Leading in Research and Innovation, Failing to Secure Lead and Monetize
Lead Trainer and Developer (Employé actuel) – Markham, ON – 18 août 2019
IBM has taken leadership in Cloud, Cognitive Applications, Cybersecurity and almost any other hot technology and failed to secure their leadership role which has been the fundamental cause of the declining revenue and the waves of workforce reductions and off-shoring.
Production Application Support Specialist (Ancien employé) – Mississauga, ON – 8 août 2019
A typical day at IBM would be very focused. With Customer satisfaction as the number one priority - The job environment is very focused. Management is very friendly and approachable. Workplace culture is casual The challenging tasks that you encounter is the enjoyable part of your day.
Software Developer (Ancien employé) – Ottawa, ON – 6 août 2019
Lots of room to move up and laterally and learn many new skills. Great pay, great work-life balance. They gave lots of free snacks, there are free fitness classes, flexible hours, I had a cubicle but I could just go work somewhere else if I felt like it.
Cloud Team Lead (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 28 juillet 2019
IBM has a very bad culture, everything depends on a manager. A person has no voice everything goes only through the manager. Workers are not appreciated and their interests are at the lowest priority. Training is not paid for. Lay-offs are very common.
Help Desk Analyst (Ancien employé) – Scarborough, ON – 25 juillet 2019
It was a contract job to work. They gave two weeks of training and then placed you on the foloor for the other week with a partner. The following week you were on your own and you would ask for the help needed.