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24/7 rotational shift with excellent team mates.
Advanced System Operator (Current Employee), Montréal, QCApril 18, 2014
Pros: free online ibm certification courses
Cons: 12 hrs rotational shift could be daunting on people with kids
IBM gives opportunity to learn new technology and to get involved with innovative projects. It all depends on how you really use your precious time productively.
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Excellent work life balance
Solution Architect/Stream Lead (Current Employee), Calgary, ABApril 14, 2014
Excellent.IBM as a Big 5 consulting Comapny offers excellent Work-life balance and varied Business exposure
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Good job experience
Technical Specialist - Helpdesk (Former Employee), Montréal, QCApril 13, 2014
Typical IT helpdesk job.

You may get to work with high end tools depending on the client.
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Strong sense of culture and inclusion.
Project Specialist / Team Lead, Global Logistics (Former Employee), Markham, ONApril 10, 2014
Great place to work and learn many different aspects of business and how to work across functions. It allowed you how to learn to focus on different levels of success from the employee, the department, the division and overall company.
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can work @ home, and working location is very flexible.
Learning Delivery Team Leader (Former Employee), Leader, SKApril 8, 2014
work with global team include people from US, Eroupe, SG, MY, TAI, Korea, Japan...etc. trully international.
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fun contest who get s the most calls
Technical Service Representative (Former Employee), Toronto, ONApril 7, 2014
Pros: example free lunches
Cons: example it was a contract job for 1 yr.
it was awesome working there, because i was able to understand how to handle irritated calls from customers.
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working with computer
Pc Technician (Former Employee), torontoApril 3, 2014
Pros: minimum time
Cons: regular hours
Installing windows and configuration.
Resolve windows problems.
Insolving office and another software
explain some complain via phone line to the customers.
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Productive and innovative workplace with different areas and skills interaction
Project Manager (Former Employee), Sao Paulo, BrazilApril 1, 2014
Innovation oriented, with different countries interaction and culture diversity enforcement. A great place to learn and grow using skills in different areas and achievements.
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IBM
Senior Project Manager (Current Employee), Kitchener, ONApril 1, 2014
Pros: different opportunities to work within ibm
Cons: work/life balance not good, salary not good
It;s ok to work at IBM. Nothing great.
Co-workers are great. There is alot to learn within IBM.
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LMKR work Summary
Team Lead Tivoli Technical Sales (Former Employee), IslamabadMarch 28, 2014
Pros: lmkr provided the best family environment.
Cons: long hours but perks to manage a team comes with responsibilities.
My normal day at work starts by team issues, listen to there complaints, solve there issues, arrange my schedule according to the teams appointments. Look for prospective clients and assign teams to visit them and discuss the solutions and conduct and POC's if necessary. Look into RFP's and in depth research on clients business and there needs.

Hardest – more... part would be reading too much documents.

The fun part at LMKR its family like environment, games and get together's. – less
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Productive and fun workplace
IMAC Coordinator/Help Desk Analyst (Former Employee), Markham, ONMarch 24, 2014
Had the experience workingwith the most amazing Mangers, very helpful and friendly co-workers.
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Very Corporate
Technical Analyst - Control Desk (Former Employee), Toronto, OntarioMarch 21, 2014
Pros: learning opportunities
Cons: too competitive, no team work
I learned a lot at IBM but it was not a happy place to be. Competition was ultra extreme and team work was almost non existent.
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Fun and very good workplace
Application Developer (Current Employee), Calgary, ABMarch 21, 2014
Great to place to work. Always exciting and something to learn.
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Truly international organization offering long-term career options.
Strategy & Transformation Consultant (Current Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 20, 2014
A typical day at work: Go into the office or work remotely from home, attending meetings with colleagues and clients, collaborating globally to achieve results
What you learned: Global collaboration
Management: Hierarchical, matrix organization
Your co-workers: Always willing to help
The hardest part of the job: Overcoming process hurdles
The most enjoyable – more... part of the job: Global collaboration – less
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Contract site was top notch
Desk-side IT support (Former Employee), Vancouver, BCMarch 20, 2014
Pros: awesome site environment
Cons: ibm continually cutting hours sometimes more than 20h a week.
Typical day work was fairly basic but fun.
Check for new tickets and call back all new ones.
Sort and prioritize urgency of tickets.
Fix urgent user issues.
Prepare systems for users. New, swap and loaner systems.

I learned large companies don't let you fix all that you can. Each segment has there roll.

Co-workers are all awesome.

Hardest part of – more... the job is getting everything done when they cut your hours by 60%.

Great contract site. So going to work was something you looked forward to. – less
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Professional and Process Orianted
Onshore Test Lead (Test Specialist) (Former Employee), Toronto (Markham),ONMarch 18, 2014
I am glad that I have worked for IBM. IBM is process oriented company and highly professional.
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Balanced work/life environment
SAP Project Manager (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 15, 2014
I enjoyed working at IBM. Perhaps needs a bit more PMO structure
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Teleweb Customer Support Representative (Current Employee), Saint John, NBMarch 14, 2014
I take various different calls as inbound and outbound customers.
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Consultant
Package Solution Consultant (Current Employee), Montréal, QCMarch 12, 2014
Working as a PLM Consultant in the Engineering and Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) practice of Supply Chain Management Competency. The practice is responsible for providing Consulting and System integration solutions in Supply Chain, CAD/CAE and PLM domains.
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Help Desk Agent-for all Loblaw companies (Former Employee), 3600, steels ave, Markham,Toronto, ONMarch 10, 2014
Pros: recognition of hard work by awards, rewards, free lunch etc
Cons: long hours
Every day is a typical day. Supported all Loblaw related companies globally 24/7 for various sectors like corporate offices, warehouses, all the stores globally, all gas stations, pharmacies and different departments like Joe fresh, Photo studios/labs, optical section.
I have learned to manage to handle fast paced, hectic and critical situations and – more... find solutions. Indeed it was really thrilling to work in that kind of environment. It is not an easy task, because we need to handle various hardware (like PCs, workstations, servers, POS related hardware, various printers,RF telxon guns, scanners, weighing scales, UPS, switches and routers) and software applications related issues, network related issues, Servers(Exchange,database,application,virtual servers), web sites and web services(various websites related to HR,finance,store related,global payment,gas bar,pharmacy,optical,etc..), RF applications, VPN, Active Directory, authentication related issues. All of these are with different platforms like windows(xp,7,server 2008)
Unix, Linux, Mainframe etc and also SAP applications and many more. for all these we need to remember different user ids and passwords. from time to time induction of software upgrades,patches, fixes and new applications and we handled without any prior training. All the co-workers are really co operative , helpful in times of any clarifications, mutually exchange news ideas and method of resolving issues.
The hardest part--whenever there is a major power outage, network outage, internet outage, the calls will be pouring in unable to handle calls. the most enjoyable part --whenever an issue is resolved immediately without any time consumption. the client is happy and we are happy. – less

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