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30+ days ago

Tax Counsel - Controversy

IBM Armonk, NY

The IBM controversy team has three main functions. First, it manages all aspects of the U.S. federal tax audit, including overseeing the Information… IBM


8 days ago

Corporate Strategy Associate

IBM Armonk, NY

All qualified applicants should have a desire to learn and excel in a dynamic business environment. Knowledge of technology industry and experience… IBM


9 days ago

Organizational Change Management Consultant

IBM Armonk, NY

At IBM, we understand that real business value is delivered when business consulting is enriched with advanced research, analytics and technology. As… IBM


30+ days ago

Social Media Lead Analyst

IBM Armonk, NY

and requirements include: · Lead efforts to develop and implement listening queries and strategies in social media measurement tools to monitor… IBM


30+ days ago

Market Development & Insights Intern

IBM Armonk, NY

But there is a lot more to the internship than the project. Our internship program is highly structured with other key components: • Networking… IBM


30+ days ago

Global Tax Technology Analyst

IBM Armonk, NY

and complete work timely and accurately. Ideal candidate will have general knowledge in tax compliance / accounting and proficiency with general… IBM


8 days ago

Finance Coordinator

IBM Armonk, NY

Employees in this role work closely with line executives within and across business units and with senior leadership in Finance, providing guidance… IBM


8 days ago

Corporate Strategy Senior Professional

IBM Armonk, NY

The Corporate Strategy Senior Professional should have proven leadership capabilities, an innate client focus, and the ability to develop/analyze… IBM


9 days ago

Organizational Change Social Strategy Consultant

IBM Armonk, NY

At IBM, we understand that real business value is delivered when business consulting is enriched with advanced research, analytics and technology. As… IBM


30+ days ago

Tax Professional - Mergers & Acquisitions

IBM Armonk, NY

Since this position interacts with multiple legal issues and contracts, the candidate should be able to work with legal documents and interact with… IBM


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    Just another number- the company has changed over the last 15 years

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    Former Employee - Financial Client Executive in Armonk, NY
    Former Employee - Financial Client Executive in Armonk, NY

    I worked at IBM full-time (more than 10 years)

    Pros

    Great training, ability to work from home and colleagues.

    Cons

    After working there for 20 years, I can honestly say in the last 15 years I have felt the company has changed to where you are just another number. There are no raises, little bonus and most people are absolutely miserable. The culture has become work as little as possible and wait to be laid off. When I started with the company if you were a top performer you could get a 3-5% raise and a 15-21% bonus with average performers getting a smaller raise and 8-12% bonus. Now only the top 5% get little to no raise and 3-5% bonus. Everyone else gets nothing. They also have a mandatory bell curve for performance ratings which ensures on 1 -2 people (5%) get a bonus or raise. It is no surprise that companies with great cultures like Google, Apple, and others have increased their stock while IBM hasn't changed much over the last 15 years. The bottom line is management doesn't care about the employees and the employees know it and therefore don't care about the company or its performance.

    ABSOLUTE MUST: If you are about to take a job with IBM, you need to negotiate the highest salary possible because this will be your salary for the next 5-10 years.

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    The culture is such a train wreck that the only way to save this company is merge or sell to Apple, Google, Microsoft, Oracle, etc..

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