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30+ days ago

Test Manager

IBM East Lansing, MI

Test Managers should have at least 8 years of hands on testing experience on Requirement Analysis, Test Planning, Test effort estimation, Test… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior Developer - Control M Workload Manager

IBM East Lansing, MI

The world is getting smarter, triggering unprecedented change. IBM's unparalleled ability to bring together deep business insight, advanced research… IBM


30+ days ago

Developer - Control M / Work Load Manager

IBM East Lansing, MI

The world is getting smarter, triggering unprecedented change. IBM's unparalleled ability to bring together business insight, advanced research… IBM


30+ days ago

Enterprise Data Warehouse (EDW) Lights On (LO) Technical Lead

IBM East Lansing, MI

The IBM Services Center (ISC) occupies a unique position in the IT market -- at the intersection of business and technology. This global delivery… IBM


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    They don't care about moving people up, no salary increases.

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    Pros

    IBM has a good education program, allowing you to take online courses. The projects expose you to differing technologies and experiences. They are a challenge.

    Cons

    IBM, at least where I am, does not give yearly increases, to my knowledge. They expect you to bill your maximum hours, and do your online education on your own time. There is a lot of bureaucracy. I just earned an MBA in Aug 2013 and applied for internal entry-level consulting positions: everyone I have contacted about those positions has virtually ignored me. There is a large emphasis on the numbers, but little or no emphasis on rewarding a good job.

    Advice to Management

    Concentrate on the customer and service. The numbers will follow. Don't just rely on numbers: talk to people - you are not doing this nearly enough.


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