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3 days ago

Governmental Program Executive – new

IBM Washington, DC

IBMs Export Regulation Office is responsible for obtaining all US export authorizations necessary to deliver IBM hardware, software, technology and… IBM


11 days ago

Workday Functional Absence Management Consultant/Analyst

IBM Washington, DC

As a Workday Functional Absence Management Consultant/Analyst you will be designing and implementing, and configuring the Workday Absence Management… IBM


3 days ago

Security Technical Sales Specialist - Trusteer – new

IBM Washington, DC

· Support sales team on prospect conference calls, web conferences and onsite visits by providing product demonstrations expertly responding to… IBM


9 days ago

Maximo Spatial I/T Specialist

IBM Washington, DC

In this job role you'll use your expertise in translating IT requirements into great design, as well as development and assembly of components… IBM


8 days ago

Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Retail Merchandising Functional Consultant is responsible for the successful delivery of Oracle Retail Merchandising suite project… IBM


9 days ago

Mobile Architect - Center of Compentency (CoC)

IBM Washington, DC

As a member of the world's leading and largest consulting organization, you'll tap into resources that only a global leader like IBM can provide… IBM


3 days ago

Cloud Full Stack Architect – new

IBM Washington, DC

Now we want to bring the best of breed outsourcing skills, to the best of breed cloud infrastructure and to do that we need talented, motivated… IBM


11 days ago

Security Engineer

IBM Washington, DC

• Integrating QRadar with customer operations including network management and ticketing systems, and assisting customers in building operational… IBM


27 days ago

Oracle Retail Senior Functional Consultant

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Retail Senior Managing Functional Consultant is responsible for the successful development and completion of Oracle Retail Merchandising… IBM


21 hrs ago

Oracle Order to Cash Senior Consultant – new

IBM Washington, DC

The Oracle Order-to-Cash Consultant is responsible for successful delivery of Oracle Quote to Cash technology/process deliverables to Industrial… IBM


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    Smart people and good for resume, but not a great experience

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    Current Employee - Consultant in Washington, DC
    Current Employee - Consultant in Washington, DC

    I have been working at IBM full-time (more than an year)

    Pros

    The people I work with are really smart. Great for the resume, as IBM is a pretty well respected company. My coworkers have left for great tech companies and top 5 business schools. Good benefits (but getting worse).

    Cons

    Hard to get recognition for good work. You're only as good as your PBC rating (IBM's end of year rating system), which can get pretty political and bureaucratic. Management is out of touch with employees and how they feel about the company. People at my level are VERY negative about IBM. Lots of turnover. In Public Sector you can get stuck on a project forever (I've been on the same one for my entire time at IBM and would have to burn a lot of bridges to get off of it, if I even could). 401K matching once a year is bad for employees. Do not feel connected to company as a whole. Management is out of touch with how employees feel about the company. Hard to motivate for IBM's success when the company doesn't give bonuses or raises for people who are supposedly performing well. After almost two years here, and performing very well according to all of my evaluations, I am actually making LESS money than when I started when you consider inflation and the fact that company healthcare costs have gone up.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop making the entire focus of the company to increase earnings per share. Your employees are a great asset, and, from what I can see, you're losing a lot of the good ones by not making them feel like "just a number." Sending out emails about our "practices" is not enough to make employees enthusiastic about IBM.

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