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.
Third level manager at the time I Retired (Former Employee), Owego, NY – October 7, 2014
Pros: security and compensation.
Cons: i did not have any con experiences.
Everyone was provided with the opportunity to advance as far and as fast as your capabilities allowed. It seemed like every day was something exciting and I looked forward to each day of challenges. I was provided with skills and training at every level during my employment. Management and support groups were all qualified and provided education and – more... exposure to insure your success. Departments, Projects and Functions operated as a team which provided support and assistance when ever needed. What I enjoyed the most was the opportunity to develop my staff and see their progress through my guidance. The hardest part of my job was managing my time between the demands of the operation and giving enough time to personnel development. Many enjoyable experiences from achieving success in attaining objectives and having the opportunity to develop and promote my staff. – less
enjoyed my years there but retired to be with family
Process Technician (Former Employee), Fishkill, NY – October 3, 2014
Cons: movement slow
I worked at IBM right out of college and really enjoyed my tenure there and I enjoyed the professionalism the management team was mostly on point and the hardest part was leaving and the most enjoyable was my coworkers and I learned a lot about working with others, I rate the company very high on my list
Knowledge Engineer (Former Employee), Austin, TX – October 2, 2014
IBM Software group was an excited place to be. As with most every large company, there are downsides to being so big, but there are also upsides--such as tuitiion reimbursement and smart people everywhere.