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25 days ago

Functional Curam Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

Looking for a smarter career? IBM is the place to be. Here, you can cultivate your expertise, use your knowledge to the fullest extent, or re-invent… IBM


5 days ago

Implementation Consultant (Business Analysis)

IBM Washington, DC

IBM Global Business Services helps leaders transform their businesses with dedicated expertise in eighteen industries. Around the world, IBMers… IBM


6 days ago

Hybris Senior Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

may include: - Work with Customers, end users and development partners to define and assess application and technical requirements and understand the… IBM


29 days ago

Maximo Data Migration Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

include: • Analyze business requirements and business processes to transform them into logical and physical data models • Apply normalization… IBM


25 days ago

Ariba Lead Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Ariba Lead Consultant is responsible for leading a team in the… Consultant is an experienced consultant in procurement processes/operations… IBM


15 days ago

Security Identity and Governance Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

• Hands on experience developing identity and Governance management strategies, architectures and implementation plans. This role participates in… IBM


14 hrs ago

Momentum Functional and Technical Implementation Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The Consultant will provide subject matter expertise to a Momentum… Leader. Consult with us. (2252)… IBM


24 days ago

Enterprise Asset Management (EAM) Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

include: • Lead asset management client workshops to help clients understand the benefits of asset management, implementation options, change… IBM


3 days ago

Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Consultant is responsible for… of Oracle Retail solutions. This consultant will be responsible for actively… IBM


25 days ago

SAP Basis Consultant - Fairfax, VA

IBM Washington, DC

Selected candidates may not need to travel for all projects outside of their metro area. However, all candidates must be able and willing to travel… IBM


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    Pros

    Having IBM on your resume, it is a recognized company, the benefits are great because they cover everything. They have full coverage on the employee which is great. The starting pay is also reasonable, but moving up is difficult. It depends on the performance of the company. The bonuses are reasonable. Last year because of good performance, we got an 8% bonus. The w3 is the best internal intranet that made communication and structure of IBM easy to understand. Connecting with others through yearly training events was also a nice advantage at IBM. The health rebates of $250 were also great in promoting the health of their employees.

    Cons

    bureaucracy, minimal opportunities for advancement, limited opportunities for career development and moving around to different projects. Requesting for continuing education was difficult, there was too many requirements in the degree work study program. Training was limited, even if requested by manager. Service Area Managers are not all the same across the board, some are more attentive in fighting for their employees and some aren't. Once you get onto a project, it is difficult to get off and find another project to rollover to because the requirements for the positions require several years of experience, in which an entry level employee does not have

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    I would say that more consideration for their employees. The reason I left was due to the paycuts for their IT specialists. It was not fair for people working on fixed price contracts.

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