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Culture thrives when people really live it. We set standards for how we define ourselves as inventors and business people, and then we set goals for how we want to grow. Our people not only help us define those principles, but they also live those values and standards.

How employees describe working at Dell Technologies

Constant reorganizatikns new division VP that send work to HCL andet US employees go by laying off

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Customer care doesn't work after over 4 hours on the phone

I love working at Dell.

Communication and annual strategy cascade.

Hard workers.reall friends.Not valued by management

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What it's like to work at Dell Technologies

  • Dell Technologies employees generally work 9.0 hrs a day
  • Employees at Dell Technologies report the work pace is comfortably fast
  • On a typical day, employees at Dell Technologies have 3 meetings
  • 86% of Dell Technologies employees look forward to interacting with their team every day
  • Dell Technologies employees most often take 20-30 paid vacation and sick days each year
  • 76% of Dell Technologies employees report they are happy with their work life balance
  • Dell Technologies employees typically get valuable feedback on how to improve at work Once a month
  • 81% of Dell Technologies employees call their work environment positive

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  • Great, experts at what they do.

  • Majority are from other countries. Very diverse

  • AWESOME!!

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  • Top Employee Response

    Hired older mature employees along with new grads. This will make for a good mix as they can learn from Each other.

  • Make internal services (IT and HR) competent and more responsive.

  • Dell has a good culture - people are driven and work hard. Sometimes, this aspects creates a toxic environment where no one has work-life balance. Work goes with you wherever you go, leading to burn out. Managers and well as individuals need to create healthier boundaries about when it's OK not to work. Top down, there is opportunity to rethink what is priority and what can wait until the next morning so that people aren't working until 2 am finishing a request for the next morning.

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    Sociopaths who know how to protect their teams and turf. Employee numbers are declining, so morale is very low.

  • The type of people who don't question their superiors decisions because they're afraid doing so will reflect negatively on their career. Sheeple. Lot's of sheeple in management.

  • People who deal well with corporativism, knows how to sell their work (what they call 'showing value') and when your position and behavior reflects what upper management expect.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Start at 3 weeks vacation, get a 4th week in your 8th year. This is in addition to 2 weeks of sick/personal days as well as closing for Christmas week (critical employees required during this period get additional comp days).

  • 4 weeks but includes personal business allowance. its 3 weeks for folks with lower tenure

  • Better than most companies

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  • Couldn't tell you I've only been in a Dell office 4 times in the last 5 years. I support customers at their locations.

  • Cool and relaxed of course if you’re in sales it can get stressful at times especially close to the end of the quarter.

  • Friendly, I work at remote sites though only rarely visiting and office.

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    Work life balance is definitely attainable. Overtime is not expected unless there are extenuating circumstances.

  • 6am to 4pm

  • 7-3 only when needed.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Depends where you're located

  • Great place, great culture.

  • Depending on which segment you're in, the culture is either miserable or mildly bearable. Good work from home program but lots of KPIs. Managers manage spreadsheets and are not 'leaders' despite what they think amongst themselves. If you enjoy daily change, you'd enjoy it.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Standard benefits apply. Cost of health insurance is similar to what other large companies provide. Bonus structure has changed significantly since the Dell acquisition, so I'm not sure of the details.

  • Health, dental, vision, personal days, vacation days, bonus potential.

  • Medical, Dental, vacation, sick/personal, education, vision, career opportunities.

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  • Top Employee Response

    "kingdoms" need to be opened up

  • More inspiring physical environment, more opportunities for informal networking

  • Bring down silos between engineering teams and become more collaborative.

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  • Top Employee Response

    the ability to share info and help each other

  • Very knowledgeable and supportive.

  • Flexible Tenor Experience

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  • Top Employee Response

    I love working with my team they are great. We have been together for my ten years

  • My job is very fulfilling

  • Closing business and feeling like I'm adding value

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  • Top Employee Response

    Jobs are so varied at the same grade. You never know what is fair. No raise in 4 years and insurance has gone up Every year. I am losing

  • I am running about $12k below market rate. I was also promised a promotion and pay increase nearly two years ago that has yet to happen.

  • Health program and cost

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  • Be curious and learn first.

  • Be patient. Your phone and laptop will eventually work.

  • Do your work. Ask question if you are completely lost otherwise be observant of your co-workers

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  • Depends on department and boss.

  • Great if you are in a position that is able to do it

  • The culture of Dell supports remote workers.

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  • Long, multiple, detailed.

  • No interview process. If you know someone you can get in without even knowing anything

  • Uncoordinated and unfocused. Not experience or accomplishment bad at all.

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  • All growing! No difficulties, only opportunities that haven't been realized.

  • Server and Hardware group is growing. Dell IT and E-DELL is useless

  • Server is growing fastest. Storage is challenged

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  • Promoting the best person for the position. Generally positions are interviewed for.

  • Managers promote people who entertains them. Knowledge and work doesn't count

  • Arbitrarily. Meritocracy has no meaning.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Yes. Use Glassdoor to anchor and communicate your value of why you deserve more.

  • Yes. Try to learn the position's range before you begin.

  • Initially done by headhunter, raises have come based upon time in conjunction with performance.

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  • Positive. We do great work and have fun doing it.

  • In general positive with a little skepticism. People are more optimistic about Dell's future even if it is a competitive battle of lesser profits.

  • Right now it is negative - ever since the EMC acquisition our group isn't nearly as important, and we are treated accordingly.

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  • Top Employee Response

    More transparency and better leaders

  • prioritizing diversity

  • Living up to their espoused ideals.

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  • Top Employee Response

    No more than the politics observed anywhere else. If you own your career, there are plenty of people willing to help out. Politics will not get in the way of the quality of your Dell employee experience.

  • I have been working with Dell for more than 6 years now and I have given so much to it. My 100%. I was good at delivering numbers. Punctual. And hardly took leaves. But one day when I asked about my growth, it hurt my manager's ego and she ensured that my I didn't clear any IJPs I had applied for went to the extent of dumping me to another department. On top of it she ensured my wedding leave remained unapproved. Till the time, you suck upto to your manager, it's all good in the hood. Once you start questioning them about your growth, you tend to become a pain to them in the wrong place. Low level, obnoxious politics.

  • We Have a pleasant Environment where everyone is able to discuss what they feel.

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  • Top Employee Response

    Their future vision for the company. The company brings together a full solution for it's customers.

  • Vision

  • Long Term thought

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  • low morale

  • Dell is huge, so I am sure this would differ per division/group/etc... In my group, the answer would be low to non-existent as exemplified by the dozen+ resignations this past year.

  • Dell has a great culture that helps drive a great morale. Happy people make for a happy place to work

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  • Mine is poor at the moment. Sometimes we all have to pay our dues to succeed. It is being addressed though.

  • Pretty good. I don't get called when I'm not there.

  • Its very good. Lot of options to flex

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  • If you work and are quite and not projecting enough you will be first to go.

  • I don't. We have too many in my role, but there is no plan to correct. Layoffs are coming, and the morale reflects it.

  • Overall very secure. In tech you can't avoid wfrs, with that exception unless you really screw up you have a job. Even when I've seen people let go they were very fair about it.

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51% of Dell Technologies employees would encourage their friends to become coworkers, whereas 25% are neutral and 24% would not recommend working at Dell Technologies to their friends.

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