"I have been in the company since 2013, strong company and solid methodologies. A lot to contribute and nice working environment.They still have to improve the way employee performance is captured and evaluated."
"I have been working in IBM from 2005 supporting Telecommunication client AT&T."
"I have worked in IBM since 2005 supporting telecommunication client AT&T."
"It's a huge company with good opportunities."
"I enjoy IBM greatly. Work-life balance is great in my department although it may not be in others, and I enjoy what I do."
"I have been working in this company more then a year. Overall not bad company for starters, but if you have years of experience, then just look for other options. 11 new people were hired with me, now only 3 of them left here within a year. Others found better job offers in different companies and left. So basically they keep hiring from one side, and keep losing employees from other side."
"Good place to work, Good and helping co-worker, nice place to learn new technology."
"IBM is my first company and I was recruited out of campus interview. I joined IBM in August 2005 at Kolkata, India and have found it an amazing place to work and learn. IBM is a pioneer in IT Service. The company has so much to teach you in terms of technical skills, job roles. It provides a lot of opportunity to develop your career path and that is why I remained with this organization for so long even with modest pay."
"Perfect! It has been a perfect company to start my career!"
"I worked for IBM for 31 years in sales and sales management/operations. IBM is not the company it was when I signed. Things change every year. But, I've met so many exceptional people at IBM."
"If you need a job, and can't find one elsewhere, then certainly go ahead and work for IBM. But IBM is a shell of it's former self. It is run by an executive team that has one objective: Get the price of the stock up in the short term so they can sell their options. IBM thinks of employees as Liabilities, not Assets."
"IBM's tunnel vision has left long term customers who still have substantial contracts with IBM for services without the needed resources to effectively complete the work. From what my direct supervisor told me, 90 days after these massive layoffs IBM will be hiring contractors to replace those that were laid off. Many of those being laid off have years of experience and knowledge and will be replaced with resources that are new to the environments. I do not understand how this is putting the customer first."
"IBM is a very good company with several business units working together. It would be an excellent workplace if internal politics were reduced."
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