Bring your true self to work
Gartner is a place where you can be who you are, and is consistently ranked as one of the best places to work for LGBTQ equality. Pride has partnered with associates and leadership throughout Gartner to continuously find new ways to advance equality across the company.
What are we doing?
Explore some of the work Pride is doing to advocate for and celebrate LGBTQ+ equality and inclusion at Gartner.
Pride conducts panel discussions, awareness campaigns and other events for Gartner associates globally to increase understanding of gender identity and expression, common terminology and inclusion in the workplace.
Impacting the business
In partnership with the Benefits team and others across the company, Pride helped develop practices and policies* that resulted in Gartner being recognized as a Best Place to Work for LGBTQ Equality from 2017-2020 with a perfect score of 100% on the Corporate Equality Index (CEI).
Celebrating Pride globally
From Sydney Mardi Gras in Australia to global Pride Month in June, Pride at Gartner hosts and takes part in events worldwide to commemorate the history of and bring awareness to issues the LGBTQ+ community still faces today.
“We welcome everyone who has the talent and drive to make a difference, so we strive to ensure that LGBTQ+ and all Gartner associates can come to work feeling safe, valued and empowered to succeed.”
Craig Safian, EVP and CFO; Pride at Gartner Executive Sponsor
* Medical benefits at Gartner in the U.S. include treatment for gender dysphoria, which supports associates in making a gender transition when the timing is right for them, and a conception benefit that provides access to funds for fertility treatment with or without an underlying infertility diagnosis Medical benefits vary by country. Please contact HR for more information.
Human Rights Campaign Corporate Equality Index Best Places to Work for LGBTQ Equality 2017**, 2018**, 2019, 2020, & 2021
**During CEB/Gartner integration