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Great place to work, surrounded by good people who care about what they do. The Capital Region is also a affordable as compared to major metropolitan areas. The whole company from the CEO down believe in providing excellent service to thier members. The company offers excellent benefits, health care, compensation, 401K, Flexable Spending Accounts, onsite gym and cafeteria.
The commute from the Northway is a pain and it is difficult to recruit qualified candidates to come to the Capital District.
Advice to Management
Keep improving the processes of delivering services to it's members and internal customers. share the strategic plan and vission throughout the organization.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Capital District Physicians' Health Plan.
I applied to this position through a local career services website. After about two weeks, I was contacted by the employer for a phone interview, which lasted about 30 minutes. Questions were very straightforward, asking for me to talk about the experience on my resume. After that, I was asked to come in for an in-person interview as soon as possible. At the in-person interview, I was introduced to the Human Capital Management staff. I "interviewed" twice while I was there; once with the HCM Manager and once with both the HCM Manager and the Director of Human Capital Management. I received a call after a couple days offering me the position.
- As I was walking through my resume with the Director, some of the experience that I hadn't included on my resume was brought up. I was surprised when the Director asked me more about the experience I hadn't included and was interested in learning about it. Answer Question
I was not able to negotiate because the position was an entry-level type position.
Capital District Physicians' Health Plan (CDPHP) is an independent, not-for-profit health plan serving some 350,000 members in about 24 New York counties. It offers employer-sponsored and individual managed care plans (including HMO, PPO, and consumer-directed plans), as well as a Medicare Advantage plan for seniors. The company's coverage include full coverage for some preventive medical services, as well as options for covering prescription drugs, dental work, and vision services. CDPHP also provides wellness programs that help members with weight loss, smoking...