Diversify or die! Field interviewing has had its day: expensive, inaccurate, time-consuming, and far better carried out online or by phone. Unfortunately, face-to-face, field interviewing, is Kantar's raison d'etre, and they've never been really good at it! Not the worst but definitely not the best, and questionnaires often of such poor quality that kids at school could do better. So poor that anything similar used for HND coursework would fail. Half the project managers got where they are through blagging it. You need to remember, very few organisations continue to rigorously check qualifications once you're in, other than the Civil Service. There are many people in top paid, professional jobs, who've lied about their qualifications to get where they are!
Difficult to conduct face to face interviews in current Covid 19 environment - model will probably change to on line or telephone interviews
Its a big company they have a successful future
Uncertain of future in Kantar as they would not raise my salary when promised
Don't think top bosses realise the set up at street level. It was dangerous, and before long an interviewer could be seriously hurt or even killed.
Help jobseekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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