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*Application by Invite Only* Graduate - Software Designer- Immediate Start

IBM Hursley, England

The IBM Design Division need talented and motivated junior designers to join an era of design-led innovation at one of the largest software companies… IBM


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    Has it's good points but no longer the company or employer it used to be

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    Former Employee - Senior Marketing Manager in Basingstoke, England (UK)
    Former Employee - Senior Marketing Manager in Basingstoke, England (UK)

    I worked at IBM

    Pros

    Very progressive in terms of flexible working options including working from home. Large number of business areas provide, at least in theory, a wide variety of career development options without changing employer. IBM is a recognised company name throughout the industry which can help in your professional work (in terms of opening doors, getting appointments etc) and also is a name people of heard of outside the industry.

    Cons

    IBM no longer seems to treat its people well, at least in the UK. Employee benefits have been incrementally reduced with every turn and annual 'update', leading to a very cynical workforce (in terms of 'the company' and its anticipated next steps) which does nothing for morale or productivity. Many long-serving IBM employees continue to be motivated by their pride in doing a good job (for the company, their colleagues, themselves) and wanting to support their colleagues, however overall satisfaction with IBM management is undoubtedly at an all time low.

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    Don't look for ways to squeeze employees more and more at every turn, hard to measure but it kills morale and any feel-good factor.

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