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Anonymous shared this review of Forrester Research on Feb 18th, 2019
"The company as a whole has a good stance in terms of gender balance, but individual managers can be less than flexible when it comes to needing flex hours and more work from home time for family care."
Anonymous shared this review of Forrester Research on Jan 30th, 2019
"Ask all of your questions during the interview process. Be clear and specific about their expectations and yours."
Anonymous shared this review of Forrester Research on Aug 21st, 2018
"Smart and fun people to work with in general, but I’d say some teams or even whole departments have a toxic dynamic built into their daily operation. As someone else mentioned it does have the feel of an old boys club, and it can even seem at times that men’s ideas are more valued over women's. Organizational culture makes me think of old-school practices still deeply ingrained. For instance, they offer work from home flexibility after hitting 6 months to 1-year mark depending on when you join, but this is something that pretty much everyone will quietly judge you for if you do decide to take advantage of this perk and I have heard similar stories from moms working flex/part-time. Also, Forrester has a somewhat generous time-off policy although a majority of folks take pride in not using up their vacation time."
Anonymous shared this review of Forrester Research on Nov 3rd, 2017
"Opportunities for women, some departments and locations support "family first" more so than others."
Anonymous shared this review of Forrester Research on Oct 23rd, 2016
"The culture here is really dependent on which department you work in. I worked in an area that was made up of mostly women so work-life balance was understood and there were never issues for any of the working mothers that I knew to leave early, or take time off/work from home when there issues related to their children."
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