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Which benefits does Gartner provide?
Current and former employees report that Gartner provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
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- Health Insurance(186 comments)
“Great offerings which align with great company”
- 401K Plan(147 comments)
“4% match, weakest area of benefits package”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(123 comments)
“25 days per year which is great and standard I think”
Great insurance, matching 401k and generous Bank Holidays
Great benefits for employees and family. Lots of options and flexibility and great employee stock purchasing plan.
401k matching contributions are excellent
Gartner takes care of its employees and provides a great benefit package.
What people are saying about Gartner
Londoners in Consulting
a year ago
Anyone here in Gartner Consulting ? I have accepted an offer from Deloitte UK and have been recently approached by Gartner Consulting for their Data and Analytics team. Confused if I should even given it a try. The TC ( base + cash benefits ) at Gartner seems to be almost £16k more than Deloitte. Is it worth though given exit ops and quality of projects. Both roles are for Senior consultant In the Data & Analytics team TIA
2 years ago
I’m a recent graduate and currently working as a Business Analyst. I have an interview coming soon with Gartner I don’t know much about Gartner. Can you share your experience how’s Gartner in terms of company culture, growth, work life balance, benefits and so on. Thank you.
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Great company benefits and paid time off
The PTO is 20 days to start and increases with your tenure. It's excellent but becomes difficult to actual use. You can carry over 10 days to use before July 1st or the next year, though. The health benefits and 401k match are good. Maternity leave is 16 weeks, which is not bad, but paternity or secondary care giver leave is only 4 weeks. That's not a lot of time to support your partner or spend with your new baby. Currently, remote work is permitted with quarterly 'Moments that Matter' in the office. However, there are more and more whispers that Gartner will role out a 'Return to Office' policy limiting flexibility.
Best thing: great benefits at an affordable rate. Great ESPP, along with 401k and Roth match.
incredible benefits for all ages
Amazing benefits all around for a great company!
Retirement options should be more comprehensive