- Arts & Design
- Customer Services & Support
- Finance & Accounting
- Human Resources
- Information Technology
- Media & Communications
- Military & Protective Services
- Product & Project Management
- Research & Science
- Retail & Food Services
- Skilled Labor & Manufacturing
- United States - All Cities
- - Texas
- - Waco, TX Area
- - Dallas-Fort Worth, TX Area
- - Houston, TX Area
- - Florida
- - Lakeland, FL Area
- - Missouri
- - Columbia, MO Area
- All Candidates
- Received Offer Only
Interviews at Wardlaw Claims Service
Interviews for Top Jobs at Wardlaw Claims Service
- Most Recent
- Oldest First
- Most Difficult
I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Wardlaw Claims Service (Atlanta, GA) in Aug 2015
There is no process, only just apply to be put on their deployment roster for State farm or Liberty Mutual Assignments. so,if you have previously worked for these insurance carriers, then you will not have a problem getting deployed.
- no questions, just have previous State Farm exp.
I applied through an employee referral The process took 5 days. I interviewed at Wardlaw Claims Service (Atlanta, GA) in Jul 2015
Phone call and ask about experience. Ask when I would be available and to complete the employment package and return. Given report date. That was it. I had experience and they were ready to hire.
- How long have you been an adjuster and what area. Wanted to know if I could report in two weeks and what my salary would be. No eal questions other than experience.
I applied in-person. The process took 3 days. I interviewed at Wardlaw Claims Service (Dallas, TX) in Jan 2015
not informative, management not prepared, no real question seemed like a play along scenario. false promises and no team atmosphere, no accountability what so ever. No direction in leading and getting on-site managers effective training and allowing to teach the craft.
- nothing really
I applied through other source. I interviewed at Wardlaw Claims Service (United States) in Jun 2014
Interviews done by "managers" who have no experience in the positions in which they are hiring adjusters for, subsequently inexperienced adjusters are hired, by inexperienced managers. Interviews are exclusively phone, no relevant questions asked. Interview was mainly discussing being an adjuster, the weather, sports, etc.
- No relevant questions asked.
I applied through an employee referral The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Wardlaw Claims Service in Jul 2008
I was referred by an employee of Wardlaw. I interviewed with the Claims Operations manager and was offered a position handling claims over the phone. Wardlaw was good to work for, except, they pay their adjusters only after the carriers have paid them. This tends to be a long process, especially during non-catastrophe times. They do allow draws against what has been turned in up to a certain percentage. This percentage is "unwritten" and tends to be based on longevity and total amount owed.