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I worked at Cincinnati Financial as an internPros
the people are amazing fantastic learning opportunityCons
the totorials are pretty dry and hard to followRecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took 5 weeks – interviewed at Cincinnati Financial.Interview Details
Initially applied after finding the job listed on one of the typical job board websites that everyone searches. After submitting an application I was asked to do an assessment test based on work situations (typical behavioral stuff). They called me a week or so later and we set up an in person interview at their HQ in Fairfield.
The interviews themselves weren't hard necessarily, but they can tell if you are right for them. I ended up talking with them in actual conversation, as well as answering some of the normal situational/describe yourself questions.
Only reason my process took long was because I ended up getting referred for another trainee position in addition to the one for which I had originally interviewed.Interview Questions
Negotiation DetailsThey were up-front about the pay and benefits and expectations, so it was not a negotiable sort of position. That seems to be fairly typical with these trainee positions though.Accepted OfferPositive ExperienceEasy Interview
- Unexpected part was when I went in to interview personally at HQ in Fairfield. After I filled out a couple forms I got brought into a room and was told I would be taking the Wonderlic Test (aka- the test that football players take in the draft). Its a popular intelligence gauge, but it was definitely unexpected (and pretty cool)! Answer Question
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Cincinnati Financial Corporation (CFC) serves up a whole menu of insurance -- plain and simple or with extras if you like. The company's flagship Cincinnati Insurance (operating through three property/casualty subsidiaries) sells commercial property, liability, excess and surplus, auto, bond, and fire insurance; personal lines include homeowners, auto, and liability products. Subsidiary Cincinnati Life sells life, disability income, and annuities. The company's CFC Investment subsidiary provides commercial financing, leasing, and real estate services to its independent...