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Anonymous shared this review of Dell, United States on Jul 16th, 2019
"I was hired into a good position at age 68! I have found zero ageism here. I'm straight, but to hear Michael Dell say that Dell was going to celebrate Pride Month worldwide made me feel very comfortable with Dell's support of diversity. There are huge opportunities for education and advancement, and a lot of people don't bother to take them, even though they're encouraged. I consider this place my smorgasbord of opportunities--even at my age."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell, Australia on Jul 10th, 2019
"nothing much to tell its just a great company fpr any woment tp have a work life balance"
Anonymous shared this review of Dell, United States on Jul 3rd, 2019
"As a former K-12 CTO I feel my 20 years in education was highly celebrated at Dell. My new team and customers are as excited to have me here at Dell as I am to work alongside and serve them. The on the job training has been excellent and filled many technological gaps I had as a busy CTO. This was a great professional decision. I either hope to take my new knowledge back to K-12 or higher education or climb the ranks of Dell which I feel very much supported to do so. An extra bonus is the flexibility of working from home and currently not having to evaluate or discipline staff. "
Anonymous shared this review of Dell, United States on Jun 25th, 2019
"Everyone is super understanding of family obligations. Working from home is encouraged and people come and go as needed. If you get your work done, you're fine."
Anonymous shared this review of Dell, United States on Jun 17th, 2019
"Be ready to self-promote, very aggressively. You're entering a very male-dominated culture, and diversity and inclusion are only mentioned in name and in numbers, but not in actually listening and incorporating those different perspectives into the work being done."
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