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Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
Chances are, other people have the same questions about us that you do. Take a look at some of the most commonly asked questions below. If you can't find the answers you're looking for, please don't hesitate in contacting us directly.Find Jobs
The Employment Process
Visit the Employment Process page for additional information.
Your profile will be the primary place to see information about your application(s) and tasks assigned to you throughout the process. We will communicate via email and phone as well. Choose an email address you check regularly. Emails may be delivered to your spam or junk folders, so be sure to check there. In order to receive all communications, keep your contact information in My Profile current.
You'll receive assessment information by email if the position you applied for requires pre-employment assessments.
The interview process varies based on position. The initial interview could be with Human Resources or the hiring manager and may take place in-person or over the phone.
Note: Professional attire is encouraged for all in-person interviews.
Yes. Job offers are contingent on a personal background check and drug screen. If your background check and drug screen produce satisfactory results, your offer will be finalized.
Although timeframes vary based on position, our goal is to make a prompt final decision once all candidates have been interviewed. A recruiter will provide details on the position you are seeking.
The Human Resources department is obligated by law to verify a new employee's identity and work eligibility within the first three days of employment. A recruiter may discuss this and other new employee questions with you at the time of the job offer. New employees receive a copy of Form I-9, which lists acceptable documents to bring to establish your identity and work eligibility.
Frequently Asked Employment Questions
Qualifications vary because of the range of career opportunities available. We look at multiple factors when considering candidates, including:
- Professional background
Some positions do require licensing. A recruiter will discuss licensing requirements during the interview process.
If you have an existing insurance or financial services license, the license would be reviewed to confirm it meets the requirements for the position.