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9 days ago

EMC Acct Mgr, Tier 1 Channel Partner

EMC Santa Clara, CA

Works closely with a specific Tier 1 partner (or group of Tier 1 partners) to establish relationships and develop robust business plans that drive… EMC


30+ days ago

EMC Account Manager, H/C Verticals (HFD)

EMC Santa Clara, CA

help address those challenges. Focus account planning and effort on the top 50 Top Account Focus: Achieve EMC footprint in at least 5 top… EMC


28 days ago

Senior Manager, HR Business Partner

EMC Santa Clara, CA

• Consult with management in the strategic planning process and develop and implement aligned HR strategies that support business priorities… EMC


12 days ago

Master Visual Designer – Mobile Applications and Interface

EMC Santa Clara, CA

• Create trend-setting visuals for steady output of game-changing apps. • Team up with a small group of creative thinkers, designers, and developers… EMC


30+ days ago

EMC Acct Mgr, Channel Partner Sales

EMC Santa Clara, CA

Works closely with new and existing partners to establish relationships that drive new business, retain existing customers and develop the Partner… EMC


30+ days ago

EMC Channel Acct Mgr, *Partner Development

EMC Santa Clara, CA

spanning all market segments • Contributes to formulating and driving execution of near and long… EMC


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    Overall good company to work for.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pleasanton, CA
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Pleasanton, CA

    I have been working at EMC

    Pros

    Good products and benefits, salary.

    Cons

    Too much outsourcing to foreign countries and extensive use of contractors who don't necessarily speak English very well even when technically they are capable workers The above could sometimes hampers communication within the team and can strain working relationships since the foreign speakers can misstate their thoughts due to language differences and can come across as being curt or rude.

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    Keep hiring American workers whenever possible.

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