I have been working at Infogroup full-time (More than 3 years)
Lots of flexibility, freedom, and ability to push good ideas forward and get what needs to be done, done. Willing to do things the right way and listens to their people.
Nearly impossible to get a raise. Promotions are highly unlikely. Good people get bad reviews because of corporate "stacked" shenanigans. High turn over due to lack of compensation, Wont backfill positions, puts too much work on too few people. While they are understanding and doing their best, Yesmail is handcuffed by Infogroup who refuses to reward employees for innovation.
When asked, "What are we going to do to retain talent?"
The CEO smugly replied, "Well, you get a paycheck."
Advice to Management
Break away from Infogroup or find a way to get them to stop micromanaging the money. You're losing good people to corporate nonsense.
You are not the problem, Yesmail. It's your big brother, Infogroup.
I applied through a recruiter. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Infogroup (Burlington, MA).
Very simple questions by management for an extremely delicate role within the company. It was clear management did not share the same skill set as those that they are managing. Terrible screening process.