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Gartner Employee Reviews

Pay attention to how companies handled COVID

Senior Event Manager (Former Employee) - Stamford, CT - May 8, 2021

One month into COVID, Gartner let go of about half of their events team. We were not told of any efforts by the company to try to keep staff employed. Folks who had been with the company for 15+ years were let go, and now all those roles are open again, and Gartner won’t even interview those former employees.
This is not the place to be if you’re hoping for a company that cares about its employees. It’s not the place to be if you’re looking for diversity in leadership. It’s not the place to be if you want to feel secure in your role in the event of another pandemic.
Gartner had the potential to do the right thing; they made more money during the pandemic on virtual events than they made in the year prior with live events. And they STILL let go so many hardworking, loyal associates. They should be ashamed and honestly hope the CEO loses sleep at night over the salary he kept while his former employees struggled to buy groceries.

Pros

Travel during a normal year

Cons

Cliquey teams, no diversity in leadership, no job security, no WFH flexibility for events teams

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Get to Know Gartner

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Why Gartner

The power of potential

Our success is fueled by the unique traits of our people. We’re optimistic, flexible, always improving, and we combine curiosity with teamwork to get results.

You’ll join an inclusive community of incredibly talented people who push you to be your best, making personal and professional growth inevitable. If you’re inspired by a challenge, this is the place to reach your full potential.

Our Culture

How we work and what we believe

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Impact clients’ most critical priorities

As the pace of change accelerates, we are united in our mission to serve clients in every functional area of the enterprise.

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Do the right things and great results will follow

We know the right things to do, but have limited time. We focus on the actions with the highest impact that deliver great results.

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Embody a no-limits mindset

We recognize and continually adapt to change. A no-limits mindset enables us to see opportunities where others don’t.

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Make fact-based decisions

Data and analytics support every decision we make to help us identify and solve problems, prioritize and uncover new opportunities.

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Think and act objectively

Our clients depend on us for independent insight, free from bias, so they can make the right decisions with confidence.

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Prioritize relentlessly

There are more good ideas than time to act on them. Relentless prioritization is essential to maximizing our effectiveness.

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Get better, faster, stronger every year

We are systematic about driving continuous improvement to innovate, strengthen our capabilities and capture market opportunity.

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Win as a team

We each play a critical role in our collective success. When we work together, we accomplish more than what is possible individually.

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Embrace diversity and be inclusive

We’re committed to diversity, equity and inclusion, and we ensure people are treated with respect and can reach their full potential.

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Be humble, be hungry

We are unapologetically results-driven. We celebrate our successes — but we never rest on our laurels and continue to reach higher.

Associate Testimonials

“You learn new things every day from colleagues, from the experts and from your clients. The quality and impact of what we can deliver is world-class, which means you can make a real difference in the world.”

“I think the most exciting part of my career at Gartner is that I get the opportunity to learn, practice and equip myself with the most well-known methodologies and most advanced innovations and know-how. ”

“Every organization says that people are their most important asset. I witnessed our CEO and leaders “walk the talk” — especially, in a year of unprecedented change, by keeping the health, safety and well-being of our associates as their top priority. ”

Our Benefits

Work works better when life is lived well

We offer innovative and inclusive benefit programs that support your physical, financial and emotional well-being, so you can live well — in all aspects of your life.

Be Well

Be well

Choose from comprehensive healthcare plans that offer preventive care, physical and mental wellness programs and flexible care options.

Plan Well

Plan well

Save, plan ahead and invest in your future with retirement, insurance, employee discount and stock purchase programs.

Live Well

Live well

Enjoy generous time off to rest and recharge, spend time with family or ensure they’re taken care of through dependent care programs.

Grow Well

Grow well

Access e-learning resources and ongoing training to further your professional development and prepare for future roles.

Our culture is the product of talented people, big ideas and diverse thought.

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Do well and do good

We empower associates to give back to the communities and causes that matter most to them through our Global Community Engagement program. Learn more in our 2020 Corporate Responsibility Report.

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Together as one

Learn how we’re creating a culture of equity, inclusion and belonging that enables us to get better, faster, stronger every year.

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If you plan on hitting the job hunting trail in 2016, or at least sniffing around a bit, a new report from Glassdoor is loaded with employee-derived information to help narrow your choices. By sifting through and analyzing the massive amounts of data submitted by workers through its ratings and reviews, Glassdoor was able to compile a comprehensive list of the 50 best places to work in America, as we head into 2016.

