Post the 2001 slump in the IT sector, companies started to understand that ADM, which was a onetime high end technology work requiring the best brains, was difficult to manage. These were development projects with 10-15 member teams, which were customer specific and gave customer specific solutions for a technical problem e.g. a retail giant wanting to move all of its inventory management into a centralized database would ask a software company to prepare this database and implement it. The database once ready would be handed over to the retail giant. The average billing of an ADM project was $90 per hour. ADM needed constantly getting new customers and stickiness of old ones was not guaranteed. The demands from the job market were also very high since salaries were growing at 15%, while rates used to be revised at only 2-3%. However, the challenge that ADM presented always attracted the best talents and the best rates. For ASM the customer contract was longer and the managem
No health insurance is the worst thing, the best thing is the number of leaves
Nothing offered or will be offered as far as I know. The offer stands void for all new hires.
cab pickup and drop. good bonus.
It is not that great!
The benefits package at Gartner is very elaborative and helps the employees in all spheres. The work environment is also extremely flexible.
World class amenities and benefits package. Nothing to complain about.
Gartner is a reputed firm that hire great resources and the work policies are really good. You have to be just work focused and rest is on then. You don't have to clock in after work hours. People are professional and helpful. You may get good perks if you're working at your best. Learning and development is also great here. Work culture is just perfect. Health insurance policy is there. There are portals for declaring your investments easily. Trainings are great. The only thing that you may not feel good about is your work if you're not enjoying it and that's applicable at every job you do.
Travel is paid for which is great, but food is not, so they can do something on that front.
Leaves! There's free snacks in the office and the culture is great! Worst thing is that the tuition benefit is pretty ambiguous and people don't really acknowledge that.
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