially after I responded to an ad on CareerBuilder. The market manager was very specific on the skillset they were looking for and the environment I was walking into.
The in-person interview was in the office so I could see the environment and ensure I was a fit with the team. I was asked about my skill set, what I would do in particular situations, and how I would tackle difficult clients. Post interview, I was asked for a second screening with a market manager in another city - this was done over the phone.
Interview Question – I was asked how I would respond to a candidate that was abandoned at the side of the road and needed to get to work View Answer
Negotiation Details – I was able to negotiate base salary and movement based on production.
Interviewed at Supplemental Health Care
Interview Details – THEY LIE! Hired me in order to use me even though they couldn't work me. Misled me about the benefits and when they couldn't work me FT hours the benefits ceased. Lied about their ability to keep me working. Misled me, lied to me, abused me.....have I used up all of my required 50 words yet?
Interview Question – They didn't ask me any diffiuclt questions.....just hired me to abuse me. Answer Question
I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in August 2013.
Interview Details – Initally, I submitted my resume and was called for an interview with the local Market Manager. At the in person interview, I spoke with the Market Manager, a Senior Staffing Manager, and the Market Manager for another team. It was nice to be able to ask three people some of the same questions to be sure that their answers lined up. After this interview, I was contacted for a phone interview with the Regional VP. This interview was somewhat shorter and lasted for about 20 min. Shortly after the phone interview, I was asked to come in for a few hours to make phone calls and see what the job was all about. It was a chance for me to see if I would really like to job and for them to see if I would be a good fit. It was just after the trial day that I was offered the job.
Interview Question – Most questions were pretty standard. Answer Question
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in August 2013.
Interview Details – I was contacted by Corporate Recruiting and walked through the simple application process. An interview was set up with management in the nearest office. My interviewer was pleasant and easy to speak to, I was able to relax and feel comfortable during the interview.
Interview Question – How would you react to someone on the phone who is upset or irate? View Answer
Negotiation Details – I had no experience in Recruiting and was pleased with the amount initially offered.
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 2 days - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in December 2012.
Interview Details – No interview process, just paperwork, credentials, forms all faxed to ma office
Interview Question – None Answer Question
Negotiation Details – no negotiation. They tell you what they'll pay and you either say no I'll go to another company, or you accept it.
Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at Supplemental Health Care in October 2012.
Interview Details – I was asked only to complete a lot of paperwork, drug screen, submit copies of licensers, TB testing, Titers. There were a few HIPPA things to read and sign off on. the only interview question was "when can you start?". They were a bit disorganized and it was important to keep track of what communication was needed next for things to come through to start you working.
Interview Question – There was not a single technical question other than what certifications I had. View Answer
Negotiation Details – They appeared very inflexible, but I later learned that I should have been much more aggressive in negotiating. it's possible I may have been reimbursed for more expenses especially. I strongly advise pushing hard and being prepared to walk away if they don't offer more than initial offer.
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