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Bengaluru, Karnataka192 reviews
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Management is good but need to increase the pay for the old employees, Work culture will be great and more help for women. OT will be paid, that is based on project
Good Work Culture and more help for women
Salary raise will be less when compared to other MNC's
this is a great company with a great history. the company is innovation-oriented and it all depends on the kind of project one hets into. the work-life balance is pretty good and the work you get is given and distributed by the team leads and the higher management is also good. the perks are working from home options and the paid leaves for maternity for women. this company has a lot of pros and there are a lot of people who work for several years and not leave the company at all.
Only for IBM GBS (My tenure 2015-2016) Pros: - Best work life balance. - Architects are really knowledgeable but they cannot make full decisions for the projects as Project managers will intervene. - You can complete some valuable certifications fully sponsored by IBM. Cons: - People/Project Managers merely have any knowledge about technology. - Pay is too less for freshers. - Almost nil hike. - They might give you lead positions on paper but your salary will not be raised at all.
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The human resource and technical resource structure of the company are very robust and support new recruits very well. Although there is soft-support to innovation, there is not sufficient scope to reach out for own ideas, when one is working at a specific skill. One of the things that must be improved is financial compensation for new recruits, and continuous financial growth over the years, to retain growing talents within the company.
Being a fresher IBM has given me ample opportunities. But the people here are very slow paced. Salary structure should be looked at. And one thing i meed to add is that in training they should give options to people on what they want to get trained on.
My experience is quite good at IBM but you got many resources to learn new things, your manager also told you to enhance your skills but they didn't know where to use it. You rarely got any opportunity outside your current skills to showcase your new skills.