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30+ days ago

VP - CIO Research

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

We are known for our innovative culture and have been named five times as one of the 50 Best Workplaces in Canada by Canadian Business Magazine. We… Info-Tech Research Group


9 days ago

Senior Manager, ERP/HRIS Research

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

Info-Tech Research Group is the world's fastest growing information technology and HR research and advisory company, proudly serving over 30,000 IT… Info-Tech Research Group


30+ days ago

Manager/Director, Product Development & Innovation

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

• Successful candidates should be confident & excited about the opportunity to re-design how traditional IT consulting operates and delivers value… Info-Tech Research Group


30+ days ago

Commercial Director, Sales - McLean and Company

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

We've been named one of the 50 Best Workplaces in Canada and we've grown quickly by attracting some of the brightest minds in the industry. We listen… Info-Tech Research Group


30+ days ago

Account Manager, Member Services

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

We are known for our innovative culture and have been named five times as one of the 50 Best Workplaces in Canada by Canadian Business Magazine. We… Info-Tech Research Group


29 days ago

Administrative Assistant - Diagnostics

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

The Administrative Assistant will ensure the efficient day-to-day operation of the Diagnostic Delivery Team, while supporting the work of management… Info-Tech Research Group


30+ days ago

Coordinator - Organizational Effectiveness

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

The HR Diagnostic Coordinator will manage project timelines, code surveys, track the delivery of surveys, review survey responses and document… Info-Tech Research Group


2 days ago

Senior Software Developers – new

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

Here at Info-Tech we pride ourselves on a work hard, play hard mentality; we also care about our local community and sponsor a wealth of large and… Info-Tech Research Group


8 days ago

Business Analyst - Sales Operations

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

Strategy & Planning • Collaborate with project managers and project sponsors to determine project scope and vision. • Clearly identify project… Info-Tech Research Group


30+ days ago

Manager, Consulting

Info-Tech Research Group Toronto

Info-Tech Research Group is the world's fastest growing information technology and HR research and advisory company, proudly serving over 30,000 IT… Info-Tech Research Group


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Joel McLean
14 Ratings
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    Former Employee - Business Development Associate in Toronto, ON (Canada)
    Former Employee - Business Development Associate in Toronto, ON (Canada)

    I worked at Info-Tech Research Group full-time (Less than a year)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
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    Pros

    - They hired a bright young team of go-getters
    - Invested a lot of time into training staff
    - Great office space

    Cons

    - There was a huge disconnect between mid-level and upper management.
    - Poor communication from management created a lot of uncertainty and resentment from staff, which resulted in almost a 100% turnover rate in BDAs in their first year.
    - The position and growth opportunities discussed in the job description and interviews were very different from reality
    - Company was unwilling to invest in the proper technology to help reps hit target.
    - Promotions based solely on 'booked appointments' and did not take into account past experience, how well reps spoke on the phone or the fact that different territories are more challenging than others.

    Advice to Management

    Upper and lower management need to get on the same page. When middle management is telling the staff one thing and then constantly being overruled by upper management it is hard have any trust or respect for the company.

    Further more, upper management needs to take into account that the staff members are human beings and need to be treated as such. You cannot run a business if you only care about numbers. If upper management would take the time to get on the same page with middle management and take into account the human element of managing it would do a lot to build morale and keep young staff engaged and with the company.

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