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Ipsos Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Didier TRUCHOT
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $1bn to $5bn (CAD)
  • Industry
  • Headquarters
    Amstelveenseweg 760 1081 JK Amsterdam
  • Link
    Ipsos website
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 743 reviews and is evolving.



Interviewer in Winnipeg, MB
on 23 June 2022
High performance expectations for little reward
As an interviewer, it's repetitive, can be high stress during busy times, and boring at any time. Most of the time you'll be doing a lot talking and listening, recording information, proof reading your input. You do gain some skills but not well-rounded and not super transferrable. There is way too many slow downs to the point of being forced to reduce hours and shifts. You're not assigned nor ever trained to do any other activities other than be on the phones. Since people are more wary of cold calls it's been harder to encourage participation and many of the projects are struggling. Upper management is putting a lot of strain and stress on lower management and interviewers, which is causing burn out and low morale. I can't see this industry, in the way it is being operated, sustainable into the future. There are other departments at this company. The call centre is where many start out. The pay is way too low to be able to cope with the hours cuts. In that aspect, I do not recommend this job as a sole-income.
Executive Level Market Research Interviewer in Remote
on 24 June 2022
Good work, just not for me
It involves calling people and asking them to fill out surveys through the phone. I worked there for about a month and realized it was not a good fit. You call high-level executives and most of the time they tell you they are too busy. The staff was great and very supportive but again I only worked there for about a month. The pay is good and it is work from home which is great. The nature of the job was not for me though.
Market Research in Winnipeg, MB
on 10 June 2022
Excessive micro managing
Micro managing and management does nothing for the employees and does not listen to concerns. Heavy workload but very minimal salary and no room for improvement/promotion. Same management since decades ago.
Senior Manager in Toronto, ON
on 31 May 2022
Biggest MR agency of Canada
Slow growth, not enough learning opportunities. No bonuses, not enough monetary appraisals. Currently remote but will be back in the office from September
Data Entry Clerk in Winnipeg, MB
on 24 April 2022
Pretty decent
Worked there for over a decade and it was a good office environment to work in. Pretty laid back environment when I worked there, for the most part. Quiet and allowed you concentrate on your work and tasks at hand.

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