IBM Reviews in Tucson, AZ

Updated September 8, 2014
Updated September 8, 2014
11,853 Reviews
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  • Work from home 2 days/week if you have to commute over 45 minutes to the office (in 1297 reviews)

  • Work life balance ( Work from home) & wider opportunity if you have good network (in 1271 reviews)

  • Though the company espouses work life balance there is no getting away from work (in 410 reviews)

  • Senior Management thinks that too many metrics are replacement for good management (in 207 reviews)

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    A respectable company that needs to do some damage control before its too late.

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    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Tucson, AZ
    Current Employee - Software Engineer in Tucson, AZ

    I have been working at IBM


    It always looks good to have IBM on your resume since it is such a respected company. There are good, intelligent people to learn from. IBM pushes innovation so most of their employees hold multiple patents.


    No one seems satisfied at IBM Tucson. Many people have left or are looking for work outside the company. The main reasons are compensation and career advancement.

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    The compensation program needs to be adjusted. That is most people's main complaint as their co-workers are able to get jobs outside the company make upwards of 20% more in salary. Compressed work weeks is another perk outside companies are offerring that IBM may seriously want to consider. Additionally, senior positions are filled by people retired on the job while people with less years are doing all the work and getting none of the recognition.

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