The key goal of IBM's work culture is 360 degrees fairness to all associated stakeholders. This means zero tolerance to any form of discrimination, evaluating performance solely on merit to stimulate healthy competition to enable the company and employees to thrive in a competitive world. The reality though is that executives look at junior employees as their resources whose value is defined by contribution to their own growth. This often leads to sub-optimal decisions. The checkpoint system, which is meant to promote competence and discourage discrimination is often used as a refined discrimination tool. If IBM can address this issue and live up the goals of the checkpoint system, it will continue to be a force to reckon with globally.
Very friendly management but with respect to yearly hikes and bonus, the employees are paid bad. Get to learn new technologies. Overall a good company to work with if you don't worry about income.. It's more a relaxed place with job security and flexibility.
Work IBMer is grateful , very flexible working , we can explore our self more You can increase your skills always I worked around 7 years same company different role , As women got great support from the team
Loads of opportunities for learning, enrichment, travel and socialising. Interesting work. Only drawback was because of being a graduate, sometimes they hire you without really having a suitable position available. It can end up being a matter of square pegs and round holes for the first few months/years as a grad.
IBM provides a very secure Job experience which resulted in working in a environment lacking creativity and Innovation. This might not be true to all the projects in IBM. But the project i worked hit a creativity wall.
I have been using System Application and Product (SAP) for 3 years. So normally have mastery of using that system in payable category. Aside from that, I have also used AS400 system (the black baground with green text) it's an old system. Also been used the Ariba system for only few months because it's a new system and we are the first person who used it.