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22 days ago

SAP Finance Consultant

IBM Feltham, England

Were looking for SAP Finance Consultants for our UK SAP team. This is your chance to get involved in projects with a global reach. Youll be part of… IBM


13 days ago

Senior Recruiter

IBM Farnborough, Hampshire, South East England, England +2 locations

• Manage the full lifecycle of recruitment projects within the allocated business area; driving these to successful completion by: - engaging and… IBM


24 days ago

Business Transformation Consultant

IBM London, England

Combination of strong leadership skills with sound technical knowledge and ability to clearly communicate key recommendations to clients. o A track… IBM


7 days ago

External Relations Professional

IBM London, England

to drive external stories. The aim is to show how IBM delivers integration and innovation expertise to solve our clients' toughest business problems… IBM


12 days ago

Silverpop- Deal Desk Representative

IBM London, England

The Deal Desk Representative is an individual contributor supporting the Field Sales Organization in driving Enterprise sales across Europe.You will… IBM


16 days ago

IOT Europe- Storage Flash Channel Sales & Platform Leader

IBM London, England

Work effectively with Product Segment leaders and Sales enablement to define requirements for Go To market strategies and Plays to support the Flash… IBM


21 days ago

Solution Representative-Brand Specialist

IBM London, England

Identify, develop and close opportunities in major Financial Services firms including the Top 4 UK Banks as well as other Fortune 1000 accounts. The… IBM


22 days ago

Specialty Software Sales Representative - Fiberlink

IBM London, England

• New customer acquisition and target achievement with Fortune 2000 companies… IBM


8 days ago

Graduate - User Experience Designer - Early

IBM London, England

Given IBMs breadth of engagements, and since the Interactive Labs are supporting all business sectors, you will rapidly get exposure and gain… IBM


19 hrs ago

Integrated Technology Services (ITS) Cloud Sales Specialist – new

IBM London, England

We are currently looking for an Integrated Technology Services (ITS) Cloud Sales Specialist to join our Cloud organisation in UKI. The successful… IBM


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    Looks great on the resume, but...

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    Current Employee - Business Analyst  in  Melbourne
    Current Employee - Business Analyst in Melbourne

    I have been working at IBM full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    You'd be working for a strong brand name that everyone recognises and respects. It's a global company that's interconnected, so there's many opportunities to work with people in other countries, and even pursue careers over there (if you play your cards right). There's the option to work from home, although that can sometimes pose a problem (see 'cons'). There's jobs for anyone of any background (Project Management, Sales, Accounting, Consulting, etc), but not everyone.

    Cons

    Unless you're in the project management space, there's no formal training/hand-over proccess in most areas I've worked, so you'd be at the mercy of existing team members if you're new. Hands-on training can be poor. It's also difficult to achieve a strong team environment with synergy, because often people choose to work from home, and you don't get to speak with them face-to-face. Sometimes it's like you have to formally book a meeting just to see a member of your own team. Managers are good at what they do (technically), but lack important people skills - They're often task-orientated, and when under pressure, they focus solely their own survival than on their workers well-being. To be blunt, most managers I've experienced see their subordinates as tools rather than actual people.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Make an effort to truly (and enthusiastically) understand your employees. Spend more time with them face-to-face, and take more interest in how their coping with workloads. If you can, discourage people from working from home unless they have a good reason, because people really should work together in the same office. Remember - Actions speak louder than words. You must DO. If you just offer lip service, then you can expect people to run off to the likes of HP, Accenture and Fuji Xerox.

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