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IBM is a global technology and innovation company headquartered in Armonk, NY. Nicknamed Big Blue, IBM is one of 30 companies included in the Dow Jones Industrial Average and one of the world's largest employers with more than 380,000 employees in 170 countries. IBM today is much more than a “hardware, software, services” company. It has continually shifted business operations by focusing on higher-value, more profitable markets such as business consulting, research, cloud platform and cognitive solutions. IBM's work and people are present in all sorts of different places - from healthcare, through retail and traffic engineering to even designing the next generation fan experience in sports stadiums around the world.

Company - Public
Over $10B
Large
Multiple locations
Computer Systems Design Companies, Computer Manufacturers, Niche Manufacturers, Design Firms
1911
Virginia Rometty
What departments IBM employees work at?
DepartmentsRatio
other occupation37.3%
Software Developers and Programmers15.3%
Computer / IT - Other11.3%
Management - Other11.2%
Sales / Retail9.1%
Architecture / Engineering6.2%
Management Analysts5.9%
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Professional experience

How many years of experience do IBM employees have before joining?
Years of experience at IBM: Newcomers: 26%, Experiencers: 15%, Experts: 18%, Veterans: 41%. IBM employees have 8+ years experience on average before joining.
Where did IBM employees work before joining?
Where they've worked before IBM: Accenture, AT&T, Deloitte. Typical IBM employees have worked at Accenture.
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AT&T
Deloitte
What industries did IBM employees work in previously?
Industry Background: The most typical industries of IBM: Computer Systems Design Companies, Software Publishing Companies, Colleges / Universities, Consulting Companies, Design Firms. IBM employees most likely come from a Computer Systems Design Companies industry background.
Where did IBM employees work before joining?
Past employers' size at IBM: Small: 25%, Medium: 11%, Large: 64%. Most IBM employees have previously worked at large companies.

Educational background

What did employees at IBM study?
Where did employees at IBM study?
New York University
North Carolina State University

Employee data

How long do people stay in a role at IBM?
Time employed at IBM: <1: 8%, 1-3: 22%, 4-8: 25%, 9-13: 15%, 14-20: 15%, 20+: 15%. Most IBM employees stay with the company for 4-8 years which is more than the industry average.
How does IBM rank for age & gender diversity?
Gender ratio at IBM: 72.2% Male and 27.8% Female. Age ratio at IBM: 16-20: 0%, 21-30: 28%, 31-40: 25%, 41-50: 22%, 51-60: 19%, 60+: 6%. IBM rates - 2.2% less female than the industry average. Most IBM employees are 21-30, which is below the industry median age range.

Career advancement

How does IBM rank for career advancement?
Career advancement at IBM: high. IBM ranks high for career advancement which is above the industry average.
What companies do IBM employees go on to work at?
Future employers of IBM: Accenture, AT&T, Cognizant, Deloitte, GLOBALFOUNDRIES. People who work at IBM most typically go on to work for the Accenture.
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Sales Operations Manager
Remote - February 27, 2024
Sales Operations
4.4
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
My plan was to retire from IBM, however during a tough business climate my role was move to India. That being said, I had great times and friendships there that I still have to this day.

Pros and Cons
Ability to work independently
Staff reductions
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Cyber Security Engineer
San Jose, CA - February 9, 2024
Great place to work!
3.6
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Working at IBM was an experience filled with its own unique set of highs and lows. On one hand, the structured work environment provided a stable and predictable schedule, embodying the essence of work-life balance with its unwavering 8-hour workdays and 40-hour weeks, meriting a modest two-star rating in this aspect. The benefits were nice.though standard Medical and Dental, and with the same provider as 3 of my other employers therefor nothing to write home about. However, despite my significant contributions, including spearheading several large initiatives that positively impacted the company over my six-year tenure, the lack of recognition was palpable. This oversight led me to give only a one-star rating for recognition. Otherwise the routine satisfaction derived from a well-balanced work schedule was also nice. I was expecting quite a bit more given at orientation they were going on about what ir means to be an IBMer which got me hyped up only to leave feeling it was standard.

Pros and Cons
Cant really say, it was a typical job.
No cons either, my manager was the best...but again a standard tech job.
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Senior System Analyst
Montreal, MO - September 11, 2023
Senior System Analyst
2.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
the company had very friendly coworkers and i felt at home there. The drawback there was from management whereby not enough recognition was attributed to any jobs well done.

Pros and Cons
friendly co workers
not enough recognition for jobs well done
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package consultant
September 6, 2023
Professional space
4.2
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
IBM is truly professional place to work with. Culture and values make IBM stand out from other companies. Even if there is escalation, you are treated with respect and given utmost respect.

