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IBM provided guidance and mentorship in a continuously learning environment that promoted innovation to clients. All projects are different but every project and training, you learn something new.
As an IBM Consultant, you have to be prepared to travel. This can be tiring at times and most consultants become accustomed to hotel life. I had really good managers and team overall, however, the on boarding process can be long, especially with getting equipment.
well.. online mandatory courses as in any other big company. Daily job depends what position you have in IBM, but generaly it is OK. Most enjoyable part was when I was working homeoffice 50% of the time, but then they cancelled it so it sucked hard...
Most enjoyable, laid back environment and strong technical minority staff I've ever worked with in over 17 years. Decent folks to work with. It had it's fair share of challenges but with any job that's just how it is. You learn to "overcome" and "work thru" your issues.
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Would never recommend anyone to work at ibm. They only care about their 77% India employees to 23% US employees ratio and will lay-off US employees.
IBM only cares about the bottom line and money and not about their loyal, dedicated and qualified employees! Since they allow you to work from home they expect you to work during your vacation and even sometimes when you’re sick.
Vacation time off, work from home
Lay-off US employees no matter how qualified just to hire India personnel!, Expect you to work on your vacation time.
My job was ok. I came from another background and it was totally different than what he job description stated. I think management needs an overhaul and more opportunities should be provided for everyone.
Work and life balance. Several days off
Stagnated and not stable
IBM provided a great opportunity to gain data analysis knowledge, providing several challenges in improving work efficiencies. There were several projects to streamline the data analysis process as well as automate it. They included designing and implementing procedures that would help the functions of the data analyst. The company had a great workplace culture although the management somewhat felt lacking in direction. They would sometimes give conflicting instructions to implement taks and achieve goals. A typical day at work would include performing analysis on on incoming data to ensure compatibility with the company's own data format. When there was no new incoming data, then maintenance was done on existing systems to improve efficiencies. I acquired SQL knowledge as well learning the functions of the company as well as structure of the company, identifying the different system processes. The job had great benefits, salary and would always take care of the personal needs of the employees.
Great benefits, Salary.
Management lacked clear sense of direction.