On average, employees at EMC Corp. give their company a 3.9 rating out of 5.0 - which is 3% higher than the average rating for all companies on CareerBliss. The happiest EMC Corp. employees are Senior Project Managers submitting an average rating of 5.0 and Technical Support Engineers with a rating of 4.5. Browse EMC Corp. Reviews by Job Title →
"A manager at EMC succeeds by making his manager happy creating yes men down the line. This causes a disconnect between management and the engineers who actually do the work and it shows in the final product."
"I worked as part of the CTO Office for several years and had a chance to work at the cutting edge of several fields. It is an influential company and there is tremendous opportunity to make an impact in the world. It is not just a storage company anymore. Its acquisition of VMWare has put it squarely in the middle of the virtualization revolution and thus the cloud revolution."
"I worked for EMC for nearly 7 years. It is a good company with a great continuously improving product line. I was able to work from home until they removed the position from my location. The worst part of working for EMC is the management turnaround does not allow for visions to be realized."
"I cannot say enough positive things about EMC's corporate culture and its treatment of employees. The org chart is very flat -- as a junior manager, I was 5 links below the CEO. Managers give solid, effective feedback and *real* performance evaluations, so you should always know where you stand. In most groups, innovation and new ideas are welcomed -- if you can put together a solid plan and show the numbers."
"I worked for EMC Corporation in the Backup & Recovery Systems Group in Santa Clara, CA. Our division was one of the leading growth division within EMC. We were able to build strong relationships with the EMC Core Field teammates which helped accelerate our revenue growth over the past 5 years."
"I was on a contract to develop automation with Testshell. A tool EMC purchased."
"Overall, EMC is a solid place to work, but does not always have opportunities for individuals to grow their careers."
"While EMC is a very good place to work for, it struggles to promote and allow people to grow their careers within the company. Many employees are forced to leave and return in order to accelerate their growth on a career level."
"EMC has been an extremely nice company to work for, however over the years it has been consistent at its level of underpaying for its staff. EMC'ers will habitually leave the company in order to advance as EMC has a habit of short-changing advancement opportunities."
"Great company to get SAN and Cloud experience, along with hardware and practices for medium and small business."
"I've worked at EMC for 4 years now. I have achieved my CCNA, I have also worked with architecture team to evaluate and select enterprise multicast and VoD solution. Implemented over 30 Cisco TelePresence/Video Conferencing systems worldwide. Within my time at EMC I have continuously troubleshot and solved complex Video Collaboration issues."
"I've worked at EMC for 7 years. People were great. Sometimes the company lacked focus and grow so fast that it lost direction at times. Company hard troubles putting the big picture together and at times the product offering seem to conflict. Synergy could be improved. Organizational structure was the core of the lack of synergy. Too Many chiefs!!! Competition is fierce and the HW is a commodity thus not preventing competitive entry. SW is being focused which is good, however transition is poor. Transition would be better off if the change is driven from within instead of always looking outside for all the answers. Eventually by creating the constant purge the company loses its identity and is a breeding ground for more competition. EMC still needs to learn how to play nice with its ecosystem."
"I have worked for RSA for 5 years and just got laid off."
"I worked @ EMC. It's a perfect company, especially the training."
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