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Info-Tech Research Group Overview

London, ON
201 to 500 employees
Company - Private
IT Services
$25 to $50 million (USD) per year
We are a full service IT and HR research and advisory firm focused on providing practical research solutions to help IT and HR professionals implement key projects and build core processes.

We help CIOs & CHROs and their teams drive ... Read more

Mission: Info-Tech Research Group will grow to become the largest research firm across the industry by providing unprecedented value to our clients.

Our Vision
Info-Tech Research Group will build the research firm of the future. We will provide ... Read more

Info-Tech Research Group Reviews

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    I have been working at Info-Tech Research Group full-time (More than a year)


    -Great company with lots of room for growth.
    -Challenging work that constantly tests your abilities and forces you out of your comfort zone.
    -Hard workers get rewarded
    -Managers really care about their people's happiness and development, (unlike what other reviews say)
    -Great approachable owner
    -great team spirit on good days
    -You get out what you put in.
    -Fast paced agile environment (can be a con for people who don't like change)
    -Very smart coworkers
    -decent perks


    -Sometimes can get very stressful.
    -Steep learning curve
    -Older employees are jaded and constantly bring up old history. They need to move on or move out
    -Some unmotivated, uneducated employees have egos, full of gossip, and take things too personally. Their laziness ruins it for the group.
    -Work for an owner and not a company. He means well, but the consequences of decisions aren't fully thought out
    -too many complainers and not enough problem solvers
    -favoritism exists
    -goals can be unrealistic
    -weak benefits
    -salary is average

    Advice to Management

    Things are really feeling better with most of the sour people gone. The new leadership is doing good things and really trying hard to right the past wrongs.

    -throw out all the lazy unmotivated people
    -Avoid micromanagement at all costs
    -Take care of the people who care about the success of the company. You need them when the going gets tough
    -Keep the middle managers happy. (they're the only ones keeping your organization together, if they leave you'll be crippled)
    -listen to the smart people who have ideas.

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Info-Tech Research Group Interviews



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    Associate Commercial Director Interview

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Info-Tech Research Group.


    Very straightforward, basic behavioural questions, tell me about yourself. Nothing crazy or too serious. Applied through a referral. The first step is a phone interview with HR and then you meet with the sales managers and people in the role right now.

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Info-Tech Research Group Awards & Accolades

  • Best Workplaces in Canada (50-999 Employees), Great Place to Work Institute, 2013
  • Best Workplaces in Canada (50-999 Employees), Great Place to Work Institute, 2012
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