Ten Questions You Should Ask in a Job Interview

By: Steve Choquette (6 min read)   “Do you have any question for me?” Ah, the dreaded question of a hiring manager just before they end the interview. Whether you are a searching for your first job, or are an experienced professional looking for that next career step, it is good to learn more about […]

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Women in Consulting: “Measure Yourself with Internal Yardsticks of Responsibility, Courage and Emotional Fortitude”

On this issue of #WomenInConsulting, we are featuring Shikshya Khatiwada – the Business Development Executive at IBM Services. She shares her favorite part of working at IBM, her passion and advice on finding a mentor.   Name: Shikshya Khatiwada Position/Positions Held at IBM: Business Development Executive Current Work Location: 63 Madison Avenue Length of Employment at […]

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How to Support Autistic Individuals in Agile Workspaces

By: Megan Roddie, Bill Dusch, and a network of autistic IBMers (5 min read)   Agile workspaces are becoming more and more common, thus increasing the probability that an autistic individual will find themselves placed in such an environment. Due to sensory processing disorders and sensitivities to certain environments, autistics may encounter difficulties thriving in agile office […]

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IBM Tech Re-entry Program for Sales/Tech Sales Launched In India: Find Out What Makes It Unique

By: Lavanya Lakshmanan (6 min read)   The workforce of the future is all about skills. These skills can come from several different pools of talent. At IBM, we have been talking about P-TECH, New Collar Jobs, and Apprenticeship programs with a view that corporate leadership has to venture beyond hiring solely from top-ranked universities. […]

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Now I Know How Deep the Ocean Is: My Corporate Service Corps Experience in Canada

By Aishwarya Gupta (5 min read) I recently completed my IBM Corporate Service Corps (CSC) assignment in Halifax, Canada, and I would like to pen down my experience on why this has been one of the most impactful work experiences I ever had.   A Magical Journey It was a decade ago in 2008 when IBM decided to come […]

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IBM Recognized as One of the Best Employers in China 2018

On January 3rd 2019, Dajie.com, one of China’s leading professional social recruitment platforms, recognized IBM in the Yearly Top100 Award as one of the “Best Employers in China 2018”. This award reinforces IBM’s reputation as a leading employer among IBM’s employees and Dajie’s users in China. The ranking was based on official social data generated […]

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Way to Success: Best (Free) Badges for Students

By Misty Decker (2 Minutes)   There are so many credentials, a busy student can’t possibly earn them all. So I asked employers for the top badges they look for on resumes. Here’s your short list (you’re welcome).   Have Employers call you! I’ve heard from a number of employers that they take the list […]

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What I’ve Learned in My 10 Years as an IBM Seller

By: Neha Varshney Arora (3 min read)   My tryst with IBM started 10 years ago, when I was a young mother. Overwhelmed with my newfound responsibility and a little apprehensive about joining a new organization, I would not call it an easy decision. But I made a well thought-out career move, surged ahead, and […]

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