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26 days ago

Research Staff Member - Software and Applications

IBM San Jose, CA

You will develop large-scale spiking neural network models to solve real-time sensory problems in customer environments. Critical to your success is… IBM


30+ days ago

Research Staff Member -Radiology Imaging

IBM San Jose, CA

The candidates should have demonstrated independent thinking and achievements through publications in top quality conferences and journals… IBM


30+ days ago

Research Staff Member - Storage Systems

IBM San Jose, CA

The Storage Systems Department at IBM's Almaden Research Center is seeking a Research Staff Member IBM


30+ days ago

Research Staff Member - Text Mining

IBM San Jose, CA

Research Staff Member applicants should have a PhD in Electrical Engineering/Computer Science or… IBM


30+ days ago

Research Staff Member - Information Security

IBM San Jose, CA

The ideal candidate will contribute to ongoing client delivery work while generating novel ideas (theoretical and practical) in the areas of… IBM


26 days ago

Research Staff Member-Scalable Systems / Supercomputing Architect

IBM San Jose, CA

You will design and architect our next generation neural supercomputers. You will work closely with Application Specific Integrated Circuit (ASIC… IBM


2 days ago

Software Engineer – new

IBM San Jose, CA

The ideal candidate will contribute to ongoing client delivery work while generating novel ideas (theoretical and practical) in the areas of… IBM


26 days ago

Research Scientist

IBM San Jose, CA

Meta-genomic analysis will be build upon new IT services where multiple organisms can be identified in a single test. Candidates for this position… IBM


2 days ago

Research Summer Intern – new

IBM San Jose, CA

Candidates must have a desire and proven ability to invent and build. Skills in any subset of big data technologies, text analytics, information… IBM


30+ days ago

Post Doctorate Researcher

IBM San Jose, CA

The Post Doctorate Researcher is expected to work as part of a multidisciplinary research team developing and applying computational chemistry and… IBM


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    Good workers, very bad executive management.

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    Former Employee - Software Engineer in San Jose, CA

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    Pros

    A lot of good, helpful workers. Decent salary. Flexible work schedule.

    Cons

    Working 60+ hours a week not uncommon, including weekends, just to keep up with the work. Performance ratings are given out on a curve. So, even if you are in an area with a lot of high performers, only a small percentage are allowed to get high ratings and good performers will get low ratings. Those that get the lower ratings are candidates for being laid off.
    Executives are focused on EPS and stock prices - likely due to the fact that a lot of their salary is in stock bonuses. Instead of focusing on delivering high-quality products and satisfying their customers to increase revenue, they rely on cutting expenses, including lay-offs. The employees are fearful of the next round of lay-offs, which occur more and more frequently. There is no longer respect for the employees by the executives like there used to be.

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    IBM's #1 business principle used to be respect for the individual. This is no longer the case. Currently employees feel like they could be laid off at any time just to make the bottom line look better. This had lead to very low morale in departments.

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