Global Product Senior Marketing Manager (Former Employee), Ashburn, VA – October 16, 2013
Pros: great work/life balance, teamwork, benefits
Great company to work for, good benefits, lots of work but great teamwork atmosphere. The team always covers your back. Great career path it you want to keep advancing but you can do the same thing if you like it and do not want to advance.
Dispatcher, Performance and Storage Management (Current Employee), Dubuque IA – December 30, 2014
Follows the Manager handbook Typical day entails micromanagement Learned to keep the cards close to the chest Management? Co-workers need to cover their own responsibilities Hardest part of the job is covering other's people responsibility without compensation Enjoy getting paid higher than Dubuque median, but do not enjoy making less than I am worth
Mortgage Customer Service/Collections (Former Employee), durham north carolina – December 27, 2014
Pros: help you give to the customers
Cons: the customers that you are not able to help
ibm was a very great company to work for they taught me a lot. the management was great they were easy to talk to the coworkers were helpful if the management was not available.the hardest part about the job was not being able to make every customer happy but you tried your best.the enjoyable part is the people who so great for you have done to help them
IBM is filled with the brightest people who work very hard everyday.
WW Demand Programs Marketing Manager (Former Employee), At home - Mahwah, NJ – December 23, 2014
Pros: work from home, good benefits
Cons: competitive pressures on the company have strained the morale.
I enjoyed working at IBM for 20 years. I was able to work from home for most of that time. The work was hard, but rewarding and the people were top-notch. Salaries are fair and benefits are very good. Work/life balance is managed by each individual as long as you get your work done. Extra efforts are always expected and typically rewarded.
Storage Specialist (Former Employee), hopewell NY – December 22, 2014
Great place to work if you can keep your job. pay is good. not much job opportunity now, for the average uneducated worker, but I am sure there was in the past. Management is uptight always. Set schedules make balancing work and social life easy.
Team Leader, Project & Program Manager (Former Employee), Global – December 21, 2014
Cons: fear of the next impending resource action
Fear of the next Resource Action. Focused on profit not necessarily the contributions of its personnel. Lots of good institional knowledge lost in Resource Actions. Work life balance not really geared to line employees or first line managers.
Payroll Specialist (Former Employee), San Jose CR – December 19, 2014
Transition of Nestle payroll Team from Cleveland to CR, audit reports, data analysis, reports creation, data entry, etc, Tech team specialist, new hires, vacations, long and short term disability, garnishments, SAP implementation
Program Director (Former Employee), Rochester, MN – December 19, 2014
Pros: the people and technical opportunities
Cons: long hours and language barriers
IBM primarily hires top talent from local universities and grooms them for advancement. The normal employee is very passionate about the technology and products. Management processes are incredibly effective at accomplishing corporate goals. I worked on state of the art software with tools and funding to accomplish my goals. The hardest part of the job is working across geographies with a combination of time zones, cultural differences, and language barriers. The most enjoyable part of the job is working with people committed to achieving goals.
Data boarding analyst (Former Employee), Beaverton, OR – December 17, 2014
I'm very enthusiastic goal-oriented individual and i love to work hard and make difference for my employer . I'm easy to get alone with and I can work closely with my peers if needed in order to achieve the company's vision and goals.