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Forrester employees want to make a difference. Forrester Cares gives them the support to help make an impact in their communities.
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Forresterites in Sales are energized by working with executives and helping them grow their business in the age of the customer. (00:35)
One of the best and most satisfying parts of the analyst role at Forrester is creating ideas that didn’t exist before. (00:46)
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I have been working at Forrester full-time (Less than a year)
Tremendous Focus on Employee Experience
Innovative Mindset Throughout the Organization
Transparency Among Leadership and Colleagues
Intelligent and Thoughtful Colleagues
Challenging the Norm is Promoted and Expected
Respectful and Professional Environment
Sometimes the rush to be innovative can cause some inefficiencies, but the company is generally very self-aware of its areas for improvement.
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Excellent work...this is the best culture I've experienced after 10+ years at various companies in multiple industries.
The process took 6+ weeks. I interviewed at Forrester (Epsom, England (UK)).
A very long and thorough interview process for a position as an Analyst for Forrester Research. It is clear that they take great care in hiring for these positions and while it was a long and tough process it does give you a very good idea of what to expect from the job. Process as follows:
1. Initial HR screening interview.
2. Interview with the hiring Research Director.
3. Interviews with 4 members of the team I was joining.
4. You then prepare some research report ideas and agree a topic with the hiring manager.
5. You then have about a week to write a short research report (c 6 pages). You go through a feedback round.
6. Finally you present to a group of 10-15 people from across the organisation for about half an hour with questions to answer about your research paper.
By the end of this you have a really good idea of what the job entails and what your line manager would be like to work for. While a demanding process I found the tasks quite interesting and enjoyed meeting the team. The feedback and the process was very professional and I look forward to starting in a few months time.