Pros and Cons
Peace of mind, work life balance
No great salaries
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Back End Developer
Lowell, MA - August 14, 2023
Be prepared to work hard.
3.8
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
IBM is fortunate to have great developers who work very hard, as if they are working at a startup. The technical expertise is at the highest level. My position was project oriented with part of my job be offshored I could see that my time was coming to an end..

Pros and Cons
Free coffee and snacks.
Continues layoffs and hiring as projects come and go. HR is non-existent.
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Field Service Tech
Norfolk, VA - May 19, 2023
best place I ever worked for
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I loved my job at IBM. I was hired on a temporary contract while I was in college. IBM at the time had no permanent positions open. They kept me longer than my original contract and I received nothing but praise from my managers. I was finally let go as no permanent positions opened up while I was there. I would gladly take a job back with this company any day.

Pros and Cons
pay and benefits were great
no cons I can think of
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Software Application Developer
Salt Lake City, UT - May 8, 2023
This was a fun and supportive team experience.
3.8
Ratings
4
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
While working at CenturyLink are system support team was outsourced to IBM to support CenturyLink. While at IBM I was tasked with the job of creating automation tools and web applications that managed remote consoles, detail system lookup information for the IT Support Desk, detail system data lookup, change coordination tool for scheduling work and notifying support contracts for application and building work schedules. I also build with team a tool that analyzed system security policies between IBM and CenturyLink. I was also apart of a team to automate the management of remote consoles.

Pros and Cons
Friendly office, recognition and support always given.
Salary was low and yearly increases were small.
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Technician
Hopewell Junction, NY - May 3, 2023
High pay job with good benefits.
3.6
Ratings
4
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
I love this job I learned a lot, and I Love people working there. I got a chance to travel and learn new stuff working environment is good and safe. Very interesting and challenging work . I also got good Benefits like 401k and healthcare.

Pros and Cons
Interesting work and good work environment.
wear clean room suits, gloves and eyewear
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Software Developer
Dallas, TX - March 21, 2023
fun and productive
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Software Engineer with 10 years background in creating and executing innovative software solutions to enhance business productivity of organizations. Highly experienced in all aspects of the software development lifecycle from concept through to development and delivery. Skilled at coding to develop scalable, user friendly and high-performance applications using programming languages, frameworks, APIs of cutting-edge technologies also coordinating cross functional teams in fast paced with agile practice. Consistently recognized as a hands-on and competent.

Pros and Cons
free lunch
no parking option
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SOC Analyst
March 7, 2023
Good place to start a career not end one
2.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
Was a good place to start a career. IBM was willing to pay for basic certifications. Manager turnover is frequent. Had a new manager each year I worked sometimes faster and with that there were new expectations. had a "boys club" feeling where if you didnt go to happy hours or hang out outside the office it felt like you were ignored.

Pros and Cons
payed for certifications
no clear management directions
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Tools and Automations Project Manager
Safford, AZ - January 31, 2023
Excellent structure
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Early on, I was teamed up with a mentor. Many people, late in their career liek myself, may think a mentor isn't needed but believe it or not you do! It's like a buddy system and it's good to have someone you trust to help you or just talk to for clearing out those weekly blockers. Also, IBM/Kyndryl was a very large company but their structure was designed to move large projects while feeling like a small business.

Pros and Cons
Mentoring
I honestly don't know of any cons
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Receptionist/Word Processor
Los Angeles, CA - November 22, 2022
Beautiful office building with equally beautiful offices on each floor.
4.0
Ratings
4
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
As a receptionist, I would answer 300-400 phone calls a day, with 18 incoming lines. Since I spoke Spanish, I was routed all of the Spanish speaking clients that had trouble with their English. Took and forwarded messages to the appropriate representative (72 of them), in addition to the 5 executives on the floor. One hour for lunch and I could either eat inside at one of the various cafeterias in the High Rise or go outside and eat at the Bonaventure Hotel.

Pros and Cons
I could participate on one hour workshop, usually during lunchtime.
Park in the underground garage in one bldg. and take shuttle bus to the office.e.
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Technicians
October 21, 2022
All History now.
2.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
Manufacturing was not my first calling, In all honesty I didn't have much choice. The economy in Vermont had taken a tumble and I found myself in the middle of a recession , so I started as a temp for $6.66 , well actually $7.77 with the shift premium nights. In a short time I was made a permanent. I did get raises, and some recognition. They resisted putting me into maintenance, partly because I had communications degree and not a technical degree. They did let me do the work but as a manufacturing maintenance person for 2/3 the pay . It continued up through the ranks and a dozen years later I was the lowest paid senior tech in the dept. I worked on everything , fixed about 90% of it. I also worked on some of IBM's new products. The memory boom, yup ! Cell phones those too. 300mm all over it. in 2008 it all came to a end. By then the surrounding area was saturated with 10 years of layoffs. Soon the whole plant was sold.. so it's all history.

