I have been working at Investigo full-time (More than 3 years)
Investigo is a great culture to be part of. It is open, honest and there are no egos. Decisions are made quickly and if the staff suggest sensible changes, the guys at the top listen and make it happen.
Nothing significant to speak of. We seem to have lost some experienced faces recently, so we need to make sure the newer talent is up to speed quickly.
Advice to Management
Market research on our brand may be a useful idea? Having worked elsewhere, I can confidently say we are one of the few businesses that is exactly what it says on the tin. Given the awards and accolades we have won, I am baffled by we don't have more recruiters knocking on our door.
I applied online. I interviewed at Investigo (London, England (UK)) in April 2017.
I went to the first stage around [April 2017] interview where it was light hearted and looked like things were going smooth. Both interviewers seemed to be genuinely interested in hiring me, so as a result called me in for a second [final] interview. When I went to the second interview the person who was supposed to be interviewing me decided to go golfing without arranging someone to cover my interview. I sat waiting in the room for 20 minutes before informing one of the receptionists that I was yet to be seen, it then took someone to come and see me another 10 minutes. To make things worse she didn’t apologize for keeping me waiting and instead foolishly told me how their colleague who was supposed to interview me went on a golfing trip. On top of this, she seemed to be flustered which was due to the fact that she didn’t bother to read my CV and because to her shortcomings and embarrassments decided to cut the interview short. I was then told via phone that I didn’t get the job and gave me a basic/biased reasoning stating, “I appeared uninterested in the role”.
AVOID AT ALL COST, they are unorganized, unprofessional and lack decorum.