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KJT Group is proud to announce they are now a 100% employee-owned company. This announcement of the sale to the Employee Stock Ownership Plan & Trust (ESOP) was made to KJT Group employees at a special meeting held at the company’s headquarters in Honeoye Falls, NY.
KJT Group is pleased to welcome Pete Kuz, Vice President, Consulting Services; Keith Schoonover, Vice President, Research; and Scott Kirklin, Director, Qualitative Research.
KJT Group, Inc. is excited to announce three of its team members have been chosen to speak at three healthcare research conferences this June!
KJT Group, Inc. is proud to announce it is one of Rochester’s Top Workplaces 2019!
KJT Group is excited to announce two team members have been chosen to speak at Quirk’s Chicago on April 2nd-3rd, 2019!
KJT Group conducted Philip’s annual global sleep survey this year. The findings were released in a report titled, “The Global Pursuit of Better Sleep Health”. Results showed that nearly half of people’s sleep has worsened in the past five years; however, most have not sought help from a medical professional.
According to KJT Group’s most recent LightSource Poll, Americans have mixed, even contradictory, feelings about the value of opioids relative to usage risks. Read the full post to learn more!
KJT Group is pleased to announce Lynn Clement has been promoted to Chief Research Officer.
KJT Group is pleased to welcome Chris Carles, Vice President, Consulting Services; Christine Holcomb, Research Director; and Joe DiGregorio, Director, Research Operations.
KJT Group is excited to announce four of its team members and their clients have been chosen to speak at the Intellus Worldwide Institute on October 1st-2nd in Boston, MA!
KJT Group is proud to announce its sponsorship of the Rochester Community Player’s and WallByrd Theatre Co.’s production of The Two Gentleman of Verona as part of the Rochester Community Players’ “Free Shakespeare at Highland Bowl” program.