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Telecommuting. The company has many perks and great benefits. Fun environment. My co-workers are amazing. An overall food place to work.
Management could have more of an open door policy. Some employees are allowed to slack off on their job duties, even though it affects other's jobs.
Advice to Management
Be more proactive in communicating with the worker bees.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took a day – interviewed at Community Health Plan of Washington (Seattle, WA) in April 2012.
The recruiter was given notice of a few hours by the employer to notify the candidates of their interviews. Some were standard interview questions (strengths, weakness, describe past examples of work history that match the position interviewed for, etc.), but most centered on behavior scenarios. I though it was odd and I began to get the impression the job was more about working with difficult people than any particular skill set.
Later I learned there is quite a history of "strong employee personalties" that has made for an unpleasant work experience with a large employee turnover rate.
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