- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
I worked at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina as an intern (Less than a year)
The company cares about your work/life balance and encourages a healthy lifestyle. There are many opportunities for growth through company workshops, intern lunches, and feedback process.
some slow times as an intern, have to ask for more work. Also has the corporate culture in which everything needs to be approved and projects can have long turnaround time.
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I applied online. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Blue Cross and Blue Shield of North Carolina (Chapel Hill, NC (US)) in May 2014.
I had a 3-step interview. Step one was a phone interview with talent acquisition. Step two was a phone interview with the hiring manager, and step three was an in-person interview with the hiring manager, the department director, and another manager from the department.
For each step, they asked STAR questions, Situation, Task, Activity and Result. In other words, they would ask for a scenario where I had to resolve a conflict with a coworker or customer. I would answer by providing the situation, what was required of me, what I actually did, and the result of the situation. I actually prefer this kind of questioning as it gives a clear structure to the interview process and helps both the interviewer and interviewee focus on results-oriented questioning. Even if the company isn't using this method for interviewing, I would recommend using STAR to respond to their questions.