Be employee centric
Answered - Sr. Executive United/Delta Airlines Reservation (Former Employee) - Gurgaon, Haryana
Employee engagement and recognition on a micro level - not like the GEM and Star awards which are lame - since they are based on nepotism.
the variable pay rating should not be bell curve or dependent on your manager.
Answered - Lead Learning Facilitator (Former Employee) - Pune, Maharashtra
IBM a very good place to work at. I was fully satisfied working there. The working environment was amazing. Growth opportunity was there. Its a brand name. Once a person joins IBM His or her job becomes secure. Overall, IBM is a great organisation.
Answered - Senior Executive (Former Employee) - Gurgaon, Haryana
All things are good, one thing we need form management coordinating.
Answered - Senior System Spacialist (Current Employee) - Gurgaon, Haryana
There is nothing
Answered - Customer Care Executive (Former Employee) - Gurgaon
Answered - Senior Accounts Executive (Former Employee) - Bangalore, Karnataka
Need to improve HR department
Answered - Software Specialist (Former Employee) - Hyderabad-Deccan, Andhra Pradesh
Answered - GLOBAL OPERATIONS MANAGER RPO (Former Employee) - Visakhapatnam, Andhra Pradesh
Access to to leadership, first hand directions from successful people will motivate others to join hands firmly..
Answered - Advisory Systems Analyst (Former Employee) - Bangkok
Please maintain transparency and keep faith on your employees.I strongly believe that a consultant or any employee can give his/her 101% only when he will get the correct opportunity on the suitable job profile.
Keep the transparency between management and the employee because overall we are team and we have to work as a team and make our organization proud of having such employees with our work.
Answered - Package solution Consultant SAP BW and BW on HANA (Former Employee) - Noida, Uttar Pradesh