Software Engineer (Current Employee) – Dublin – 23 February 2017
It is a nice place to work, car parking facilities, work from home are advantages. Nice healthcare and pension schemes. Management changes a lot and it seems it does not go on experience or knowledge but on nepotism and personal preference. No training or education programme. No bonuses.
Great place to work, and learning new things every day, meet new poeple in ibm
IT Specalist (Former Employee) – Dublin – 11 January 2017
In the last 9 years that I have been working in the IBM. I have travel to UK, Sweden and Morocco for working on the client based project. Most clients I have work are relation to Bank industry and they are part of the Tester roles and also mobile/Web Developer .
And I enjoy it every mins and sometime the project is part of hardest to delivery deadline but we have manage most of time.
I love travel to clients site and meet new IBMer or Clients people in clients site, and learn a lot from them
Working for IBM has been really the best thing to do for me. I mean I have learned a lot of thing about new products and new technologies. I met some people from everywhere and from different culture. It was very intense about human relationship.
Hard worker person ,flexible , excellent timekeeping
Operator (Former Employee) – Mulhuddart, County Dublin – 25 August 2016
Operated equipment safely, report incidents to supervisor ,provide assistance to junior operator ,fall owed safety procedures and company policies for equipment operation all the time ,complete paperwork as required
Software Engineer (Former Employee) – Dublin – 13 August 2016
the work in Huawei is like a school. you can learn a lot from the colleagues. It is very stressful, people have to work 10 hours per day and 6 days a week. you have no vacations all your life is focused on the work
Bonnes conditions mais transitiion stratégique douloureuse
Watson Digital Sales Specialist (Current Employee) – Dublin – 19 March 2016
- Trop de compétition en interne, le client met trop de temps pour atteindre le bon spécialiste. - Trop de process, compliquant bien le métier, redondances de certains postes dans différentes équipes. - Stratégie cloud difficile à implémenter car conservatisme des équipes, particulièrement des "Field". - Beaucoup de formation disponible et accès à des experts pertinents. - Société qui se veut jeune mais un peu "vieille école" = beaucoup d'establishment et des managers qui cherchent juste à rester à leur poste.
Salaire, Produits intéressants, Beaucoup de formation, Environnement international enrichissant