We offer our associates an exceptional employee value proposition, including first-class benefit plans designed to meet the needs of our global, diverse workforce. Gartner encourages a work-life balance for all associates and understands the importance of family obligations and life events. Benefit plans are unique to each country and are reflective of what is competitive in the local marketplace.
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Gartner has great benefits. My first year I got 20 PTO days (sick days are included in that) and I people are actually encouraged to use all of them. I get great health insurance through Cigna and dental. Gartner matches 4% for retirment.
Incredible health insurance packages and options, life insurance coverage for all, and TONS of PTO time. Gartner goes above and beyond in providing benefits for their employees. Maternity and paternity leave is generous. The 401K matching is a great perk. They even provide charity matching and other various health incentives, like Incent Fit (reimbursement program for exercise and workout regimens/equipment). When Hurricane Irma hit, we were affected in Florida and Gartner paid fulltime hours, no questions asked, for 2 full weeks despite many workers having no power or access to work.
Paid Time Off is great. Starts with 20 and every other year gets increase and after 6 years or so you can get upto 35.
Best thing is 21 PTO days from day 1. Also, your benefits begin day 1 - no waiting period.
Great benefits but typical for large organizations. Nothing simply amazing.
They offer several health insurance plans to fit your needs, all affordable and easy to use! They also help to fund the associates portion of the deductible, making it easier and more affordable year over year. Great benefits!!!
20 Days vacation from day 1. Taking them all depends on your manager - but most management in sales do not push back.
401k match from the start itself. Paid time off up to 4 weeks
Good benefit offerings, but expensive if you have family.
Benefits were great until Obamacare was put through and they were changed to an HSA plan. Only bright part about it was they contributed to your HSA account.
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