I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at UnitedHealth Group in June 2011.
Interview Details – I applied online for the position, I was emailed a may be a potential candidate for the positon and was asked to take an online assessment. After I passed the online assessment, I was emailed 2 days later and asked to verify my application information and take a onsite assessment. After passing the onsite assessment, I was told to schedule a interview with the human resources testing administrator. I scheduled an interview for 2 days later which consisted of mainly behavioral questions. After I was told by the interviewer, she will recommend me for a manager interview. The next week she followed up with me scheduled a Manager interview, I was told after the management interview (behavioral questions), I will be contacted in a couple days about my application status and the next steps, if any I need to take. I recieved a call 2 days later from Human resources offering the position to me, contingent on a sucessful background check and drug testing.
Negotiation Details – It was easy to negotiate. I have my bachelors degree, and I am pursuing my Masters degree in Human resources. They start off at a base salary for the position and go up with education and experience, since I have several years of experience, they offered me a great salary over the base pay rate amount.
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