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Anonymous shared this review of IBM, United States on Nov 24th, 2019
"It's a super big place with many smart, accomplished and generous humans. It's a demanding environment that requires you to set boundaries that work for you. As with any employer, if you don't set boundaries, there's a very high likelihood for burnout."
Anonymous shared this review of IBM, United States on Nov 13th, 2019
"I love that we have a female CEO, all our business resource groups that celebrate women at IBM. We have sessions about advancing your career, conversations explaining bands and how to move up or transition within the company. I'm making more in my role here than I have at other software companies in the past- due to an initiative to increase pay for women across the company (in my opinion)"
Anonymous shared this review of IBM, United States on Oct 14th, 2019
"IBM is committed to diversity and promotes that through several different programs and organizations. You will meet many other women in technical roles here, and there are so many great ways to get involved. As with every company, there are still a few bad apples, or folks with antiquated views, but for the most part they aren't working to keep you from growing your career."
Anonymous shared this review of IBM, United States on Sep 12th, 2019
"An awesome place to work. Great maternity and paternity benefits. Excellent work-life balance. I worked from my daughters home for 3 weeks while caring for my new granddaughter. My boss was awesome. You will be listened to and enjoy working here."
Anonymous shared this review of IBM, United Kingdom on Sep 4th, 2019
"It tends to be who you know who is important so make sure to network"