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Very lonnnggg interview but it’s worth it. Received invitation for phone interview that lasted about 20 min then invitation for assessment. Got there at 10am didn’t leave until 3pm. If you pass the assessment you get a face to face interview, then role, them you will shadow someone for about 45 min, after that a hiring manager will come get you and basically ask the same questions from the first interview if they like you they hire you right then and there. You then do a hair follicle test and consent for a background!

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Just depends on when the next class starts. I was hired on May 3 drug, background and credit check came back May 13, next class doesn’t start til June 10th so about 10 days

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I made it and only type around 30 WPM. Stay calm and focus on one task at a time. They are going to give you three forms to record information. They will have simulated chat and simulated phone call all with information for you to enter in the appropriate box. Just put as much as you can in during the 60 seconds they give you for each one. Ignore the calls and chats that continue to pop up while you work on one.Finish it or when time runs out then start on the next. After round 1 and round 2 there will be typing test.

Next will be a role play exercise then you get to listen to calls with an actual person. Then your final interview with a manager.

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Was in a specialty untit, 5 years employed and they would not adjust my schedule by 1 hour so I could get my child from daycare on time

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Precisely, Geico does employ individuals with a fresh outlook in the insurance trade, becoming involved with new challenges ensures peserverance and perspective for the company.

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