"I worked at IBM as a summer intern in 2018. I find IBM a great place to learn, grow and work in new and exciting technologies. My seniors and mentors were very helpful and the projects were interesting. Most importantly, my ideas were taken into consideration and feedback was provided. If I were to improve one thing though, it would be the on boarding process. There was some confusion with several of the interns including me, making the on-boarding process slightly difficult. Overall, I consider IBM to be a very good place to work and learn."
"Friendly team and company."
"no comments i like to add at this time."
"My previous company was purchased by IBM. Big company experience was helpful but I enjoy start-ups."
"A very poor company with a toxic culture."
"I worfed in IBM china for two years. I thinks that is is a good work environment but depends on project."
"it was good but it couldve been better."
"Good work environment. Everyone in my team is very cooperative; when we are assigned tasks, everyone gets involved to resolve any issues. I met very good team members here."
"I worked for IBM for 5.5 years. The first 3 years were with LATAM sales and support. I traveled extensively to Latin America to meet with new prospects and existing clients. These were my best 3 years at IBM. The last 2 years I was in a role that did not require traveling. It was basically growth on existing accounts."
"I've worked for IBM since 2015. I've found it to be an amazing company with good values and a strong emphasis on leadership within our company. The company employs 400,000 and has more than 4 locations in Texas."
"Excellent work environment. Powerful management. Enjoyed it a lot. Work hard and you'll create history."
"I’ve worked for IBM for nearly 2 years and have greatly enjoyed my experience. I have learned a lot from highly-intelligent and innovative individuals."
"Valuable experience. Access to a lot of companies (clients) from around the globe while working for a company with high name recognition. They're constantly trying to reinvent themselves in a highly volatile environment. They do change for the sake of change without a clear vision or grasp of a realistic outcome. They're not the IBM most companies expect. They overcommit and underdeliver."
"This is a job for a paycheck - nothing more. Once you understand that, you will be fine. You are paid to flip hamburgers."
"Very misogynistic company. Opportunity to advance only given to those who have been with the company 15+ years, adding to the stagnant culture."
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