Training Development Lead (Former Employee) – Boston, MA – June 20, 2018
Great place to start a training career, I learned so much while working there. Made many work connections that helped further my career. Even when the company had a merger they kept me on as long as they could.
The Dell people are great to work with. The project lead spend time getting we new contractors up to speed with the code base, and helped us in other ways. The bad is the group in Dell only had funding for just one quarter (3 months), so we started getting good just in time to leave! This was not our fault of the manager's: just Dell corporate policy. They have a great, varied cafeteria on campus, and an on-site branch of my bank!
Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Herndon, VA – June 18, 2018
Focus placed on lowering resource cost to improve margin on existing book of business and improve view of company business unit for sale. Work was migrated to off shore resources or resource brought on shore under work visa that would work at lower rates.
Field Technician (Current Employee) – Atlanta, GA – June 15, 2018
Little room for upward mobility The ideal candidate will have some mechanical and construction experience, excellent communication skills and a high degree of mechanical aptitude. The successful applicant will be responsible for operating production.
Not a horrible company to work for...not great though
Sr. Telecom Engineer (Former Employee) – Pleasanton, CA – June 15, 2018
I've been with them from their small Documentum beginnings, so the growing pains were always hard but the people were really great in the 2000's. Cultures change, time moves on and creates more changes. Not a horrible company. Less of the old, good people still work there.
Advisor, Product Management (Former Employee) – Hopkinton, MA – June 15, 2018
I loved working at Dell EMC and would love to work back at this company. The culture was great, it was definitely diverse, and the family and work balancing was just the way I would expect it to be (loose). Everyone wants to see you grow and be successful. If you want to switch positions and try advancing yourself internally, you can do this without a problem after 18 months of being in your present position.
Sr. Program Manager (Former Employee) – Hopkinton, MA – June 14, 2018
Dell purchased EMC in 2016. For the next several years the corporate strategy focuses on driving sales and revenue while assimilating the two companies. Flexibility is key to success in this environment.
Highly intelligent people, great product line
Significant downsizing associated with the EMC acquisition
you need work overtime very often; the benefits is so so.
MBA Intern in Global Support and Development (GSD) (Former Employee) – Round Rock, TX – June 13, 2018
I had a very good manager and director during my internship there. People are very nice and friendly. It is happy to work there because you can gain lots of support and guidance. Benefits are not that competitive.
It has been awhile not sure what to say at all, It Never a dull moment Good teamwork environment Good training and then learn by doing atmosphere Good work/life balance Challenging tasks at times High volume/fast paced