Trustmark Mutual Holding Company
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- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at Trustmark Mutual Holding Company full-time (less than an year)Pros
Trustmark is a great company to work for that cares about their employees' health and wellness. They stress work life balance by having 1/2 day Fridays, having an on-site gym with group classes offered before and after work as well as during lunch and having a cafeteria that serves healthy food that is very economical - a lot of the cost is subsidized by Trustmark. I love the culture and the people I work with, including management are truly a team and want everyone to succeed.Cons
I don't have anything negative to say other than I wish I had found this company earlier in my career!Advice to ManagementAdvice
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Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at Trustmark Mutual Holding Company in November 2014.Interview Details
I applied online through their website. After a few weeks, I received an email from one of their corporate actuaries, wanting to schedule a 30-minute phone interview with me.
The phone interviewer was absolutely horrible. It was obvious that her questions were scripted and I could hear her typing notes in the background. My phone interviewer gave no effort whatsoever to turn the interview into a conversation. Any questions or remarks I added were replied to with a curt "yeah..." or some other interjection that doesn't contribute anything!
When it was my turn to ask questions, I asked my phone interviewer what she thought the prospects of health actuaries were in the future due to the affordable health care act. She answered "it's going to be good..." At this point I wanted to hang up and pull my hair out. I asked this question to another health actuary in a different company and it led to a very detailed 10-minute answer and I was able to ask follow-up questions as well.
I ended up not receiving an offer, which is a real shame since my interview was heavily impacted by the poor interviewer. Now I truly understand what people mean by "interviewing is a two-way street"!Interview Questions
No OfferNegative ExperienceEasy Interview
- None, questions were all very basic and expected from an actuarial internship interview. Answer Question
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Since 1913, Trustmark has offered valuable employee benefits and remained true to a belief in staying close to the people it serves and in building long-lasting customer relationships. Today, more than 6,200 staff members are employed at Trustmark’s home office in Lake Forest, IL and its 46 regional and branch offices across the country and onsite at client locations...
Mission: Helping people increase well being through better health and greater financial security.
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