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19 days ago

SAP Master Data Governance (MDG) Senior Managing Consultant

IBM Philadelphia, PA

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


30+ days ago

Workday Human Capital Management (HCM) Functional Consultant Subject Manner Expe

IBM Philadelphia, PA

include resolving functional/security configuration issues; fielding "how to" questions; resolving issues related to Workday Business Processes… IBM


30+ days ago

Sterling Order Management IT Architect

IBM Philadelphia, PA

The IT architect will also lead the design & development of reusable artifacts, across the life-cycle phases of an OMS implementation… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior .NET Developer

IBM Philadelphia, PA

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


30+ days ago

Senior Data Modeler - Strategy & Analytics (S&A)

IBM Philadelphia, PA

It is also expected that newly hired resources into the Global Business Services U.S. practice live within a reasonable commuting distance… IBM


30+ days ago

BAO ETL- Data Integration Consultant

IBM Philadelphia, PA

It is also expected that newly hired resources into the Global Business Services U.S. practice live within a reasonable commuting distance (generally… IBM


30+ days ago

Bluemix Security Penetration Tester

IBM Philadelphia, PA

If you have Penetration Testing experience, passion for ethical hacking and you want to make the difference in IBM's future working on the latest… IBM


19 days ago

SAP Project Manager - Center of Excellence

IBM Philadelphia, PA

include: - Developing work plans, managing deadlines and coordination of project team and sub-team activities - Estimating project skill… IBM


4 days ago

Public Commercial Healthcare Operations and Sales Leader

IBM Philadelphia, PA

IBM Global Business Services is in need of a Commercial Healthcare Operations and Sales Leader to join our growing North America Commercial… IBM


30+ days ago

IBM Strategy & Analtyics (S&A) Senior Platform Development Engineer

IBM Philadelphia, PA

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


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    Pros

    Good pay level. Decent benefits. Don't have to work hard. Can work from home. The company reigns supreme at cutting costs for everything. Company has high integrity in that it does what it says it will do (although the amount of running around you are made to do is olympic in level).

    Cons

    Not much compensation upside. Highly political environment. Leadership is often clueless and disconnected from what is really going on. Constant resource actions (code for layoffs). Teams are not provided with needed management data. An unbelievable amount of broken systems. Constant automated emails that make no sense. Getting technical support for the average person is ridiculously hard (have to chat with someone off shore). Lotus Notes is terrible. Executives get top shelf support, while everyone else is treated poorly. Open Office is terrible. Approvals on top of approvals are oppressive. Culture has no sense of humor.

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    Wake up and get out of your holes to find out what is really going on out in the field. Engagement is lower than low. Try experiencing life as an employee. Think about how you can help teams do their job. Instead of picking off and letting the good leaders go for bringing up the real problems suggest taking the wax out of your ears and helping people.

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