IBM – Katowice
IBM Delivery Centre in Katowice is a part of IBM Global Services Delivery Centre Polska. The Centre is providing high-value information technology… IBM
IBM – Caracas
IBM de Venezuela se encuentra en la búsqueda de System Administrator Unix /… IBM
IBM – Suzhou
Support AIX, Red Hat Linux, Solaris, Cluster(AIX PowerHA/HACMP, and other), and HULFT services activities defined in the Panasonic SO (Version… IBM
IBM – Shenzhen
of Systems Operation (Including Client -Server) Knowledge of TCP/IP, LDAP, SMTP and Oracle RAC. Ability to write/debug shell/perl scripts. Skill… IBM
IBM – Brno
Server management unit provides support for the base operating system on servers by implementing standard OS parameter configuration and version… IBM
IBM – Dallas, TX
SoftLayer has a need for an Linux/UNIX Systems Administrator with a demonstrated… IBM
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I worked at IBM full-time (More than 10 years)Doesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEODoesn't RecommendPositive OutlookDisapproves of CEO
There are boundless opportunities and it is one of few companies where the sky might be the limit. There is a real commitment to work life balance and the company provides opportunities for volunteering.
This is one place where one person holds their career in your hands. If the manager does not like you, your career is pretty much over. There is a constant fear of being RA'd (IBM's term for laid off). The relative contribution metric pretty much assures that you will in fact not share your accomplishments with the team. Instead of making the slice of cheese larger, an increasing amount of people compete for a smaller slice of cheese while the executive ranks get the big bonuses.
Advice to Management
They really need to do away from the relative contribution model. STOP bleeding mid career talent in favor of college kids! Today's millenials are taking jobs and training and then leaving in two years because they are not afforded any oppotunities. The middle management needs a vigorious shakedown.