Gallup Overview

  • Washington, DC
  • 501 to 1000 Employees
  • 1935
  • Company - Private
  • Consulting
  • Unknown / Non-Applicable

At Gallup, we deliver analytics and advice to help leaders and organizations solve their most pressing problems. Combining more than 80 years of experience with its global reach, we know more about the attitudes and behaviors of employees, customers, students and citizens than ...
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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May 10, 2021
Happy Mother's Day to our hardworking moms, grandmas, aunts, caregivers and those of you who fill all the other mom-type roles. Day to day, you manage high-pressure client projects, consult with global leaders, lead teams, create world-class technology and provide top-notch administrative support, among many other professional roles — all while making a difference for your families at home as well. The world simply wouldn’t be the same without you. Thank you for all you do. #lifeatgallup #workingmoms #mothersday #gallup
April 29, 2021
Taking the time out of our busy days for an important Learn @ Lunch with Gallup Senior Scientist and our newest board member — renowned advocate, philanthropist and former U.S. ambassador, Dr. Robin Renee Sanders. She shared about her background in advocacy and public policy, her long partnership with the Gallup World Poll, and measures to improve economic development in Africa. Welcome to our Gallup family, Ambassador Sanders!
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Gallup Reviews

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"The best place I've ever worked"

Mar 18, 2021 - Anonymous Employee in Omaha, NE
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Great flexibility. Don't have to worry about vacation time. Parent friendly. Managers are caring. You are on a team of high performers. It's hard to get in, so your team members are high quality.


You have to learn how to manage yourself because your manager may not give you a lot of direction. This is freeing, but also disorienting for the first year. You have to speak up when you feel
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Diversity & Inclusion at Gallup

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Diversity Programs & Initiatives

At Gallup, we’re committed to changing the world for the better. Whether it’s with our global clients or within our own organization, we’re committed to creating an environment where each person is accepted and where everyone’s opinions count. Honoring each person for their innate talen

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How is diversity at Gallup? advancement, slow pace, outdated tools, individualization to the point of ridiculousness, favoritism, GAR is a company within the company without controls, people are underutilized, skills wasted, salaries change after employment, terms of employment changed, benefits taken away, they don't care if you can do a job or have experience so long as you pass their strengths....Read More

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Gallup Interviews

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Campus Recruiting8%

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    I applied online. I interviewed at Gallup (United States)


    The interview process was efficient and the recruiter ensured to communicate effectively. The hiring manager promised to send over reading material after the first interview but never sent them, which resulted in a set-back during questions in the final interview.

    Given the busy culture, I wondered whether the role would be a fit for a person with my type of disability (I didn't disclose).

    I found it odd that:

    (1) the skills/personality assessment is issued without a statement on what happens to your data if you don't get an offer; from other reviews here, it appears as thought Gallup uses this to further inform this assessment tool.

    (2) the organization doesn't offer feedback at the rejection/offer stage. The feedback I received was that sometimes it's not a team fit, which is uncomfortable to receive when you are the only brown/black/ person of color within said team.

    Overall the team was lovely, highly skilled, and ambitious. It was stated that the organization is relatively flat, so it is may not be the right for everyone (particularly if one prefers a clear structure).

    Interview questions were standard from those relevant to the role to those specific to your work style, among other behavioral assessment-related questions. They were insightful and shed light on the role, culture and expectations.

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Gallup Awards & Accolades

  • 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces, 2019Dave Thomas Foundation for Adoption, 20192019
  • 2018 100 Best Adoption-Friendly Workplaces ListDave Thomas Foundation for Adoption2018

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...The pay is nice for the area, plus great benefits and programs....

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