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Oracle Database Administrator (DBA) Subject Matter Expert (SME) – new

IBM Washington, DC

IBM's Domestic Delivery Center in downtown Dubuque, Iowa is seeking Oracle Database Administrators (DBA) Subject Matter Expert (SME). Oracle DBA SME… IBM

7 hrs ago

Product Manager – new

IBM Washington, DC

, a Product Manager leads a cross-functional team. Typically, however, none of the team members report directly to the Product Manager. A Product… IBM

7 hrs ago

SmartCloud Orchestrator IT Automation Engineer – new

IBM Washington, DC

The Engagement Solution Architect role is responsible for the development of technical IBM Strategic Outsourcing (SO) solutions. They spend 20-40% of… IBM

7 hrs ago

Transition Manager – new

IBM Washington, DC

This role supports transfer of responsibility for service delivery from the customer to the delivery organization during the initial stages of the… IBM

7 hrs ago

System Operations Center Specialist (Senior) – new

IBM Chantilly, VA

include: 1. Maintaining software patches for all servers 2. Build servers from bare… IBM

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IBM CEO Virginia Rometty
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    I work with good people, but unfortunately the company is mostly driven by meeting EPS goals.

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    Current Employee - Managing Consultant  in  Arlington, VA
    Current Employee - Managing Consultant in Arlington, VA

    I have been working at IBM full-time for more than 3 years


    Very Smart employees, Good for gaining leadership experience, Company still has a lot of prestige (looks good on resume), Competitive Starting Salary & Benefits


    Slow & Tedious Promotion Process (You essentially have to write 16 essays on why you deserve a promotion and this is with the new "less cumbersome" Go Organic process). Executive pay is tied to EPS Goals and any failure to meet those goals rolls down on employees and effects compensation. Company changed 401(k) matching so that match is paid in lump sum to 401(k) at the end of the year. You miss out on investment growth throughout the year and if you leave before 15 December, you don't receive any match for the entire year.

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    Stop being a slave to EPS goals and invest in your people, who are your most valuable assets.

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