IBM is Among LinkedIn’s 2019 Top Companies to Work For in Multiple Countries

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As IBMers we are proud of what we do, how we do it and where we do it so when we found out LinkedIn ranked us in the 2019 Top Companies to Work For in 5 different countries we simply had to shout about it.

There are extra smiles in Brazil, Canada, India, Japan and Mexico right now due to the rankings based on four different pillars: interest in the company, engagement with employees, job demand and employee retention.

We would love to tell you more about why IBMers think we are so great, let us know what your interested in and we will be in contact. Join our talent network here to experience life as an IBMer.

Click on the images below to view the rankings for each country and the methodology behind the report.

Brazil #8

Canada #15

India #15

Japan #6

Mexico #18

We’re very proud of this recognition which validates what IBMers knew all along.

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