I have been working at Euromonitor full-time (More than a year)
A great place to start a career and advance, while also challenging and different from day to day. A new(ish) career path with some details still to be worked out looks promising and the people are interesting. Work life balance is excellent.
Some team managers seem out of the loop and averse to change. Sometimes the company feels to HQ-centric.
Advice to Management
Follow through on initiatives and involve more people in planning them where possible. Retrain or move on from older managers who don't seem willing to change.
I applied through an employee referral. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at Euromonitor in April 2017.
Ladder interview, pre-screen phone call followed by an online "skill-test". I took an online skill test and the recruiter has gotten back with me in the very timely manner, saying that the role was very "competitive" and, unfortunately, I didn't make the cut. It was super nice of them to a) not leave me hanging b) let me know asap so that I can refocus my efforts on another company.