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Stop offshoring US jobs.

Financial Analyst (Current Employee)
Mechanicsburg, PA

ProsFlexible work schedule which is supported by immediate management. The pay is good; however, you earn it.

ConsLimited opportunities for professional advancement. Offshoring of US jobs which creates continuous anxiety and makes one wonder "will my job be offshored next." Matrix managment structure which makes for a stressful/ very ambiguous work environment. The company embraces a virtual team environment, so you can work in one city but work with individuals in different cities. This can create a more challenging work environment since you cannot simply walk over to a co-worker's desk to discuss a work item. Management can also be located in another city. Bottom line - there can be a dearth of face time which can hurt you during your annual review. Also, there is a tremendous focus on getting more bang for the buck. In other words, reduce the number of employees, maintain the same workload, and take on additional workload.

Advice to Senior ManagementRevisityand embrace the principles fostered by Thomas Watson which once made this a great company.

No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    Work for a company where your contribution is appreciated and rewarded. It's certainly will not be at IBM.

    Project Manager (Former Employee)
    Phoenix, AZ

    I worked at IBM

    Pros: TO say you worked for "IBM" Cons: Management didn't care. Open door policies tagged you as a bad employee. There is no ability to move to another division within the company. The… Advice to Senior Management: Instead of all the layoffs, find places for employees to stay within the company. I realize "everyone is replaceable, and everyone wants to work for… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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    Not bad for new employees, but a tough place to work for those with experience.

    Senior Hardware Engineer (Current Employee)
    Rochester, MN

    I have been working at IBM

    Pros: There is good opportunity, experience, and exposure for new employees. It's a… Cons: Continuous layoffs and work demand - I am often required to work long hours and must give up vacation time in order to meet the… Advice to Senior Management: Empower the employees and get rid of all the micro-managing… No, I would not recommend this company to a friend More
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