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The process takes time, delayed response from HR

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50 per week on average.

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Check out our latest video highlighting our employment value proposition.
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At Dell, we:
-recognize and reward ingenuity
-committed to our planet and our local communities (and support these efforts!)
-take pride in our ethical practices (we have been on the top Ethical companies for 5 years in a row)
-we encourage being connected and working in a flexible environment
-we value inclusion
-we provide exceptional career growth opportunities
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-we win together through hard work and collaboration!

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Felt good like a part of the team

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We are provided with medical, dental, life as well as vacation and personal time off.

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Can take a month or be quick depending on many factors. You can have several interviews before getting hired. You need to have persistence and determination to get a job at Dell.

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Often enough, when I was there, but very low percentages....5% was HUGE. A promo was like 10-13% while I was there. They operated on a bell curve, where the majority of people fell somewhere in the middle of rankings. Then you put 10% on either side with excellent or poor ratings. Within that 10% of great folks, there was an even smaller number of promos dispersed among THOUSANDS depending on the group. With all the buyouts, mergers and inclusion of new talent based in the Valley, they may have changed their stance on retention. Dell becoming a private company may, additionally, have changed some guidelines.

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I felt positive about working for Dell/EMC.

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