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10 days ago

Indirect Tax Professional

IBM Southbury, CT

include maintaining a positive working relationship with staff, internal and external customers, working closely with U.S Indirect Tax audit staff… IBM

6 days ago

Technical Operations Analyst

IBM Southbury, CT

of the role, Operations Analysts also provide a demonstrated level of problem determination and recovery. Operations Analysts are expected to be able… IBM

9 days ago

Financial Planning, Accounting, and Tax Analyst Co-op

IBM Southbury, CT

We are currently seeking to fill co-op positions in IBM Accounting, Tax and Financial Planning. The co-op program is a full time role for six months… IBM

17 days ago

System Services Representative

IBM Southbury, CT

This role is an individual contributor responsible for on-site installation, maintenance and repair of IBM and multi-vendor systems and components… IBM

23 days ago

Solutions Enablement Marketing Manager

IBM Southbury, CT

Based on their knowledge of the marketing and selling processes, employees in this role lead the planning, production and delivery of… IBM

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    Current Employee - Senior Managing Consultant in Hartford, CT
    Current Employee - Senior Managing Consultant in Hartford, CT

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    Solid structure, assistance with everything from personal issues, to taxes/finances, to you name it. Big Dog on the porch. IBM's RA's, ("Resource Actions"...otherwise known as firing frenzies or layoff cycles...) do, at some times, get rid of the ash and trash. And that's a good thing. Good benefits. Casual environment. Fairly flexible in terms of personal needs (time off, work from home, etc.)


    Easy to get lost. Not supportive of the individual consultant all that much. Tough to establish a personal network...took me well into my 5th year here to really establish a network of associate partners and partners that I could really trust...and were genuinely helpful...and seemed as if they were honestly looking out for my best interests. Still feel like a 'contractor' to IBM, even though I am a full time employee. Waaaay too many 'offshore resources' here in the USA. Have received various bonuses since my arrival her 6 years ago, but year to year, I've received ZERO base salary increase. Internal managers (the folks who rate you annually) seem randomly selected (at best), and most have zero leadership skills. Pushing too much infrastructure off-shore to folks who struggle with common business practices (and the English language.)

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