Working at Dell, Inc.


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Account Executive in Washington:
Pros: Flexibility
Cons: Lack of resources
Challenging and rewarding.
Senior Technical Analyst in Midvale:
Pros: That I’m always learning and helping others become better as well.
Cons: That I take on more work for less pay
Not bad.
Desktop Support Technician:
Pros: Laid back, good and helpful co-workers.
Cons: Micro management, redundancy, no benefits offered at the moment.
Work Flexibility.
Information Technology (IT) Manager:
Pros: Benefits, Independent decision making.
Cons: Monotonous, No recognition, No career growth.
High impact role, boring work environment, work life balance.
Program Project Manager:
Pros: High impact, transformative work impacting the entire company, cross functional team interactions, broad visibility across the organization.
Cons: Boring and dull office environment, limited team interaction - primarily individual contributor, very slow career growth for business school hires.
Marketing Manager in Austin:
401k matching up to 5%, bonus is tied to overall company performance (up to 8% of base salary)
Account Director:
Atrocious. Culture is appalling, management by SFDC, out of touch with customer base. Management by bullying is rife and HR do nothing about complaints. Unattainable quotas assure minimal comms payments but demands are high pressured. No work life balance. Join at your peril...


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401(k) Plan
Health & Insurance Benefits
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Health Insurance