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None of what IBM does currently is reminiscent of the company that started a long time ago and became a Fortune 100 powerhouse. IBM lacks a true technology visionary and creative upper management. Although I liked the people, it is about as stuffy and as bureaucratic of an environment as one could imagine. Your boss will treat you well, and among the boots-on-the-ground co-workers, you will find very few 'bad apples' among them. The compensation is pretty good too, as well as the benefits (though the benefits have softened over the years). If you are early in your career, they will probably give you opportunities to advance. However, don't stay at IBM long-term. Rather, use the experience to leverage your career elsewhere. I can tell you as someone who stayed too long: once I became an 'older' worker. I felt that IBM no longer valued me (and I was a well-known subject matter expert in my field). If you stay long enough, expect your chances of being 'resourced' to increase the longer you stay. In my opinion, such resource actions aren't necessarily tied with the performance of the company. They just seem to want 'fresh blood'.
Highlight is the people - everyone is kind, happy to have coffee chats, and help you develop professionally. Very few bad apples in the bunch.Great networking opportunities, senior execs happy to meet and chat, great management overall, top schools, fun culture.
Intern pay is low
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IBM provided guidance and mentorship in a continuously learning environment that promoted innovation to clients. All projects are different but every project and training, you learn something new.
It's hard to imagine a place that puts more value on bettering employees that big blue. They really go the extra mile if there's something you want to learn. Most people don't realize that during lunch hours, if you give the security guy a taco, you can go stand inside the super computers. It makes your hair stand on end. It's best described as peeing on an electric fense that's only on maybe 10 or 11 percent. Total rush. The people are great too. I'd be lying if I said one or two of the senior people didn't enjoy standing in the super computer also! Everyone's always in a good mood. Just don't forget the taco.
The walk-in-super-computers, health insurance, filtered snack water
It would be nice if we didn't have to bribe security with tacos, but that's a small price to pay.
Great place to work from day one until now. typical day here is great I have learned several new programs as for management it a blessing workplace Most enjoyable co-worker
Days are very busy and long hours but a sense of purpose is what keeps one energized. The culture is welcoming and at the same time healthy competitiveness among peers. The hardest part of each role was navigating the enormous amount of "blue" tape to get anything done, but at the same time that is what kept me going for so long. Most enjoyable is one feels like they are part of a family - its the people.
I am very happy to have worked for IBM and build my skills as a project manager and data governance analyst, the compensation was great coming out of college and I was able to get promoted during my time with the company. I don't think the company does well at helping develop professionals into leaders as it's a large bureaucratic organization which requires a lot of self initiative to grow and little mentorship. I'd highly recommend anyone coming out of college join IBM, however don't expect to want to stay for too long.
I worked there a long time in a sales role. Over time IBM would reduce, on progressive basis, the commission payouts for sales achievement. By the end of my tenure. the commission plan was really in a bad place. Sales people, by nature, are self paying people. When it reaches a point that you can't make a great living based on your extreme success, it's time to look elsewhere.
good diversity mind set, 401K matches, career advancement potential
anti-sales comp plans, really expensive medical benefits