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IBM Employee Review

Personal growth is paramount!

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13 January 2021
IBM will cheer you on, bolster you up, enable you, and equip you to grow and soar at your career path of choice. IBM truly supports the 'growth mindset', here you are given countless resources, training and hands-on learning such as shadowing roles. Truly a 5 out of 5 company!
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Work life balance
Cons
You must apply for projects, so it cant be helped that you may feel unemployed at times.
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  1. Personal growth is paramount!