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Product Analyst Interview

Anonymous Employee
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Interview Details

Phone interview then if contacted back, you get invited to the HQ for the day consisting of 3 interviews and a lunch. Before the Interviews you take an analytical exam of math and reading.

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  • Fairly straightforward. Resume, behavioral, and trying to get to know what projects you have been involved.   Answer Question
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    Product Analyst Interview

    Anonymous Employee  in  Hartford, CT
    Anonymous Employee in Hartford, CT
    Application Details

    I interviewed through a recruiter. The process took 2 days - interviewed at Travelers Companies in July 2008.

    Interview Details

    The entire interview process took almost 2 months. I had a very brief discussion with a recruiter (head hunter) who cold called me and then asked me to send my resume, which I did. I was then called by a recruiter on the HR team from home office and had a pretty lengthy phone interview with him really giving me more information (company structure, job responsibilities, etc...) than I was giving him. He then scheduled a phone interview with a member of the department I would be reporting to, this was a pretty extensive phone interview (30 - 45 minutes), with lots of questions about projects I had worked on, analysis approaches, challenges, etc... I also asked him about relationships with other departments, responsibilities, etc. The recruiter I spoke with also passed me off to a recruiter for another department, so I did a second phone interview with her. They then scheduled me to come onsite for 2 days of interviews (one for each position). The personal lines area had an extensive battery of computer analytical exams, as well as 4-5 one-on-one interviews with various director- and AVP-level associates. I also had a lunch with one of the AVPs. The day ended with some really odd personal questions with an HR employee for the department, along with a brief explanation of their benefits program. This process was very exhausting. The 2nd day was with the commercial department and was all one-on-one interviews with pretty dynamic and interesting members of their team (all levels). This included a lunch with a mid-level manager, which I found very interesting, candid, and honest.

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    • What are 3 things you would do with a brick if I gave you one right now?   Answer Question
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