IBM Software Engineer Jobs in Toronto, ON

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7 days ago

Experienced Front End Developer

IBM Markham

We play a major role in delivering technology to the IBM intranet. Currently we are re-imagining several of the key tools that are used internally by… IBM


15 days ago

Lead Development Support Manager

IBM Markham

The IBM Digital Sales Lead Development organization is a leading-edge team of over 200 sellers in North America. The team is responsible for… IBM


23 days ago

Technical Support Professional

IBM Markham

Come join the IBM Cloud unit in delivering the next wave of capabilities for the IBM UrbanCode Products. UrbanCode has hundreds of customers… IBM


23 days ago

Application Developer

IBM Markham

• Participate in designing, coding, testing, debugging, and configuring applications • Work as part of a dynamic team member throughout the… IBM


23 days ago

Business Development Representative

IBM Markham

They are also responsible for targeting existing buyers for repeat business depending on the marketing initiative. They are an integral member of the… IBM


30+ days ago

Software Developer

IBM Markham

• Performs investigation, design, and implementation of medium to complex sized… IBM


30+ days ago

Senior Developer, Compilers (Markham - experienced professional)

IBM Markham

Our compilers are at the cutting edge of compilation technology, and deliver industry leading benchmark results on IBM and other hardware. We produce… IBM


30+ days ago

WebSphere Commerce Software Developer, Internship (Markham, ON)

IBM Markham

for WebSphere Commerce Software Developer include: Commerce is the industry leading e-commerce platform in the market today and is based on… IBM


30+ days ago

Information Developer

IBM Markham

IBM is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive… IBM


30+ days ago

WebSphere Commerce Information Developer, Coop, (Markham, Ontario)

IBM Markham

The WebSphere Commerce development team is looking for a candidate to work independently and to take on a role within the organization. The candidate… IBM


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    Current Employee - Course Developer in Toronto, ON (Canada)
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    I have been working at IBM full-time (More than 10 years)

    Pros

    Large resource base of internal training, information, and subject matter experts. Relatively cutting-edge development tools and practices.

    Cons

    Leadership is solely focused on Earnings Per Share, and not on customers or employees. There are undisclosed yearly layoffs ("workforce rebalancing") of around 10% per year, and stacked (forced-distribution) ranking, which is used to justify cuts where the earnings are not performing as desired, and to shift the workforce to cheaper labor by off-shoring jobs and hiring new grads. This is resulting in plummeting employee morale, engagement, and loyalty. The drive to increase speed and cost savings removes any pride in the quality of work you do, or the feeling of empowerment to be able to do a good job. Leadership responds to any negative feedback by blaming employees with a "beatings will continue until morale improves" philosophy. If you want a good sense of what employees are really thinking, go to the IBM Alliance web site, which is the only place to get any sense of the yearly bloodshed. There is a general consensus that IBM engages in age-discrimination by "resource actioning" a disproportionate number of employees over 50. However, the company has changed it's reporting process so that it is impossible to prove this in court (after having been successfully sued in the past for this practice).

    Advice to Management

    Stop focusing on arbitrary EPS targets. Focus on Customers and quality, and stop treating your employees like numbers on a spreadsheet. Your employees are smart -- they can figure out what is really going on, no matter how much money you pour into propaganda videos.


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