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1001 to 5000 employees
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Gallup delivers analytics and advice to help leaders and organizations solve their most pressing problems. Combining more than 80 years of experience with its global reach, Gallup knows more about the attitudes and behaviors of employees, customers, students and citizens than ... Read more

Mission: Our strength is understanding people and what matters most to them in their job and their life. That strength allows us to create transformation in the workplace and marketplace. Through the study of human nature, we change the world a little to a lot every day.

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Gallup – Why Work For Us?


"We change the world one client at a time through extraordinary analytics and advice on everything important facing humankind."

-- Jim Clifton, Chairman and CEO

Gallup delivers analytics and advice to help leaders and organizations solve their most pressing problems. Combining more than 80 years of experience with its global reach, Gallup knows more about the attitudes and behaviors of employees, customers, students and citizens than any other organization in the world.

Gallup’s strength is understanding people and what matters most to them in their job and their life. That strength allows us to create transformation in the workplace and marketplace. Through the study of human nature, we change the world a little to a lot every day. 

Change the World a Little to a Lot Every Day.

At Gallup, we believe it takes the unique talents and passions of each team member to solve the most pressing problems facing world leaders and organizations today.

Our strengths-based culture encourages us to focus on what we do best, creating an environment where we can maximize our talents and achieve our goals. Empowered by world-class managers who truly care about our growth and development, we’re able to leverage our strengths to create a positive impact on the world.

From day one, we give you projects that contribute to your purpose and our mission. You’ll do work that you’re passionate about, the type of work that gets you out of bed every morning and changes lives around the world. We want you to do what you do best, and we don't hold you back.

At Gallup, your ideas and contribution are taken seriously by every team member, and your expertise and talent matter more than tenure. We're changing the world a little to a lot every day... so join us, and put your greatest strengths to work. 

At Gallup, you’re in charge of your career path. With an emphasis on individualized, intentional and ongoing learning and development, we encourage you to find unique ways to contribute and to go after your most daring personal and professional goals.

With Gallup's work encompassing every country and job sector in the world, your opportunities with us are limitless. Whether you want to build leadership skills or develop a better process, we know your ideas and interests play a big role in the success of our company. With ongoing learning from industry experts abd strengths-based coaching from talent analysts and managers, our culture of feedback propels you to reach your full potential. 

Nobody wants a bad boss. We know that having excellent leadership is critical to your success. That’s why we hire managers with natural abilities to lead. They act as coaches, empowering you, celebrating your achievements and removing obstacles so you can focus on doing what you do best.

Gallup's extensive workplace research has found that only about one in 10 people naturally possess the necessary talent to manage people effectively. We know how to hire the right kind of managers, the ones who:

  • care about you as a person and coach you to achieve your goals.
  • support you, celebrate you and remove obstacles so you can focus on what you do best.
  • motivate every employee with a compelling mission and vision.
  • exhibit assertiveness to drive outcomes and the ability to overcome adversity and resistance.
  • create a culture of clear accountability and build relationships that create trust and full transparency.
  • make decisions based on productivity, not politics.

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    "First 6 weeks at Gallup - Technology Manager"

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    Current Employee - Technology Manager in Omaha, NE
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    I have been working at Gallup full-time (Less than a year)


    Gallup has a pathway to excellence on boarding program that offers a comprehensive overview of Gallup, the history of the company, why we do what we do and how we go about doing it. The on boarding program spans months and is all about relationships, meeting people, connecting to the ecosystem, and learning about how you can be a great Gallup citizen.

    Here's what I have figured out in my first 6 weeks:

    Gallup isn't your typical "Corporate America" business - people are highly engaged, super accountable, and get stuff done! We work hard and play hard.

    There is very little red tape - if you need something, make your case for it. If it adds value and has a good ROI, you will likely get it. If it's a nice to have, you'll learn we are fiscally conservative and proud of it.

    It's flat and title agnostic - you will not find an org chart when you start and titles won't help you understand what people do. If fact, my title isn't manger, it's "go-to" as in a person others can go-to if they need something. The idea is to do what you do best for the majority of your day. This is why relationship building is critical - it's like getting a 500 piece puzzle without a picture and you will need to figure out how it all fits together. (My puzzle is still a work in progress - it will take a while to figure out the matrix)

    It's like a small town / big family - it seemed like everyone I was introduced to or introduced myself to had heard I was hired, heard my name and knew I was the new manager in technology. I felt a little like the shiny new toy at Christmas.

    There is no rule book - you will need to find out how you can add the most value based on what you bring to the table - if you are a black and white thinker, this could be hard - if you are wired like an entrepreneur, this could be AWESOME!

    Campus and Benefits:
    The campus is beautiful, there is plenty of open collaboration space/conference rooms and tons of natural light. We have an on-site cafeteria with free coffee (its great), on-site gym with trainers (they are awesome), a full service credit union (they are great to work it) and more. We are all about well being from every aspect!

    Our health insurance is a high deductible plan and is by far the most affordable plan I've ever seen! It was like getting a raise when I signed up compared to what I paid at prior employers. We also have 401K, disability, life, vision, dental, etc. You will have a one on one session to understand it all when you join.

    Hopefully this gives you a really good idea of what you might expect if you are looking at Gallup. When I looked at Glass Door reviews prior to joining Gallup, they didn't help me as much as I had hoped so I wanted to put this out there. In my first 6 weeks, I can say that I am thrilled to be a part of the Gallup tribe and can see myself staying for a very long time!!

    P.S. Our talent team is pretty awesome - you should connect with them for more info.


    See the pros to determine if this is the type of place you could see yourself fitting into.

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Gallup in June 2017.


    The entire process took about a month. Took an online assessment, and then had about six online interviews before going into the office for a Microsoft Office skills assessment. After they got the results back on my test I finally had an in person interview. Once they offered me the position I had to submit for a background check and I was given the green light to start.

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