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3 days ago

Sr Systems Engineer – new

EMC Pittsburgh, PA

Provides high-level technical expertise in support of pre-sales activities in the assigned market. Assists in the analysis, design and development of… EMC


15 days ago

Associate Customer Service Engineer-GSAP

EMC Pittsburgh, PA

Who We Are EMC is a global leader in enabling businesses and service providers to transform their operations and deliver information technology as a… EMC


30 days ago

Sr Account Manager, Enterprise

EMC Pittsburgh, PA

Sr. Account Manager When you choose EMC, you join a diverse world of innovative thought leaders. At our core is a commitment to workplace diversity… EMC


30 days ago

Service Account Manager

EMC Pittsburgh, PA

Provides focus and drives consistency in the execution of all Maintenance Support Services-MSS related matters to a strategic account/customer. Acts… EMC


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    Pros

    There is an opportunity to make very good money at EMC. They have a very good and broad product line and management seems to be very talented with good vision.

    Cons

    The hours are terrible and the aggravation for the money is not worth it. They claimed to foster a good work/life balance but in reality, the expectations of work produced requires constant effort almost 18 hrs a day. If you want to grind yourself down and do nothing other than work, you can make some good money but putting up with the politics and management idiosyncrasies, doesn't seem worth the pain.

    Advice to Management

    Less politics and more effort on helping everyone be their best. Also, don't pay lip service to the work/life balance and say it's okay to take off time only to expect response to email, etc.


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