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  • Spotlight on IBMer Jordan Falcon for U.S. Native American Heritage Month http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQu3e

    —4 days ago
    Spotlight on IBMer Jordan Falcon for U.S. Native American Heritage Month

    Native American Heritage Month is celebrated in the United States every November and is recognized as an opportunity to specifically highlight the culture and contributions of Native Americans. Proud of our long-standing commitment to diversity and inclusion, IBM honors this event by featuring one of its recent hires, Jordan Falcon.

  • Women Are Still Missing From Top Tech Jobs — But This Company May Have Found the Solution http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuJG

    —7 days ago
    Women Are Still Missing From Top Tech Jobs - But This Company May Have Found the Solution

    BY Fairygodboss By Fairygodboss Photo credit: Photo courtesy of IBM If you know anything about 's legacy, you know that the global tech giant isn't exactly new to the business of shattering glass ceilings. More than a century ago, in 1899, the company hired its first female employee - well before there was any precedent for this.

  • Blind Community Lends Valuable Insights to #AccessibleOlli http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuGa

    —9 days ago
  • What I Wish Someone Had Told Me as a College Freshman http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQuW9

    —9 days ago
  • Reinventing Corporate Learning at IBM http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHho

    —18 days ago
    Reinventing Corporate Learning at IBM

    IBM is proud to win the ATD BEST award for the 7th time in a row-- and to place 5th this year. It was an opportunity to describe how IBM is reinventing corporate learning. Matthew shares his experience below. By Matthew Valencius Talent development is strategic to IBM.

  • The Many Ways Digital Badges Help IBM Early Professional Sellers Showcase Their Expertise http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHme

    —21 days ago
    The Many Ways Digital Badges Help IBM Early Professional Sellers Showcase Their Expertise

    We've asked a group of our Early Professional Sellers (EPS) from across the world to share their stories and experiences about the IBM Seller program. Their two-year journey takes them through comprehensive learning roadmaps, including IBM Global Sales School, hands on learning experiences with clients and business partners, and special tasks to deliver value to...

  • IBM GM Harriet Green offers her view on what makes a great leader http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHUW

    —24 days ago
    IBM GM Harriet Green offers her view on what makes a great leader

    Harriet Green offers her view on what makes a great leader, sharing her advice for those in the early stages of their careers, and unveiling the key principles of her work ethic and top tips for managing priorities. Harriet looks at the leadership strengths that attracted her to IBM and shares her passion for diversity,...

  • Walk With Purpose: Pause, and…Just Be http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHDY

    —25 days ago
    Walk With Purpose: Pause, and...Just Be

    Have you ever gotten so consumed with work and the distractions of life? With the little things that steal your joy; that weigh you down; that drain your energy? When this happens, what do you do? Our guest author, Dr. Jacqueline D. Lee, shares a great way to step back and reset by taking a...

  • The Times They Are A-Changin: My IBM Corporate Service Corps Story http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHlm

    —27 days ago
    The Times They Are A-Changin: My IBM Corporate Service Corps Story

    Ryan recently completed his IBM Corporate Service Corps (CSC) assignment in Jujuy, Argentina. In this blog, he shares why this has been one of the most impactful work experiences he has ever had. The IBM Corporate Service Corps (CSC) is a highly competitive leadership development program that sends IBM employees to countries in emerging markets...

  • IBM now offers more than 4 months paid maternity leave http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQHXh

    —30+ days ago
    IBM now offers more than 4 months paid maternity leave

    Parental leave benefits is a great way to attract and retain employees. That's partly why IBM is extending its maternity leave from 14 weeks of paid time off to up to 20 weeks of paid time off. That 20 weeks includes eight weeks of short-term disability because having a baby seems to qualify as a temporary disability.

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