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Surveillance Specialist

IBM Essex Junction, VT

The Surveillance Specialist provides a wide range of security and process consulting, risk management, and training services. They support… IBM

30+ days ago

Software Developer

IBM Essex Junction, VT

As an IBM Software Developer, you'll use the latest tools and technologies available to deliver state-of-the-art data centric analytics software… IBM

30+ days ago

Semiconductor Device Engineering Professional

IBM Essex Junction, VT

include leadership of cross functional support teams (e.g., test, failure analysis, unit process, reliability, manufacturing, and research… IBM

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    Former Employee - Advisory Hardware Engineer in Essex Junction, VT
    Former Employee - Advisory Hardware Engineer in Essex Junction, VT

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

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    Although work-life balance continues to suffer with each passing year, you are still flexible to take care of errands and appointments as needed. There is a plethora of talented people in the workplace. And for the most part, there is mutual respect among co-workers.


    Work morale is at an all-time low due to layoffs and feeling underappreciated by upper management. Because of this, most of the employees who would otherwise be motivated and passionate to innovate, just put in their time, and hope they survive the next round. Perks are practically nonexistent. Benefits, if you can even call it that, continue to get worse. Salary is subpar compared to the competition. And salary increases are a meager 1-3%, if you are even lucky to get one. Promotions are quite difficult to come by, and management does little to nothing to help you grow in your career. The buildings are old and dilapidated, and many of the offices are vacant. This sets off a depressing mood as you stroll down the hallways. But what I find most amusing are the water fountains that are not chilled. What's up with that?

    Advice to Management

    If you want to be the best in the business, start by treating the employees the way you would want to be treated. They are the ones who help pave the way to excellence.

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