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Associate Account Manager, New Business

Forrester Research Singapore

Forrester Research (Nasdaq: FORR) is one of the most influential global research and advisory firms in the world. We work with business and… Forrester Research


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Senior Talent Acquisition Specialist - European Sales And Consulting

Forrester Research London, England

Forrester Research (Nasdaq: FORR) is one of the most influential global research and advisory firms in the world. We work with business and… Forrester Research


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    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Forrester is a well-recognized brand and is respected in the industry. It provides analysts with the rare opportunity to be ahead of the trends, engage with thought leaders and be the go-to experts for big B2C and B2B brands. Great work/life balance which makes up for the cons listed below.

    Cons

    Work environment can be toxic due to a few primadonnas who use bully tactics against their own colleagues in order to sustain their huge egos. Lack of career development opportunities for analysts. Managers avoid the topic of "promotion" like the plague, which leads to analysts heading for the door when they hit the 3 year mark. Lack of leadership and poor people managers have created an "every man for himself" environment that favors politics over teamwork. The company has recently changed its attitude on remote workers, despite the fact that its offices are located in very expensive cities that are a commuter's worst nightmare. Considering all of the employees who are in remote locations, this can be perceived as a passive-aggressive tactic to get people to leave.

    Advice to Management

    Get up to speed on organizational culture and how to positively motivate employees. Get rid of the ego-centric bullies who inhibit open ideation and collaboration. Launch a career development plan for employees so there is a clear and fair promotion path. Reconsider your attitude towards remote workers and investigate opening satellite offices in client-heavy areas.

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