The report bases its conclusions off of ratings submitted by employees on a one through five scale. An employee submitting a ‘5’ for their employer, for example, would be classified as ‘very satisfied’, whereas a ‘1’ would mean they were ‘very dissatisfied’. By compiling and analyzing those ratings, Glassdoor put together their final list.

“The Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards are the only workplace awards that recognize employers where people love to work solely based on the authentic voice of those who really know a company best – the employees. For anyone hoping to find a job and company they love, these companies stand tallest for providing outstanding work environments and company cultures,” Robert Hohman, Glassdoor CEO and co-founder said in a press release. “I am proud to expand these awards across North America and parts of Europe this year and to celebrate the 2016 Glassdoor Employees’ Choice Awards winners in earning this tremendous achievement.”

Among the common themes seen among the top 50 this year, per Glassdoor, were that the employees felt valued, the companies were mission and values driven, perks and benefits were off the charts, and that there was plenty of opportunity for advancement.

Though we’re concentrating on one aspect of the report, there’s actually more to it – there is also a list dedicated to small and medium-sized companies (less than 1,000 employees), for example. But you can dig through at your leisure, and check out the top companies in individual cities, like New York, Los Angeles, or Chicago.

We’re not going to dive into detail about each company that comprises the top 50, but we’ll give you a quick rundown of those ranking five through 50 – and you can see the final five on the following pages. Here’s are the initial 45, including 13 newcomers for 2016, followed by the top five:

50. Solar City

49. Concur

48. Total Quality Logistics

47. Nike

46. Red Bull

45. REI

44. Gartner

43. Stryker

42. Southwest Airlines

41. G.E. Aviation

40. Costco

39. Chevron

38. Gensler

37. Red Hat

36. Turner Construction

35. Workday

34. Genentech

33. F5 Networks

32. Salesforce

31. Akamai

30. Slalom Consulting

29. Wegman’s Food Markets

28. Paycom

27. Vivint Solar

26. Twitter

25. Apple

24. Quiktrip

23. Protiviti

22. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

21. Delta Airlines

20. Memorial Sloan Kettering

19. Adobe

18. Riot Games

17. H E B

16. Expedia

15. Power Home Remodeling Group

14. MINDBODY

13. In-N-Out Burger

12. Worldwide Technology

11. Eastman Chemical

10. Zillow

9. Nestle Purina Petcare

8. Google

7. Boston Consulting Group

6. LinkedIn

5. Facebook

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Facebook employees gave the company an average rating of 4.4, which shouldn’t be all that surprising. Facebook has been one of the hottest employers in America for some time now. Here’s a testimonial, provided by Glassdoor:

“The culture is really amazing and in my opinion even better than the media portrays it. The perks are wonderful, but the professional experience is even better! I feel the energy everyday working here.” – Facebook Product Specialist (Menlo Park, CA)

4. Hubspot

Source: Hubspot Official Facebook Page

Source: Hubspot Official Facebook Page

Hubspot also snagged a 4.4 rating through Glassdoor’s system, putting the marketing and sales company in the upper echelon of American employers.

“Leadership places a heavy emphasis on employee growth across all divisions, from tuition reimbursement to offering opportunities to take on challenges outside your core responsibilities. Transparent culture from top to bottom. Management actually listens to employees, and makes quick changes to structure if/when needed.” – Hubspot Employee (Boston, MA)

3. Guidewire

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Source: Guidewire Official Facebook Page

A software company that works with the insurance industry, Guidewire is among a slew of Bay Area employers that made the list – though only one other company was able to beat its rating of 4.5.

“Guidewire hits the sweet spot between ‘startup culture’ and ‘big corporate culture.’ There is the small company vibe, wherein you can talk to everyone and get things done.And there is enough room for flexibility in processes for individuals and teams to choose what works best for them, while having the support of the larger organization.” – Guidewire Employee (Foster City, CA)

2. Bain & Company

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Headquartered in Boston, Bain & Company has many offices worldwide. Their primary operations center around advisory services, and it is considered one of the most prestigious and premier management consulting firms in the world. Employees love it, too, giving the company a 4.6 rating.

“Incredibly supportive culture with an incredible focus on learning and mentoring. Highly intelligent, down-to-earth and fun people. Focused on making a real impact for our clients.” – Bain & Company Associate Consultant (Boston, MA)

1. Airbnb

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The top employer on Glassdoor’s list is Airbnb, the disruptive vacation rental company that is throwing legislators and the hospitality industry into disarray. Airbnb earned a 4.6 rating through Glassdoor’s ratings system.

