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Independent, Minimal Superviosn,Flexible and Honest
Senior Research Engagement Specialist (Former Employee), Mumbai, IndiaDecember 12, 2012
Pros: flexible team
Busy and wellmanaged.

I have learnt how to manage a team, training, buddying, handle escalations, TNA, test papers, confidence and team work.

the management is excellent.

My co-workers have always been helpful and team spirit.

I would turn the hardest thing into simplier by giving suggestions.

I loveed every part of my job, especially training, – more... handling escalations, managing the team in absence of my manager. – less
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Federal organization is in turmoil
Sr. Account Executive (Former Employee), Arlington, VAOctober 18, 2012
Pros: benefits are good
Cons: horrible management
Extremely high attrition due to poor manage and clueless about Federal market. SOA Federal organization has consistently missed their plan since 2010. Manage by intimidation. Poor pay. A lot of promises about exceeding plan which are not true.
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Fun Workplace
Events Coordinator (Former Employee), StainesOctober 16, 2012
Pros: onsite experience
Cons: my manager being situated in the usa
Although the Pre event organising was very stressful and time consuming the onsite results and feedback from customers and Sponsors was worth the hard work.
Everyone at Gartner worked very hard and it was a very inspiring place to work.
Working with the sales team everyday helping them meet their targets and onsite renewals helped build internal relationships – more... and makes you feel apart of the team.
Being onsite was the most rewarding part of my time at Gartner and would love to look into working in Events or Sales in the future. – less
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Was an enjoyable assignment with a fair remuneration plan.
Associate Director-Research/Consulting Services (Former Employee), Raliegh, NCOctober 7, 2012
Pros: had high quality recognition rewards for exceptional performance.
Cons: the physical distance from my manager was approximately 500 miles.
A very Professional Organization that was fair to their customers and employees. In addition, provided continuous training. The most difficult part of the assignment was major travel which was about 22 days per/month.
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Web Producers are arrogant and self-righteous perjurers
Interactive Developer (Former Employee), Stamford, ConnecticutJuly 30, 2012
I was working at the Stamford branch as a contract interactive developer and have to say the web producers were indecisive, lack in communication, and were arrogant and self-righteous. Although management stated remote work could be done that proved to be a lie 8am-5pm strictly enforced; except for the numerous times I had to work remote on weekends.

Excluding – more... the web producers members in IT were helpful and kind-hearted just an overall pleasure to work with. – less
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Great company!
Regional Vice President (Former Employee), Ft Myers FloridaMay 31, 2012
Pros: strong culture / values, opportunity for professional growth & development
Gartner has incredible people and a culture with many opportunities for personal and professional growth.
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No growth whatsoever
Developer (Former Employee), TrumbullMay 21, 2012
Pros: brand name
Cons: see summary
You don't want to work in IT org at gartner. Managers are bad, no mentoring, appreciation. 8am-5pm strictly enforced and no work from home
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Data Collector (Former Employee), Portland, ORMay 5, 2012
Pros: na
Cons: na
It was fun while it lasted. I did enjoy the bonuses but i got laid off.
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Senior Systems Engineer (Current Employee), Trumbull, CTApril 12, 2012
Great place to work. Excellent environment to get your hands on many different technologies.
Great co-workers.
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Work/life balance??
Administrative Assistant/Program Specialist (Former Employee), Stamford, CTApril 10, 2012
Pros: ability to work from home, great vacation time. salary decent
Cons: some management
Gartner is a culture like no other. Management tends to vary depending on which area you work in. Co-workers are nice but standoffish. Working remotely is the norm there so people are not always in the office. The most enjoyable part of the job was the ability to work from home. The hardest, dealing with some of the management.
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Productive and a nice atmosphere to work.
Office Receptionist (Former Employee), Billerica, MAApril 3, 2012
Pros: working with people all over the world, also working with great talent
Cons: i do not have any cons
Open the office in the morning and prepare for clients coming in that day or that week.Answers the phones, do projects for various departments. Whatever needed to be done. Travel, lunches, mail, etc.
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Senior Software Developer (Current Employee), Stamford, CTFebruary 19, 2012
Pros: 401k benefits, some holiday parties, bonuses are given
Cons: healthcare is bad, little room for advancement
The culture for the company is good and the people are nice but there is poor management in the IT department. There is also little room for advancement in most groups.
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People and attorneys were good to work for
Legal Assistant (Former Employee), Jacksonville, FloridaFebruary 9, 2012
Pros: always had potato chips and sodas
My attorney was high maintenance but it was a varied and highly interesting job that required attention to detail; never any slack time; contact with clients was a must and you got to know them very well and confidence was high on both sides

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