IBM offers a competitive benefits program, designed to help employees build a solid financial foundation for meeting a diverse array of needs — health care, income protection, retirement security, and personal interests. As of January 1, 2012, newly hired regular employees are eligible for the programs described here.
IBM's benefit package is excellent, however, the cost for family coverage is very high
Great benefits, including 401k match, flexible work schedule, good vacation time, health benefits and maternity leave. I recommend this company.
Fairly comprehensive set of benefits including 401K match with great funds and lots of options to choose from for health care based on need and budgets
No 401k match for new employees. Medical benefits are fantastic, bar none, never seen better for a lower wage job.
5% 401K Matching, generous vacation days
401K Match at 6% is great. they hold back the payout until mid December. If you leave before that you get nothing.
good company perks, including contribution towards a fitness device... but holding 401k match until year-end is another way the company demonstrates focus on bottom line above employees
IBM used to provide best in class in benefits, now they're just middle of the road. Cost of health insurance keeps going up at a faster pace than salary increases. The annual Growth Drive Profit (GDP) bonus is a joke, lots of hype, very little pay-out.
You have to be rateed a 1 or a 2 at your year end review to be eligible for a Growth Driven bonus, which is fair.
The base pay was good. But success rarely depended on my performance but by team performances. When ever we made quota, then next year they would be raised by a huge percentage, until they be came unattainable. So I did not count on bonuses.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.