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21 days ago

MobileFirst Services Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

The successful candidate for the MobileFirst services sales position will be responsible for the identification, progression and closure of sales… IBM


6 days ago

SoftLayer Global Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

• Maintain availability to service inbound sales inquiries in the form of sales tickets, live chats, phone calls, and direct email. • Onboard new cust… IBM


18 days ago

SoftLayer Channel Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

will include: Successful positioning of the benefits of SoftLayers partner programs in an effort to acquire new partners, bring them on board, enable… IBM


26 days ago

Security Software Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

The Security Software Sales Representative is responsible for developing Brand/product-specific solutions that… IBM


23 days ago

Enterprise Software Sales Representative - Silverpop

IBM Dallas, TX

Silverpop, an IBM Company empowers marketers with cloud-based capabilities that deliver personalized customer engagements that scale for any sized… IBM


23 days ago

Midmarket Software Sales Representative - Silverpop

IBM Dallas, TX

Silverpop, an IBM Company empowers marketers with cloud-based capabilities that deliver personalized customer engagements that scale for any sized… IBM


21 days ago

Federal SoftLayer Enterprise Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

• Qualify and develop existing and new IBM opportunities in IBM accounts • Maintain account relationships while engaging in a consultative sales… IBM


21 days ago

IBM Softlayer Enterprise Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

• Maintain account relationships while engaging in a consultative sales process by uncovering and understanding client needs while matching those… IBM


24 days ago

Strategic Outsourcing Security Services Sales Representative

IBM Dallas, TX

Position requires willingness to travel 35%-50%. Candidates can be located in any US city, but preference is for NY… IBM


6 days ago

Software Sales Representative, Mid Atlantic - Cloudant

IBM Dallas, TX

The Software Sales Representative for Cloudant will be responsible for developing solutions that address clients… IBM


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    Going downhill on the backs of employees to meet profit targets with declining revenues

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    Current Employee - Technical Solutions Manager in Dallas, TX
    Current Employee - Technical Solutions Manager in Dallas, TX

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    Pros

    Big IT Services, Computer & Software company. IBM used to be one of the top ten companies to work for until doubling profits every five years became more important than investing in IBM employees. They still allow employees to work from home in some jobs and that can be a real plus if you don't have to travel a lot. They have some promising technologies if they can bring them to market cost effectively.

    Cons

    What haven't they taken away? Pensions, Raises, Commission, work-life balance, no layoff policy, education matching program, lifetime medical coverage upon retirement opinion surveys...add that to ever increasing healthcare costs and some retirees forced to look at ObamaCare?

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    Employees may be hanging on because they haven't figured out where to go but the best ones are leaving as they see no loyalty on the part of IBM Management and the compensation plan has fallen far behind inflation. As some say, IBM is on the Roadmap to Hell in terms of doubling profits twice in ten years. As a result of giving the shaft to employees to meet the profit plan, employees have little motivation to excel as the rewards for doing so are no longer at IBM. IBM used to be one of the top companies to work for. At one time, a long time ago, I think IBM was even the number 1 company to work for. IBM hasn't made the top 100 companies to work for list in several years.

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