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    Some good and some improvements needed

    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at EMC


    Interesting work within a changing environment. Things change year to year, so the job is not stagnant.

    Very good benefits, 401k matching, health care options for singles and families.

    Openness to moving around within the company every 2-3 years. The company has tried hard to introduce new things to enhance overall experience (upgraded free coffee, random events with free beer during workday, good items at the cafeteria).

    Flexible work schedule (remote options, work-wise program) are available and management is open to letting their employees find the right balance.


    The type of work changes based on Sr. Leadership decisions. Very reactive as a company, will make sweeping changes without a lot of understanding of what it takes to change.

    Pay scale is very lopsided, and year to year increases are extremely small, barely growing for inflation. Yearly reviews are done separately from Annual Compensation Reviews, thus taking all the negotiation power away from the employee. The Yearly reviews do not reflect the type of work the resource is providing to the group/company. Extreme lack of understanding of how to keep talent motivated and within the EMC family. Losing many people to start ups, based on tedious work and lower salary. In a good job market, EMC cannot compete if they don't change their salary and recognition standards.

    Some groups there is zero ability to move up, thus forcing the resource to look into other groups for promotions. HR is very hardlined about not going above the standard increase for even the top resources.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Need to create more opportunities within the same groups. Consider moving people around in order to keep them fresh and cross-trained when people leave.

    Need to promote and incentivize good "managers". These people are few and far between and it hurts the overall work environment when they leave.

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