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14 hrs ago

Senior Account Manager – new

Forrester Research Washington, DC

A global research and advisory firm, Forrester serves professionals in 13 key roles across three distinct client segments. Our clients face… Forrester Research


27 days ago

Senior Analyst, Serving Security and Risk Professionals

Forrester Research Washington, DC

A global research and advisory firm, Forrester serves professionals in 13 key roles across three distinct client segments. Our clients face… Forrester Research


25 days ago

Consulting Business Development Director

Forrester Research Washington, DC

A global research and advisory firm, Forrester serves professionals in 13 key roles across three distinct client segments. Our clients face… Forrester Research


3 days ago

Senior Consultant, Serving Security & Risk Professionals – new

Forrester Research Washington, DC

A global research and advisory firm, Forrester serves professionals in 13 key roles across three distinct client segments. Our clients face… Forrester Research


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    Current Employee - Analyst in Cambridge, MA (US)
    Current Employee - Analyst in Cambridge, MA (US)

    I have been working at Forrester Research full-time (more than 8 years)

    Pros

    Intellectually challenging work, surrounded by smart people and fun personalities. My manager listens to concerns, and works with me to identify areas for career growth and development. I've made use of the tuition reimbursement program, and have also been encouraged to pursue and expense other work-related personal development expenses (e.g., review materials and course for a certification exam, exam fees). I've worked from home on days when necessary (caring for an ill family member, waiting for a plumber, etc), and feel that work/life balance is respected here. There is a Fun Committee that helps to bring the office together by sponsoring contests, free ice cream Wednesdays during the summer, etc.

    Cons

    Benefits have improved, but compensation could be better. Change management is improving, but could be better too. I've been through several reorgs through the years. I've seen good people, high performers, leave because of changes and burnout. More needs to be done to retain and develop young employees (those in their first few years of working).

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    We need to hire more people. Employees are stretched thin, and more asks are piled on. My manager puts a lot of effort in making sure our team doesn't burn out, and we all push back where we can.

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