Millennium Research Group Employee Reviews about "culture"
41% would recommend to a friend
(6 total reviews)
70% approve of CEO
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- "I really appreciate the fantastic company culture, fun atmosphere, amazing colleagues and work/life balance." (in 5 reviews)
- "Decent people to work with" (in 4 reviews)
- "The corporate culture here is amazing, and it's refreshing to see a company constantly try to improve and fight for their employees." (in 3 reviews)
- "Pay was low, tasks can be quite menial at times, and people move in and out of the company all the time." (in 8 reviews)
- "7% of your salary which will start in the 40" (in 8 reviews)
- "all he did was fire the experienced managers and hire fresh sociology/arts grads, as if they are medical device experts." (in 3 reviews)
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- 3.0Mar 20, 2014AnalystFormer EmployeeToronto, ON
Great opportunity for new grads in healthcare/market research/consulting. youthful/friendly culture and your colleagues become great connections in the future. location (downtown core) is great.
some issues with long hours, comparatively low pay, slow growth (in terms of promotion), and micromanagement.1
- 5.0Aug 7, 2014DirectorCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsToronto, ON
You can not ask for smarter, more helpful, fun colleagues than those you would find here! The corporate culture here is amazing, and it's refreshing to see a company constantly try to improve and fight for their employees. There is a lot of opportunities and growth in the company, especially since they amalgamated with Decision Resources Group, which allows you to work with people in global offices (London, UK, Hong Kong, Manhattan, Boston, etc.). Having an office in Yorkville and right off the subway line is super convenient too!
There is a lot of change in the company, again, especially since the amalgamation with DRG, and that raises a lot of questions, But the management team in Toronto spends a lot of time talking to employees explaining the change and really having an open door where you feel comfortable talking to them, and folks appreciate that. It might be nice if the DRG leadership team spends more time with employees to have these conversations, but the online quarterly town halls also work. Compensation could be higher, but the work-life balance, great colleagues, great benefits, and great programs help balance that out.3
- 5.0Aug 19, 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeToronto, ON
There are lots of opportunities to expand your skill set and grow your career! As the company continues to evolve, you are constantly challenged and are able to move up and take on additional responsibilities. I really appreciate the fantastic company culture, fun atmosphere, amazing colleagues and work/life balance.
MRG has now integrated with Decision Resources Group, and the amount of change can be overwhelming for some, but it's a really interesting time to be at the company. New processes and systems are being implemented to support growth, and with that comes along a few bumps in the road, but they're on the right path.1
- 3.0Nov 4, 2014AnalystFormer Employee, more than 1 yearToronto, ON
People are young. The culture is open. The salary is on the lower side comparing peers in the industry.
Management does not seem to have a better long term view of the company.1
- 5.0May 8, 2011Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeToronto, ON
Room for growth Great culture Allows innovation Hires the best
It is a fast paced environment, with a lot of changes. If you want a laid back environment, then MRG may not be the best fit.
- 4.0Dec 22, 2012AnalystCurrent Employee, more than 1 year
Bright and engaging coworkers, laid-back and friendly work environment, flexible hours. Because it's a small company, everyone is always very supportive and happy when big sales are made, projects are completed, or reports are published. Very team-oriented, "we're all in this together" kind of attitude.
Pay is below average for this kind of position. This factor, and the lack of opportunity for growth (as is the case with most small companies), is one of the main reasons people leave after a year or so. It's unfortunate, because it seems like almost everyone loves the work culture and would be happy to stay otherwise.