I worked at TIGI full-time (More than 3 years)
Great people to work with, always having fun , fitness during work time
not close enough to home, got made redundent
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 2 weeks. I interviewed at TIGI (London, England) in July 2016.
Very casual- more of a discussion than an interview and a lot of being shown around. I was not offered the job and the reason given was that I wasn't experienced,but I was interviewed for a placement (experience isn't meant to be a prerequisite). There is no HR within the London office (they are owned by Unilever and applications go through there) and when I sat down for the interview the team head who interviewed me was writing out the job description because apparently the functions had yet to be decided. My take is that this is a great place to work most likely, but not as a graduate, since they don't seem to have any training plan, are disorganised and want experience even for a placement.
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