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4 days ago

UNIX/Intel Systems Admin - TAD4D or TADDM (Level 2/3)

IBM Dubuque, IA

IT Specialists in this job role will have expertise in supporting and troubleshooting application and system problems. Typical examples of the… IBM

30+ days ago

Team Lead - System Compliance Services

IBM Dubuque, IA

IBM's Dubuque Domestic Delivery Center is seeking a Team Leader for its System Compliance Services department, responsible for providing leadership… IBM

30+ days ago

Infrastructure & Endpoint Security Services Specialist

IBM Dubuque, IA

• Maintaining the Anti-Virus, URL and/or determined scope of infrastructure for IBMs customers. This includes… IBM

30+ days ago

Storage Support Specialist

IBM Dubuque, IA

As a member of the Storage team, candidate will be responsible for the management of storage and related devices within a Storage Area Network (SAN… IBM

30+ days ago

Systems Center Configuration Manager (SCCM)-Infrastructure Specialist

IBM Dubuque, IA

• Support problem and change tickets for SCCM infrastructure support and the secondary and tertiary… IBM

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    You may have some decent people to work with, and you probably won't have to talk with the ones you don't want to. The benefits are ok. They have an online library membership that has a few useful books.


    I could list off the cons and air ibm's dirty laundry and it would be a very big and long review. But to keep it brief, there are a lot of things that will keep you shaking your head and wondering why you're still here. The absolute worst thing is it feels like the management doesn't trust the employees.

    Advice to Management

    Stop trying to track every move of every employee in triplicate. Having more of the same data you're already tracking is not going to make us any more efficient. Communicate openly; stop with the non answers. Take pay cuts at the top instead of the people doing the work. If you're losing money and cutting employees, you obviously don't deserve a bonus!

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