IBM
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IBM Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Arvind Krishna
  • Founded
    1911
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than $10B (CAD)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
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Salaries

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Software Development

Software Developer
$86,418 per year
Technical Support Specialist
$104,696 per year
Technical Lead
$93,881 per year
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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 30.7K reviews and is evolving.

3.8620173.7120183.9320193.8220204.332021

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Work-life Balance

Reviews

Operations Manager in Toronto, ON
on 10 March 2021
The people make it engaging and fulfilling or NOT
Typical day can be extremely busy (overtime, stress) or completely silent (unknown, waiting for fire drill), or somewhere in between. Workplace culture is improving drastically - good on them. IF you work with great people the job can actually be fun. If you work with difficult people, the exact opposite happens. The company still uses antiquated processes within unfortunately, and shuffles people/strategy quite frequently. Overall a good place to work. Great is only when you land within a fantastic team.
Service support in Bromont, QC
on 24 February 2021
Milieu de travail stimulant et agréable
Milieu de travail stimulant où nous sommes encouragé à développer nos compétences dans un environnement basé sur le travail d’équipe.
Adjointe administrative in Bromont, QC
on 24 February 2021
Environnement Agréable
L'ambiance de travail et la collaboration sont les atout majeurs de mon emploi.
Senior Analyst and team manager in Canada
on 22 January 2021
Top Quality
If you want to learn while you earn, IBM is an excellent place. If you want a company that has been a world leader in areas like inclusion, diversity, equal opportunity for advancement and a safe supportive workspace, IBM has been doing this DECADES before it became fashionable or was required by law.If you want to really understand how to provide global scale computer systems outsourcing, work at the company that has been doing it for every conceivable industry and government since at least the 1960's.If you want to work at a company that has the DNA of inventing or been a grassroots adopter and supporter of every virtually every concept in computing, think of IBM.If you want to work alongside people who may become world class in their profession, or become one yourself, give IBM strong consideration.
Team Lead / IT Operation Analyst in 3600/245 Toronto
on 14 January 2021
good place to work
IBM teach more help full. willing to teach to learn more IBM related to course. more out door activities. best boot camp. well organize will team/external team meeting.
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Interview insights

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Interview is average
Process takes about two weeks

Interview questions

Application through a recruiter. The process was very brief within 3 days. I did telephone interview , the process was pretty easy. The questions were not difficult.

Shared on 13 September 2018

First round- technical questions related to skillset and general career and projects done. Second round - managerial round in which ask for on which projects worked so far. Third round - HR interview discussion on salary

Shared on 29 August 2018

You should be asking them about the role and seek clarity (i.e. in writing).

Shared on 2 July 2018
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