Very Easy Interview
I applied through a recruiter and the process took 1 week - interviewed at eHealthInsurance Services in September 2013.
Interview Details – Met rep at job fair. Applied online & interview set up. The male "supervisor" (& I use that term loosely) gave me the dullest interview ever. I was actually trying to liven him up & make him smile & got him to smile twice! I cringe to think of his management with the company. Told me that several successful people working there had backgrounds similar to mine. Then told me at the end that I wasn't a good fit due to relationship type selling, as if that's all that I know, having been in sales my entire career. Also admitted to me a flaw in his management. Did not touch at all on my sales strengths, to find out that I am a top performer & always make my way to #1.
Interview Question – Generic type questions delivered in a boring tone. Easy to answer. View Answer
I applied online - interviewed at eHealthInsurance Services in February 2013.
Interview Details – It is a series of interviews. They take place back to back. If the HR person accepts you as a candidate then you meet with a training manager. As you pass that interview then one of the Sales Managers meet with you. After passing that interview then the HR person returns and offers the position to you.
Interview Question – Normal questions nothing out of the ordinary. Answer Question
Negotiation Details – This is what we are offering.
Pros: Solid management. Paid training and licensing is all good. They even pay a pro-rated portion of monthly bonus while training, after you pass state license test. Management and superviser do their best to assist people. – Full Review
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