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As a consultant you get the typical long hours and client demands associated with any IT project. STAY AWAY from the CIC unless this is your absolute last pathway for employment. Management could care less about your own personal job growth and will assign you to whatever is most profitable. Pay was way under industry standards and promotions take a long time to come by. That being said if you are looking for a very entry level position and under average pay this can be a place to pick up some skills to be introduced to the workforce. High turnover rate is very common and freshers are always being hired it seems. Understand the difference between IBM core and the delivery center beforehand.
Flexible work depending on projects, Opportunity to learn the industry
Long hours, Underwhelming pay, Management was subpar
Good interview process. Initial screening will be done by company HR. Next round will be the technical round conducted by technical team which will be a video conference. Once we are through technical round, management round will be done and offer will be provided with in 2 days.
IBM is a people oriented company, and constantly remind each employee of trust and personal responsibility, and integrity. We need to refresh the annual business conduct guideline education. IBM HR and functional management continually encourage all employees to increase their professional skill sets via eLearning. Every employee has to complete a minimum of 40 hours on-line learning per year. Quarterly performance checkpoint is systematically tracked in a HR tool.
work from home, management directed time-off
multi tasking, tight project schedules
IBM is a great place to work. I worked as a Worldwide Supply Chain Planner which was a very busy, results-driven job. Daily interface with many in the department, as well as offshore plants in Japan, Hungary & Singapore. Must be comfortable making many Excel charts, management presentations and be on top of the daily requests and inventory of your high-volume product line. You get a real feel for the global process.
A typical day of work was administrating contracts for clients, before and after sale. I learned a huge amount at IBM, when I started I couldn't even write an email in English, and I left leading business meetings with people around the world in German.
Huge number of opportunities, great training for employees
Long hours on quarter ends
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I used to work in the office, had a desk and 23 emploeyess responding to me. I learned a lot about leadership by example, how to create and correct invoices, accounts receivable, project management and administratives functions. I used to host calls with people in different parts of the world to solve issues.
Opportunities, lot to learn, big company
Big company with different kinds of management styles
overall IBM is good place to get hands on experience, having interpersonal relation is very important in IBM
Overall Good experience, working at this company is good, having good work culture, ethics & lot of online skill development programs
Havng career options only in head office.
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