High Activity, Accelerated Learning Work Environment
Account Manager (Current Employee), Boston, MA – June 1, 2015
Pros: Great hours, benefits, Management, PTO, etc.
Cons: Highly Competitive (more of a pro)
Gartner invests highly in its employees by putting you through an elaborate training program and aligning a mentor through your first 6 months territory live. There are unlimited resources to ensure your – more... success - if you leverage them correctly. There are many opportunities for promotion for this that have proven themselves successful. Gartner promotes an exception "coaching" management style that is collaborative and foster's personal and professional improvement. Great work - life balance that is encouraged by upper management. – less
Variable Compensation Analyst (Current Employee), Fort Myers, FL – September 8, 2014
if you are working in controller's group you will be working a lot of overtime and will be under appreciate. There is a favoritism and only favorite people will get promoted. Benefits are great but the stress and moral is not worth to sacrificing.
Financial Risk/Business Analyst with more than 6 years of work experience in corporate finance working as credit, risk, loan, and trade analyst in commercial banking. Demonstrated process and control analysis – more... for various securities, including credit cards, commercial mortgages (Fannie Mae), investments, and projects. Conducted loan servicing for cash and asset based deals and applied control self assessment measures to mitigate residual risks. Plan and supervised various divisions to ensure that the practices, procedures, and policies complied with Sox on federal, state, and overseas regulations. Audited and liaison with internal and external consultants for purposes to maintaining and reporting quarterly and yearly earnings. Converted loan products to new platforms to comply with banking regulations. – less
Interaction Designer (Former Employee), Stamford, CT – January 23, 2013
In my tenure at Gartner I have held a variety of positions. It is a good company to grow and make career moves within. They have good benefits and paid time off package. Most of my managers were effective, – more... professional and willing to help me move forward in my career. Generally my co-workers have been friendly, professional and competent.
Earlier in my career at Gartner I was able to utilize and build upon my existing skills in client services. As I moved into Web Design, I was able to take my classroom skills that I obtained and upon build them in various roles within the technology group. I was provided with job mentoring along with a lot of support and guidance from managers and co-workers in order to facilitate my growth. – less
Account Executive (Former Employee), fort myers, fl – January 14, 2013
Pros: pay, time off, upward mobility
Cons: stress, some micromanagement
Gartner offers great work/home balance in their benefit programs. The management (like any place) is hit or miss depending on your region. The pay is very fair. There is ample opportunity for advancement.
Typical day includes a lot of prospecting & client calls. The people are great - very driven and while they ask a lot of you, the rewards are great. What I didn't love was the 50% travel. What I miss is the paycheck.