Senior Benefits Analyst Interview Questions

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Mercer Health & Benefits Interviews

2 Senior Benefits Analyst Interview Questions and Reviews

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Aon Hewitt Interviews

2 Senior Benefits Analyst Interview Questions and Reviews

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Broadcom Interviews

1 Senior Benefits Analyst Interview Question and Review

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Jan 28, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Health & Benefits Analyst at Mercer:

“What is NOT on your resume that you would like me to know about you?”

Jan 20, 2014

Interview Question for Senior Health and Benefits Analyst at Mercer Health & Benefits:

“The most difficult question I received was if I planned on attending Grad School. It seemed a little like a trick question... 1. Did I value continuing education or 2. Did I plan on leaving them in…”

Aug 26, 2013

Interview Question for Senior Benefits Analyst at Ross Stores:

“There really weren't any. Although, when I interviewed with the VP, he asked if I felt that I could handle the job?”

Dec 22, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Compensation/Benefits Analyst at Onyx Pharmaceuticals:

“They were very through asking behavioral based questions to determine if I had the skillset I was applying for. I appreciate this line of questioning and was prepared.”

Aug 31, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Benefit Analyst/Supervisor at BSN medical:

“Where do you see yourself in 5-10 years. This is the most idiotic question a company can ask. ANSWER - "Hopefully working" due to the declining economy.”

Jun 4, 2012

Interview Question for Senior Benefit Analyst at Broadcom:

“What is your biggest weakness”

Dec 8, 2011

Interview Question for Senior Educators Benefits Analyst at Aon Hewitt:

“Tell me how you achieved your sales quota.”

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