Pros and Cons
Company recognition, opportunities, good pay and benefits
The ism's, cronyisms, nepotism etc. they killed the golden goose.
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Inbound and outbound call center (Sales for Support)
Rochester, MN - September 14, 2022
Never work with a tunnel vision attitude!
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I was hired as a temporary salesperson on inbound calls for help with current customers of AS 400 or a System 36, who did not have a Support Contract. There were 33 of us and there were times every day that our computers crashed. I began working with IT and ended up keeping the computers running when I knew what the fix was. Eventually I was hired in the outbound Sales division to keep 130 workstations running. I also had to learn new software, install and teach each member how to use it. Imagine not going out of the box and only did sales????

Pros and Cons
You are congratulated and compensated for learning more than needed.
None at that time
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Senior System Administrator Information Technology
August 24, 2022
Best Job I Ever Had
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I work there as a college intern in the college co-op program it was in the personnel department in East Fishkill New York back in the early 80s. It was a great time working there and I was able to apply myself and learn so much.

Pros and Cons
Friendly Office
Closed the Facility
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Sr. Project Manager
August 4, 2022
Excelente place to work
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Started as a project manager, was given several project opportunities, excellent upper management support. Was promoted to Sr. Strategy project manager, where I was able to lead several teams for project development, deliver corporate solutions, strategic direction and high level implementations. The job gave me the ability to communicate and have a high level contact with managers at IBM and client's corporate managers. Had the opportunity to deliver high visibility project implementations in the private as well as the public sector.

Pros and Cons
Excellent growth opportunities, friendly work environment, high professional visibility
I personally, have no bad or negative comments reviews for this company
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Network Quality Assurance System Test Engineer
Middletown, NJ - July 8, 2022
Setup network configuration & Provision automation of AT&T Order System.
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I was an IBM employee who was assigned to work on an at&t project. The LPP is full automation Order System that supports Web GUI interface and API Interface connect to the backend Linux base and Oracle database. Its involved Equipment Inventory of CISCO, Juniper, Virtual Router Interface, Logical Provision, Router Configuration Generation, Upload Router Configuration and activate new services. This is a complex order system that I have an opportunity to work on from start to end.

Pros and Cons
IBM is a good place to work. Everyone is friendly and support each other.
The worst part is driving to work that take me 1 to 1/2 hours each way.
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Senior Software Engeneer
June 22, 2022
challaging and fast paced
4.6
Ratings
4
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Supported major computer systems for a number of customers. Responsibe for installing and mainting complex computer systems. Supported data base systems in IMS. Supported and trouble shooting application problems.

Pros and Cons
Work remotely with good support from co-workers
Did not have any cons enjoyed working with the group
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Marketing Manager
Armonk, NY - May 2, 2022
Ok place to work
3.2
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
Can get good experience but not a good place for a long term career. Management changes a lot with no coordinated plan. So wind up going threw the motions for somebody using their position as a stepping stone.

Pros and Cons
Flexible hours
Lots of politics
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Mainframe Computer Operator
Chicago, IL - March 20, 2022
Workplace where training was expected
3.8
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
I was working at a company that converted from manual and unit record process ing to computer. I was included in some training for that project because I was familiar with the applications being upgraded and because I did well in my test scores from tests provided and evaluated by IBM. About six months later I decided that the only way to learn programming was to change jobs where I could work as a computer operator and pay for programing training as I worked. When I put my name out with various agencies one of the first responses was about a job at IBM which woulod mean free training. I went innto IBM and they interviewed me and gave me a test. I must have done well on the test as they hired me the next day. They have great training programs and employees are expected to take the courses as part of their job. I learned more during my year and a half at IBM than I did in college. It was my best decision. Once you are an employee at IBM you are accepted other places very readily.

Pros and Cons
Learning about data processing
Very slow advancing
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Worked in Finance
Endicott, NY - February 24, 2022
Miss working there!
4.6
Ratings
5
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Great folks in upstate NY! Great cafeteria, great benefits, great training programs and growth opportunities. Upper management truly cares about your personal life. Be prepared to move!!!

Pros and Cons
Tons of office meals/perks! The summer crawfish boil or whatever it was, was awesome!
Doesn't pay the best starting out. But good bennies.
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Help Desk
Boulder, CO - January 19, 2022
Productive
4.2
Ratings
4
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
This was a part time job and provided me with skills and experience into IT while going to Community College.

