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International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. Reviews

What is it like working at International Business Machines (IBM) Corp.?

Squad is great but management needs to get a clue.
Application Developer in Rio de Janeiro:
Pros: My squad is great and supportive
Cons: My manager, he refuses to understand the professional path that his peers want to take
Ownership for the full business creation experience.
Director of Program Management in Lexington:
Pros: Define the product, the market, and interactions with customers.
Cons: Bureaucratic processes delay time to market.
Multi-skilled Content Development for Customer Success.
Content Manager in Chelmsford:
Pros: The team I worked on and the assigned products for which I maintained and created content.
Cons: Too much administration
Senior Financial Analyst in Alpharetta:
Pros: The company focuses on continued education and provides courses to help employees in their career path.
Cons: Bottom line growth for short term gains has taken a priority where low cost region employees are replacing seasoned, highly skilled teams.
Excellent benefits but less concerned about retaining talented employees.
Senior Financial Analyst in Alpharetta:
Pros: Company promotes continued education offers free of courses for their employees.
Cons: The company is focused on cost cutting measures to increase short term gains at the detriment of the putting the client first, and long term success.
Inside Sales Specialist in Dallas:
Overall my experience at IBM was very good. I would say that communication between executives / management / employees could be improved, up and down. Communication was superficial and it seemed that "real" objectives were held back. Everything seemed to be a secret. Only favorites or folks that were "in the know" or gossipers tended to know what was going on. If you are a hard worker doing your job consistently, then you seemed to be on the outside and forced to act like you didn't care. Another thing is, while there was plenty of education and classes to take free, there was very little time to take advantage of it. You ended up having to make a choice between multitasking or to not do work so you can actually try to learn. Work life balance is ok but could stand some improvement depending upon what organization you work. But overall my experience in 20 years has been very good. Culturally IBM is good. It has a good reputation in the world still. They are injecting younger people intentionally to get the much needed relevancy IBM needs. Diversity at IBM is a very surprising plus. IBM intentionally tries to make sure they hire, whites, blacks, hispanics, asians and even people with disabilities. Its a very professional and positive company to work for overall.
Senior Accountant at IBM.
Senior Accountant in Quezon City:
Pros: I like most is the unlimited career and training opportunities, there is no superiority and its diversity and inclusion to people
Cons: Promotion is slow.


Retirement & Financial Benefits
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401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
Health Insurance
Life Insurance