I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at WellPoint in April 2013.
Interview Details – Easy on call interviews. Mostly asking about the US healthcare mandates.
Negotiation Details – Didn't do negotitation as they offer what I expected.
I applied through a staffing agency and the process took 3 months - interviewed at WellPoint.
Interview Details – Process of organization: temporary to hire.
Negotiation Details – Minimal from temp to perm position
I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at WellPoint in July 2012.
Interview Details – You can submit your job application through wellpoint.com careers section. If you are chosen, recruiter will do a phone interview and notify you for further interviews by the hiring manager.
Interview Question – Nothing difficult Answer Question
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at WellPoint.
Interview Details – 4 interviews. 1 phone interview with HR. 3 with managers, directors, and team members. I was asked job specific questions, technology specific questions, and scenario/ critical thinking questions. Several questions regarding how I would approach fixing current problems being faced in the environment were asked. Interviewers were concerned with approach to problem solving, domain knowlege, and industry best practice.
Interview Question – A technical queston about a particular configuration on a storage platform. Answer Question
Reason for Declining – Commute was too far.
I applied online and the process took 3+ months - interviewed at WellPoint in March 2013.
Interview Details – I applied online, 3 wks later my application status changed to "under hiring manager review" on their website. 2 more wks later I got a call for an interview for another 2 wks later. That was 6 wks ago and never heard back from anyone. So a total of 14 wks. My application still says "under hiring manager review'.
Interview Question – The hiring manager called me and asked a lot of situational questions. Told me very little about the position. They were friendly. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at WellPoint in January 2013.
Interview Details – Applied online through monster. Got call for interview by email. The interview panel consisted of 2 person including the Head of Department. It was a shot interview process of around 20-25 minutes with questions on your experience in contracts. However, they required someone with more specific experience in healthcare industry. My resume never displayed experience in healthcare but was called...dont know why???
Interview Question – What experience do you have in healthcare contracts? View Answer
I applied online and interviewed at WellPoint.
Interview Details – The interview process involved multiple interview sessions, including a live meeting session and a group interview session. The process lasted about seven weeks and involved intensive questioning concerning management style, experience, sales strategy, grass roots efforts, and ethical considerations.
Interview Question – How would you achieve goals without company support View Answer
Negotiation Details – Very easy to work through
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at WellPoint.
Interview Details – I applied online via their website. A few months passes and I didn't hear anything, so I assumed they weren't interested. Then a recruiter emailed me and said my would-be boss wanted to do a phone interview. I had pretty much forgotten I even applied, so I was thrilled.
First I had a 30 minute phone interview. Basic and typical, but really good. Then they asked me to come in for a full day of interviews -- they just gave me a day the next week and told me I needed to be there from 8 a.m. - 3 p.m. I was sort of taken aback, since this is short notice, and I had a full-time job that I couldn't just leave whenever. But, I wanted this job a lot, so I made it work.
I guess I made it to the next round, because then they had be do phone interviews with even MORE people over the phone. It was annoying though because they once again just gave me a date and set up three interviews back to back. Even though they were on the phone, I still had to leave my office for a total of three hours to take them.
Then I was called into a final round of interviews with the same group of people I met the first time. It seemed silly because most of the people just flat out said to me, "Well, I feel like I know everything I need to about you..." and we just tried to make small talk to fill the time.
I had a final phone call with my would-be supervisor after that, and she told me they would decide by the end of the week. Three weeks passed -- and then I got a form email saying I wasn't selected. I felt that with as much time I put into the process, I should have at least gotten a feedback email from the hiring manager saying why I wasn't a fit or how I could have improved.
Interview Question – Several people asked me how I would handle dealing with their archaic technology, and why "someone so fun" would want to work for "a company like this." Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at WellPoint in June 2009.
Interview Details – Research the company to respond to pre-employment questions when submitting. Try to find a way to tie in any relevant work experience to match, as you are given points based on your answers. Only top 10% of candidates are forwarded to the hiring manager so you should review the job posting carefully and make sure you display your relevant experience using the same verbiage. Google any terms that are not familar to you, it may be an skill you have, but by different terminology. Interview are typically conducted with behavioral interview questions. Listen carefully and be sure to offer specific details in your responses. Don't be afraid to ask that the question be repeated or to ask that a question be skipped
Interview Question – Tell me about a time you didn't agree with a corporate decision...how did you respond. Don't say you've never disagreed with a company policy. The key is to acknowledge that you may not have agreed with something and even respectfully spoke up about it (if you did), but you understood that policies are made based on the big picture and that you supported it. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – External candidates should always counter offer because you may be offered the starting pay of the position, which is typically less than the median rate for that job level. So asking for about 10-15% more is beneficial. Internal candidates can only increase 17% from one job to the next. If the position is a significant increase from your current job, you may not be able to negotiate due to the internal policy.
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