At The Big Question Company we believe in the empowerment of investigators to provide training in the techniques, expertise and confidence to drive successful results for their teams and organisation.
A large proportion of investigators receive minimal training or no formal training at all which leads to uncertainty and confidence issues.
At The Big Question Company we believe in the empowerment of investigators. With our on-line or in-house training we can provide the techniques, expertise and confidence to drive successful results for their teams and organisation.
Are you happy your company’s reputation is not at risk? Are you confident your investigators are following policies in order to get to the truth? Are you happy with the results following a costly investigation? Do you worry that their training adequately covers your company if there was an Employment Tribunal or legal action taken?
Are your team of investigators worried about the interview and investigation stage? Do they shy away from conducting important interviews because they are unconfident in what to do? Do they often say they do not feel like they have received enough training? Do they adequately record and retain information?
Are your team of investigators unsure as to what they should be doing? Have they have been given a ‘rough guide’ and ‘training’ by a colleague but there is no clear structure to follow? Does this lead to lack of processes in the way they work? Are there important aspects being missed or perhaps, questions not being asked?
In September 2015, 193 world leaders agreed to 17 global goals for sustainable development. If these goals are completed, it would mean an end to extreme poverty, inequality and climate change by 2030. While we support all 17 Global Goals, our services are directly focused on improving Goal No. 8. ‘Decent work and economic strength.’
At The Big Question Company we believe in the empowerment and development of investigators. Providing exceptional training to employees creates decent and fulfilling jobs. In turn using sustained policies and procedures it can lead to creativity and entrepreneurship in the workplace.