- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
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The pension plan was generous. Work/life balance and personal life were protected. Lots of nice things were done for the employees, such as summer picnics. Great benefits. Contrary to everyone thinking that non-profit companies don't pay as much of a salary, SelectHealth is up to date with the market.
People that get in with the company stay there. Because of that co-workers in other departments were difficult to work with and often times would not respond to requests for help in a timely manner that allowed for continuation of your own work. Highly stressful most of the time. The health insurance industry is highly regulated which makes work processes bloated and change almost non-existent.
Advice to Management
Management thinks their workers are a "happy bunch" but coworkers can be very rude to one another and much of that goes unnoticed. Be more involved in the day to day operations. If there is a bad apple in the group, don't hang on to them because they have insurance industry experience. They most likely are miserable and stressed out and that spreads to everyone else. Also, enforce the company's values or don't have them at all.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
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I applied online. The process took a day – interviewed at SelectHealth (Murray, UT) in February 2014.
The interview panel was only two individuals. They were very clear and approachable throughout the interview. The questions were similar to those I have experienced in other jobs and were generally behavior based questions. The facility was nice and everyone seemed to be very happy. I was accompanied by someone to and from the interview and everyone involved was very professional.
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