Administrative Assistant (Former Employee), Springfield, VA – September 25, 2014
• Serves as the principal administrative and personal support to the Division Director. Maintains the Division Directors daily calendars, schedule meetings, make appointments and arrange conferences without specific prior approval. Perform a variety of administrative support tasks that are highly confidential and sensitive information such as updating – more... emergency employee contact list, time and attendance leave audits. Provide guidance and instructions to new employees and colleagues on administrative procedures. Create instructions and training guides for the use of database systems for new employees. Guide and oversee colleagues and new employees on the preparation and completion of special projects and meetings to ensure accuracy and deadlines are meet. – less
Productive and fun workplace with so many activites like table tennies, pool table, chess board, carame board, organised parties .
Sr. \Executive operations (Former Employee), Delhi, ON – May 13, 2014
Pros: transport facilities, medical check up
Cons: long hours
Yes Its True that my IBM job productive and fun workplace with table tennis, pool table, chess board carame board. There celebrated all the festivals with fun distribute prizes and gifts. Organised fundo Friday, grandure parties, Team fund parties, picnic tour, Dj parties. soo more. I learned there to work as a team not individual. Management was very – more... supportive all the time never hurt any body. My co-workers was good every body had to work team but always remember team become individual performance.
Lead Product Specialist, Options (Current Employee), Toronto – May 9, 2014
Pros: good chance to learn and be exposed to technologies.
Cons: the company has lost its way ; no more respect for the individual ;broken culture
Impressive aspects of IBM are you get to work with the latest software and hardware technology. Excellent opportunity for education and growth. A lot of very smart people that work together to get a job done.
Bloated top heavy archaic management style with finance running the show. Too many layers of red tape slow downs projects. Skewed review process – more... "PBC".
A former technology leader that has lost its way and is selling off business units to reach an EPS of 20$ from 2010 to 2015 has sacrificed what made the company great and has broken the culture. – less
One of the most solid companies, with an extensive history of sucess,
Benefits and Compensation Supervisor (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – May 2, 2014
Pros: employee apreciation programs, challenging tasks, supportive management and a broad array of training and development oportunities
Cons: benefits were strongly afected by 2008 crisis
Here employees are given the tools to grow and propose new ideas. An excellent place to work, been exposed to manny different ideas, projects, cultures and peers from all over the world. I obtained important experience on how to better manage resources, adapting and transitoning processes, developing internal controls and procedures. Six sigma training. Our – more... account, P&G Canada, placed the administration of their benefits and compensation plans on us, making us part as well of their core values and methods making it a pgood example of BPO efficiency when properly managed. 2008 recession affected manny aspects of our operations, forcing to eventually minimize the costs for employee benefit programs. – less
Project Specialist / Team Lead, Global Logistics (Former Employee), Markham, ON – April 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.