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Investment Technology Group, Inc. was a United States-based multinational agency brokerage and financial markets technology firm aimed at a hedge fund and asset management clientele. One of the first suppliers of electronic trading services, ITG launched the industry’s second anonymous electronic trade matching system, POSIT, in 1987 (Instinet Cross was launched in 1986).

A former employee shares his experience on, "Lack of support and training at ITG inc. Job security is poor. Pay does not match work responsibilities. Lack of workplace culture. Work responsibilities would change without any notice or training."


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Commercial and Residential Cable Technician (Former Employee) says

"everyday work around 10 to 14 hours and although they pay by piece work the average wage is $ 300 to $ 400 weekly .they believe the technician is a slave who has no familycompany truck, they pay for gaslong time in the field, little money .trate the tech as a stupid"

Supervisor (Former Employee) says

"when it was Burlington industries it was the best place to work. mangers and supervisors were treated as if you were part of a team. you was respected and your opinion counted. itg does not care about our opinion or anything else about you. they dictated to you on what to do no mater if it was right or wrong.was the best company to work for ( BURLINGTON IND.)it becme the worst company to work for ( ITG)"

Manager (Current Employee) says

"While the new CEO has a great vision for the firm, and has made good choices in reorganizing the firm, most people have too much on their plate and simply can't get things done. Key people are in back-to-back meetings all day, making it difficult to gain their input to move work forward. Many folks in my area are showing signs of burnout and turnover is a significant problem."

Senior Analyst (Former Employee) says

"long stay, new leaders so doesn't really matter. you make your place how you want to make your place. downtown location really was not great for upper nyc residents"

Administrative Support (Former Employee) says

"Paid health care - no 410 k - minimal pto allowance Office / work space very old and in need of updating Good place to gain experience, management is generous with training and skills development for employees who desire to advance their career."

Principal QA Analyst (Former Employee) says

"Benefits and pay package is competitive but the management is not what it used to be. The high deductible insurance plan is not really family friendly.Balanced pay packageUneven hiring and retention policies"

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