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Gartner Recognized by Time as One of the World's Best Companies

We’re thrilled to share that Gartner has been named among the World’s Best Companies 2023 by Time and Statista. This recognition is a testament to our strong leadership and their ability to drive faster, stronger performance year over year. And, we recognize the hard work, dedication and persistence of our associates who put their best foot forward, every day.  

The research was conducted by Time in partnership with Statista. Through this comprehensive analysis, they evaluated organizations around the world and ranked them based on three primary dimensions:

  1. Employee Satisfaction
  2. Revenue Growth
  3. Sustainability

The companies with the highest scores were named among the World’s Best Companies 2023 by Time and Statista. See the full list & methodology here

We shared this exciting news with some of our associates and asked them to reflect on what they believe sets us apart.  Read on to hear what they had to share.

“While we provide professional insights to our clients to make better decisions, we are lucky to have a people-centric individual development plan internally to grow ourselves with the company.” - Anton M., Senior Sales Manager

“I love connecting talent to the right opportunities, helping candidates realize their full potential and embrace their natural talents, and while doing so I’m able to contribute toward strengthening our internal teams and Gartner culture.” - Avni M. Recruiting Team Lead

“This recognition has cemented what I’ve known for over a decade – Gartner is the best place to work! Throughout my seven years in the company, I have been given plenty of opportunities to showcase my skills and pursue my interests. Gartner's commitment towards DEI is a source  of pride for me – I cannot stop gushing to my family and friends about how I get to do what I love every day! I am grateful to the leaders for focusing heavily on employees and finding ways to empower us all. – Anita Ann Babu, Lead Researcher, Research Board