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17 people found this helpful  

Was great once but now it is average.

Software Developer (Current Employee)
Omaha, NE

ProsFlexible time, nice work areas in the Omaha campus, child care available on site, nice downtown Omaha location, friendly employees.

ConsLots of hours, benefits are non-existent compared to other companies, crappy overpriced lunch room, average overpriced child care, over recognition makes recognition meaningless. It is often people will get recognition and not know what it was for or why they got it. 'Here is a gold star for your hard work on that thing you did" makes the recognition concept watered down.

Advice to Senior ManagementDon't run your employees at 110% everyday. There are times when this is appropriate but constant long hour weeks makes people burn out. Look in the mirror and think about what has changed to make it so hard to get new employees. Look at the trends on why people are leaving. They aren't job hopping. They are moving to new companies and staying put. Be competitive as a place to work. Don't break the backs of your best workhorses doing everyday work just to stay lean. If you keep telling yourself that every company does this to their employees you'll find one day that your best have gone.

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    7 people found this helpful  

    feels used; got accepted for client development and pushed into client services

    Consulting Specialist (Current Employee)
    Chicago, IL

    I have been working at Gallup full-time for more than a year

    Pros: flexible vacation schedule; extensive training from start Cons: Pay is only based on performance; people are competitive; no bonuses given because… Advice to Senior Management: Need to treat client services consultants better; the focus is… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    More! More! More! Faster! Faster!

    Telephone Interviewer (Current Employee)
    Lincoln, NE

    I have been working at Gallup

    Pros: Great pay potential. Flexibility rocks! Co-workers that I would lay down on… Cons: Managers are concerned with numbers only. They grow you until you are eating out of their hands. Then they are done. Lots of smiles from… Advice to Senior Management: Stop drinking the Koolaide! We understand that you have a job to do. Just BE REAL and tell us the truth. We all know that… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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