Working at International Business Machines (IBM) Corp.

What am I worth?
How should I pay?
Overall Employee Satisfaction
3.2

Manager Relationship
3.7
Manager Communication
3.5
Appreciation
3.3
Learning and Development
3.5
Company Outlook
3.2
Fair Pay
2.7
Pay Transparency
2.2
United States (change)

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How do employees review their experience at International Business Machines (IBM) Corp.?

Overall, employees review their satisfaction with International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. as 3.2 out of 5. International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. earns the highest marks for Manager Relationship with a score of 3.7 out of 5. Conversely, employees rate the company lowest for Pay Transparency, giving it 2.2 out of 5 in this area. Our research shows that Company Outlook and Appreciation are the main drivers of employee satisfaction generally, suggesting that International Business Machines (IBM) Corp., with scores of 3.3 and 3.2 respectively, should have higher overall employee satisfaction and lower rates of turnover. Learn More

International Business Machines (IBM) Corp. Reviews

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

Senior Project Manager, IT in Boulder:
"IT Project Manager Transition and Transformation."
Pros: Benefits, Work from Home.
Cons: Extreme Stressful Position.

Financial Analyst in Tanzania:
"Corporate culture, work flexibility and pay package."
Pros: Being free and able to work under less supervision.
Cons: Stress.

Program Manager, IT in Houston:
"Empowered to suceed."
Pros: Telecommuting, travel and versatile job assignments.
Cons: Layoffs.

Information Technology Specialist in Brno:
Pros: All the learning opportunities you ever wanted, trainings courses certifications projects etc.
Cons: Almost all benefits are cut, except for health insurance, no meal vouchers, no bonuses ( this was cut IBM worldwide in 2014), for 3700 employees there is 1 ( one ) relaxation room with room for 3 ! Employees ... Since it was created I have yet to actually benefit from it. There is a chronic and general lack of motivation, and no matter how much you spin your wheels it will take you nowhere, until you your self will lose your motivation. That's why they always put in all job postings that they are searching for self motivated people, because the company will do next to nothing to motivate you.

Sales Representative, Software in Boston:
"Home Office Flexibility."
Pros: Good people, great company.
Cons: Don't get paid as well as other people in the industry.

Senior Software Engineer in Rochester:
"Stressful, Always A Fear Of Getting Laid-off And Jobs Moving."
Pros: Casual dress atmosphere. My teammates always act professional.
Cons: Always a fear of getting laid-off and jobs moving overseas. Cost-cutting is continuous at IBM.

Software Engineer in Cambridge:
Pros: Flexible hours, remote work is possible, low-medium stress, talented co-workers.
Cons: Below market salaries, very variable bonus compensation and raises (all low to nothing), inconvenient location, does not value low level employees.

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