62 employees reported this benefit
Pretty normal as you accumulate your first day
I think they do a good job.
Employees rarely take more than one week off at a time in the US offices, in part because even if you take vacation in a quarter, your goals remain the same, so you are expected to make up for your time off in order to hit your monthly/quarterly goals. With limited rollover (5 days for up to 60 days), many employees lose accrued vacation time (except CA employees who benefit from CA's more employee-friendly regulations). Forrester doesn't allow sabbaticals. With companies like Netflix (also expects employees to hit goals regardless of vacation time) allowing employees to take as much time-off as they like (provided they are hitting tehir goals), Forrester is looking dated in its employee policies.
Its OK. However you stop earning additional time off after being employed 5 years. Also you are unable to carry over any additional time beyond 5 days at the start of the year. Like all benefits here, just good enough but not stellar
Generous, but not out of the ordinary for standard industry practices. There's no sabbaticals, for example. That would earn a 5-star rating
Only able to roll over 5 days to the following year...but those days expire by end of March.
Great package, but sales means the end of the year is terrible.
standard # of vacation days, 2 summer days and floating holidays
Forrester provides 15 days vacation
It's at your managers discretion. Plan on taking vacation sometime in Q4.