Info-Tech Research Group Overview

  • www.infotech.com
  • London, Canada
  • 501 to 1000 Employees
  • 1997
  • Company - Private
  • IT Services
  • $100 to $500 million (USD)

We help CIOs achieve what they want most: measurable results. Info-Tech Research Group is the world’s fastest growing IT research and advisory company, proudly serving over 30,000 Information Technology professionals. We produce unbiased and highly relevant IT research to help ...
Mission: Info-Tech Research group will grow to become the largest research firm across the industry by providing unprecedented value to our clients.

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Info-Tech Research Group - Why Work With Us?

A unique employee experience:

Our biggest perk is working with high performing A-players!  However, here are some of the other things we offer:

  • Employee reward & recognition programs e.g. President's Club and Chairman's Club, X-Factor, Service Awards
  • Learning & development programs, e.g. Scholarship Program and a generous External Training & Development Program
  • Internal training programs, e.g. New Manager Training
  • Onsite gym & games room
  • Unique working environments, e.g. our historical Toronto Masonic Temple
  • Additional time off incentives, e.g. summer hours and soft close
  • Annual themed events, e.g. charitable giving
  • Access to robust IT & HR online research library
  • Lunch & Learn Sessions
  • Fresh fruit, tea, and coffee on the house

Employee Awards

We hire great people and we celebrate what they do.  Each July, we recognize our annual top performers throughout the business, across all departments from Sales Operations to Research and Consulting.  Team members are recognized for 'living our values' and their outstanding achievements.  This year's winners included individuals who have been with Info-Tech Research Group since its launch all the way to our highest performing new graduates.

 

Info-Tech Research Group Reviews

3.2
60%
Recommend to a Friend
70%
Approve of CEO
Joel McLean
Joel McLean
81 Ratings
5.0
Current Employee, more than 1 year

"Great place to work"

Mar 9, 2021 - Senior Software Developer in Toronto, ON
Recommends
Positive Outlook
Approves of CEO

Pros

Great work environment. Positive culture. Nice work life balance.

Cons

No concerns that I would like to mention
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Info-Tech Research Group Interviews

Experience
Positive59%
Negative28%
Neutral14%
Getting an Interview
Applied online44%
Employee Referral26%
Campus Recruiting15%
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  1. Leadership Role Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Canada
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    Negative Experience
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    Application

    I applied through an employee referral I interviewed at Info-Tech Research Group (Canada)

    Interview

    First off I did not apply for a job they reached out to me so you would expect a certain level of professionalism and consideration for your time. This was not the case.

    I did have a wonderful initial meeting with a senior-level HR contact. A subordinate was going to contact me for a follow-up meeting to further discuss a particular position she was the lead contact for. I did not hear from her so I took it upon myself to reach back out.

    Zahra Kadhem and I scheduled a time to connect. The meeting lasted 10 minutes. I felt as though the only reason she was speaking to me was that she was obligated to do so. Besides asking a few general entry-level questions she relayed that they were already at the final stage of selecting a candidate between 2 people. And that the person that was making the final decision is very busy but she would share my information and would update me on how they would like to proceed either way.

    Well, I have yet to hear back from her weeks later. Honestly, after reading all of the concerning reviews and speaking to a few of my contacts within my network I would have ended up not accepting a position if it were offered. I would advise others to do their due diligence before you decide to interview here.
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Info-Tech Research Group Awards & Accolades

  • Best Workplaces in Canada (50-999 Employees)Great Place to Work Institute2013
  • Best Workplaces in Canada (50-999 Employees)Great Place to Work Institute2012
  • Best Workplaces in CanadaGreat Place to Work Institute2009

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