“Amazing people, vibrant workplace, and an unbeatable culture that is real and not just something posted on a wall/website. I literally could not ask for a better work experience. Also, pay, insurance, perks, food, parties, and growth opportunities are topnotch.” – Airbnb Employee (San Francisco, CA)

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Average Salary for Gartner Group Inc Employees

Gartner Group Inc Reviews

Overall Satisfaction

Ratings

Learning and Development

3.4

Not enough pay for the stress.

Senior Account Executive in Washington, District of Columbia:

Cons: The disparity between the stress/workload and the compensation/appreciation. I feel we are always punished, never rewarded, and constantly asked to do more for/with less

A lot of work for very little pay.

Marketing Specialist in New York, New York:

Pros: Great opportunities to work with great clients

Cons: A lot of work and responsibility on junior employees with no reflection in pay

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About Gartner Group

Number of Employees: 11-50

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Years of Experience

This data is based on 322 survey responses.

Gender Breakdown

Female

54.0%

Avg. Salary: $45k - $117k

Male

46.0%

Avg. Salary: $44k - $166k

This data is based on 272 survey responses. Learn more about the gender pay gap.

Popular Degrees

Pay ranges for employees at Gartner Group Inc by degree.

Popular Locations for Gartner Group Inc

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  2. Fort Myers, Florida
  3. Stamford, Connecticut
  4. Washington, District of Columbia
  5. New York, New York
  6. Austin, Texas
  7. Dallas, Texas
  8. Portland, Oregon
  9. Irving, Texas
  10. Chicago, Illinois

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25 Companies Where The Interview Process Is Brutal

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For the third year in a row, consulting firm McKinsey & Company has been rated as having the most difficult interviewing process by employees.

Glassdoor's ranking placed McKinsey at a 3.9 difficulty rating out of 5.0, beating out tech giants like Google and Facebook, which were also in the top 25. 

The average interview difficulty rating on Glassdoor is 2.8.

Newcomers to this year's list include BlackRock, Microsoft Citrix, HubSpot, and Vistaprint.

Some companies still ask crazy brainteasers, despite Google's claims that they have nothing to do with success, while others stand out for running candidates through lengthy tests and round after round of interviews. 

25. Rackspace

Rackspace employees
Glassdoor

Interview difficulty rating: 3.3

Tough interview question: “If your day was 20% performing job duties and 80% strategizing then give us examples of what you would be doing with that 80%?” - Rackspace Acquisitions Representative III Interview (San Antonio, TX)

Recent job candidate commentary“Hour three [of the interview] involved meeting the prospective actual team lead & manager to see how the fit might be. Questions like "Do you get enjoyment out of completing 50 tasks in a shift or do you prefer to tackle very difficult projects that take many hours?" Resume was scrutinized, and questions about if hired, where I wanted to be within the company in 5 years type questions.” – Rackspace Window Systems Administrator II Interview (Austin, TX)

Source: Glassdoor

24. Caterpillar

Caterpillar employees
Glassdoor

Interview difficulty rating: 3.3

Tough interview question: "Tell me of a situation when you had to work on safety incident, what was the incident and what was your involvement in providing solution and how it turned out." —Caterpillar Supply Chain Planning Engineer ( SAP IM WM ) Interview (East Peoria, IL)

Recent job candidate commentary: "The interviewer was the hiring manager who is from technical background, so all the questions are purely technical, which were very different from the job description. You gotta be very knowledgeable to go to the next round." –Caterpillar Senior Engineer (Gearbox Analyst) Interview (location, n/a)

Source: Glassdoor

22. Facebook

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Interview difficulty rating: 3.3

Tough interview question:“Where do you see the future of Facebook?” – Facebook Product Manager Interview (Menlo Park, CA)

Recent job candidate commentary: "The second phone interview … I told her about my future plans for Facebook she said it wasn't much different from what they have now. (It is, but she was apparently expecting more than my already unconventional ideas)." – Facebook Product Manager Interview (Menlo Park, CA)

Source: Glassdoor

21. Informatica

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Glassdoor

Interview difficulty rating: 3.4

Tough interview question: “Describe yourself in 3 words.” —Informatica Senior QA Interview (Bangalore, India)

Recent job candidate commentary: "Most of the interview questions are related to algorithm, problem solving and critical thinking. Interviewers are very friendly and do make one feel comfortable. They focus less on coding and more on general design skills." – Informatica Principal Software Engineer Interview (Redwood City, CA)

Source: Glassdoor

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