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Enterprise Architect

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PMO Client Advocate Sr Advisor

Dell Washington, DC

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Client Services Advisor

Dell Washington, DC

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Citrix Systems Administrator (SME)

Dell Washington, DC

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Business Operations Analyst

Dell Washington, DC

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Client Advocate Sr Analyst

Dell Washington, DC

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    Great Benefits, poor career opportunities

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    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer in Washington, DC
    Former Employee - Mechanical Engineer in Washington, DC

    I worked at Dell full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    Some great benefits such as 401k match with immediate vesting, bonus, tuition reimbursement, subsidized healthcare costs. Work life balance is great in my position, 40 hours of work a week is the norm. Very low stress. Great coworkers who are hard working and not difficult to deal with. Management in office is very flexible and helpful in helping with issues.

    Cons

    -Absolutely no career development in my office
    -Cut PTO across the board by 5 days, and forced to accrue time with only 2 weeks advance notice
    -Went private and stopped giving yearly raises
    -Less of an overall team environment, as everyone is supporting their government customers in groups/individually. May not do work with many Dell employees

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Employees understand that some short term cuts have to be made (such as what was done with PTO benefits) in order for the company to succeed in the long term. But give employees more notice that you are going to do cuts, not on a friday afternoon two weeks before the cuts go into effect. That is just bad business. Provide more career development services for employees in your satellite offices.

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