Pros and Cons
Educational.
No problems.
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Iteration Manager
Poughkeepsie, NY - December 9, 2021
Terrible place to work
1.0
Ratings
1
Professional growth
1
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
1
Culture and Values
Unpaid on call duty constant threats from management. ALL decisions are based on how to get rid of the maximum amount of US and over 40yrs old employees.

Pros and Cons
Work from home sometimes available
Horrific management from first line managers to the CEO
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Various adm. positions, data entry clerk, recruiter, manager
Raleigh, NC - November 3, 2021
Good place to work, benefits, work schedule
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I started as a data entry clerk, promoted several times, HR recruiter, promoted to manager, eventually to middle manager.

Pros and Cons
Upward mobility & flexibility
bureaucracy, less transparency
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Sr Business Analyst
Atlanta, GA - October 29, 2021
Professional and customer focused
3.6
Ratings
3
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
I enjoyed my 6years with IBM and my customer BCBS of Maryland and Washington DC. I experienced new processes and customer faced meeting.

Pros and Cons
Personnel at IBM were friendly, professional and very experienced. Good company to work for
Long hours and no bonuses.
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Software Applications Engineer
Boca Raton, FL - July 23, 2021
Nice & respectful group of co-workers.
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I designed and developed several Omni Device DRIVERs and PM GUI's for OS/2 Warp. I developed the print graphics engine and the OS/2 OMNI image processing algorithms (including 2 patent applications). I developed various Warp PM dialogs and raster bitmap aspect alignment tools.

Pros and Cons
Very professional environment.
Not-visible enough.
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Advisory Systems/Buisness Analyst
July 9, 2021
Changing times means changing culture
3.2
Ratings
4
Professional growth
4
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
IBM was great company to work for, however, with the changes in culture and the off shoring of thousands of jobs made it a 'bottom line' institution. I had a great career with IBM and had the opportunity to travel to numerous countries. I worked with some great people who made IBM what it is today. I had the pleasure of working for some really good managers who understood the people and the work and made the job enjoyable. Their were of course some who did not live up to the standard.

Pros and Cons
Good benefits, good people, good locations
No job security
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Program Manager Business Development
Gaithersburg, MD - July 7, 2021
Excellent Place to work
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I worked at IBM/Lockheed Martin/Loral for 22 years. There were many opportunities for advancement .

Pros and Cons
Great Health benefits
A lot of transfers
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Senior advisory engineer
July 6, 2021
Be aware IBM is selling off divisions
2.2
Ratings
2
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
Be wary. IBM keeps selling off divisions. Had to deal with a lot of management and most are not competent. Too many prima donas

Pros and Cons
Not much to talk about
What you see and what you get are not the same
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Educator
Tampa, FL - June 21, 2021
Support Rep
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Great working on new products. Educating customers. Supporting call over the phone. Selling the products.

Pros and Cons
Getting awards
Not long enough
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Backup Administrator
El Segundo, CA - June 11, 2021
Remote Position with lots of Positives
3.4
Ratings
4
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
3
Culture and Values
This is a top quality company to grow your skills and contribute daily. I would recommend IBM to whomever enjoys working in IT.

Pros and Cons
Excellent Benefits including great opportunities to grow, learn, and advance.
Management is constantly changing and a bit detached.
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Sales Executive
San Francisco, CA - May 29, 2021
Horrible Experience, Non-Caring Management, Discriminates against older workers
2.6
Ratings
1
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
1
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I had a 12 month experience with IBM. After 1 month of training (away from home) and barley developing my sales territory, IBM laid off myself and 25,000 others. IBM made a huge investment in myself (training, travel, etc) and my peers and just threw it away to meet some budget. Most people laid off were older. As a stock holder in IBM I consider what they did as fiscally incompetent. Turned my life upside down at ag 62. I once had respect for IBM but no longer.

Pros and Cons
deep resources
Mgt has no idea what other mgrs are doing, Short term decisions, Discriminates against older workers
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Customer Service Representative
Boulder, CO - April 29, 2021
Fun & productive wkrkplace
4.4
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I spent 10 years of my life working here. It was good. Wou ld do it all over again. Management however is a different story. I did not have a pleasant experience, unless yku have a manager that is not white/ caucasian.

