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Gartner is a large company with a strong track record of success. They didn’t cut many jobs during covid, and in general are fairly well run. The people are very nice and smart. Where the company lacks is compensation and promotion at lower levels. There is a lot of middle management and the promotion timeline is long. Additionally, gartner pays less than consulting despite being pretty similar to it.
Work life, people
As a remote Account Executive, there are inherent challenges that come with the role, but they are easily overcame with proper guidance and leadership. The benefits are very good, with a stellar HRA matching plan, low cost insurance, and 4% 401k matching. Worst part of the job is that there are too many redundant internal meetings which are very hum drum. Most enjoyable part of the job is that Gartner's name is strong enough to open many doors for CIO's and other high level contacts.
Great place to work but the salary is not great for cost of living. It is a very collaborative workplace and the benefits are great along with the work life balance offered.
benefits and collaboration
salary low for cost of living
One's experience at Gartner truly depends on one's manager. While the performance review process is a 360-degree one, there are some managers there that have no business directing the activities of employees. Other managers are superb. I
Remote Work, Good Benefits
Some positions require excessive travel
Gartner is a good place to work but they are known for underpaying their employees. The workplace culture used to be very flexible, with work at home options, but it is now going through a change and is much more strict.
Good place to work
Gartner is worth relocating for- all the effort you'll put into moving, training, mastering your role, etc will bring you so much personal growth. If you can make it here, you can make it anywhere. My advice is to go for it. If it's not a long-term fit for what you want to do/where you want to be, you can make a change later. There are a lot of great people who work here, and Fort Myers really grows on you.
Gartner brand, benefits, industry
A lot of flexibility and great employee benefits. Gartner promotes from within and honestly is a great place to work. They truly care about your growth within the organization and try and find a career path that would best for each employee.
Working remote, great culture, and promtes from within
not a lot of new internal positions in the Chicago office
Great place to establish a great sales career. Excellent training and people that truly care about your development. Work culture is something that is very important to them and they strive to keep everyone happy and productive.
Training, Benefits, Work-life balance
Performance based promotions can be hard if you are in an under-performing business unit
This is very much a cookie cutter place to work. I you are over 40 you will not fit in. The managers are very young and inexperienced. The benefits and the building are about all the place has going for it.
Nice building, decent pay and benefits.
Very much a 25 year old person company. The meetings are rampant, the culture is almost cult like.
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I've worked many types of jobs with many types of managers in my life as I have been working since I was 16. I have never met a more incompetent management team then the management at Gartner. And while the leadership at the top was OK. Middle management is grossly incompetent.
Excellent company, with great people, good salary benefits and mazing work life balance. good career growth opportunities and cab facility also available.
Growth at all cost model. Culture changing as the business realizes organic opportunities as slowing - so company is starting to slowly chip away at employee rewards/benefits/etc. High turnover so very inexperienced managers many are totally unqualified for roles. Core business of research is solid - other business units lack focus, funding, and business support.
Consulting is a difficult environment with a small number of really good consultants and a very large number of generalist consultants. Leadership has historically been focused on hitting monthly numbers at all costs and often to the detriment of the project teams. It is extremely difficult to take vacation and effectively if you do you have to make it up at some point during the year or you will miss your utilization targets. Pay is below market for several key specialty areas and HR does not incorporate upticks for specialties in compensation models. Annual review process is opaque and heavily reliant on hitting utilization and other financial targets above all else. Overall the project work can be rewarding given the right project teams and management.
Opportunity to collaborate with a lot of very smart people. Clients understand the value of the intellectual capital they are receiving. Good opportunity for advancement and competitive benifits
Excellent President Club trips and great benefits
Ramp up time takes longer than most companies, It is about making internal and external relationships.