Pros and Cons
Friendly coworker environment.
Parking far away
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IT service Availability manager
April 19, 2021
Service availability manager
2.8
Ratings
2
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
2
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
I was the IT manager for the New York city region for Thomson Reuters for o about 10 years for all the Business units, supporting and leading IT for all front-end and backend services. Then we got outsourced to IBM where we continue in the same role with all the IT responsibilities for 4 years. Finally we got promoted to the IT Service Availability role for the 5th year till June 2020, where IBM moved this role to India.

Pros and Cons
Big company with many resources for growth
Job very unstable. No raise for 5 years.
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Software Development Project Manager
Durham, NC - April 8, 2021
Productive workplace with supporive colleagues
4.4
Ratings
4
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
4
Recognition & Support
4
Culture and Values
14 years with IBM and I enjoyed every minute. Was saddened when the PC division was sold resulting in a downsizing. Had multiple opportunities for working on special projects, but advancement or upward mobility was a slower progression. Im a people person and enjoyed working in the office vs working remote, although you could choose when you wanted to work from home. I was happy here and would work for IBM again.

Pros and Cons
Flexible work environment, fun, good salary and benefits,
Ended tuition reimbursement program
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Project Manager
Tampa, FL - March 26, 2021
My feelings on IBM
3.2
Ratings
3
Professional growth
3
Salary & Benefits
2
Work-Life balance
3
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I worked for IBM for a total of 17 years and I am looking to return as soon as I can.

Pros and Cons
Ability to be remote
Traing is great
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Agent
Norcross, GA - March 19, 2021
Terrible
2.2
Ratings
2
Professional growth
2
Salary & Benefits
4
Work-Life balance
1
Recognition & Support
2
Culture and Values
They use their agents promised them a pay raise and a higher position and demote them in the same week just because they need the positions filled at the time, so there’s no room to grow when it comes to that and and the pay sucksPlus the management is there any help at all because they don’t know what’s going on

Pros and Cons
I got a free cookie
This company is very Selfish
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Advisory customer support representative/Material handler
Phoenix, AZ - March 15, 2021
Everyone should want to work there. Great career
5.0
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
5
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
I started out working in Service repair center(Tucson, Az)(Shipping/receiving) Closed and moved to new location.(Newark New Jersey) Decided to take another job in Phoeinx, Az) Working Administration job in Marketing Branch Office. Was a great choice. IBM has the greatest information system in world. I learn more about marketing and everything about how to do my admin job which consisted of a large variety of things. Which made the job challenging and very rewarding.

Pros and Cons
Pay, Overtime, Benefits(People)
I enjoyed my work. No cons for me
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Senior Managing Consultant
March 4, 2021
Professional and enriching experience
4.6
Ratings
5
Professional growth
5
Salary & Benefits
3
Work-Life balance
5
Recognition & Support
5
Culture and Values
Great opportunity to work with valuable clients. Clients welcome you into their leadership meetings if they find you competent. Real advisory consulting role. take your ideas seriously. You get to work with very talented people.

Pros and Cons
great bonus, 401K match and other great benefits; even severance
high stress environment, no job security, always have to sell something to someone

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What industry does IBM fall under?
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2 years ago
Technology
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2 years ago
Computer/IT - Marketing _ Other
What’s the stock symbol of IBM?
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Benjamin Gardner3 years ago
IBM.
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2 years ago
IBM
Where is IBM’s HQ?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Armonk, NY.
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2 years ago
Armonk, New York
gender breakdown at IBM?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
gender ratio is 27.8% female, 72.2% male.
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2 years ago
I really don't know. Looked pretty even to me when I worked there(12years).
When was IBM established?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
1911.
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2 years ago
June 16, 1911
What’s IBM’s yearly revenue?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
over $10b, i think
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2 years ago
$73.6 billion in 2020
Can someone tell me who the CEO of IBM is?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Sure, the CEO is Virginia Rometty
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2 years ago
Arvind Krishna
What’s the average length of tenure at IBM?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Typically 4-8 year(s).
what kind of companies did IBM employees work for?
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Sophie Hayes3 years ago
Large companies before IBM.
what are the chances of career advancement at IBM?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
high.
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2 years ago
Great
Top future employers of IBM employees?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
Accenture, AT&T, Cognizant, Deloitte, GLOBALFOUNDRIES, Google, Lenovo, Microsoft Corporation.
Who are the top previous employers of IBM employees?
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Liam Brown3 years ago
from what i found these companies Accenture, AT&T, Deloitte, Hewlett Packard Enterprise, Oracle, PwC, Sterling Commerce, Verizon.
How old are IBM’s employees in general?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
around 21-30, 31-40.
Where did most of IBM employees go to school?
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Isabella Holmes3 years ago
New York University, North Carolina State University, Penn State University, The University of Texas at Austin, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
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