Why do you feel undervalued and what would make you feel better about your compensation?
Low wages no stock option
Review from Engineering Dept · Posted 10 days ago
Management dont listen.No progression.Poor compensation.
Posted a month ago
Because Dell does not pay the market rates for talent
Internal politics, texan culture at corporate level, SVPs pretending to be inclusive yet are the most discriminating bosses in the world
I have no value here... I'm just a number
I know people are making comparable salary with less experience, less knowledge, and fewer past contributions
Even though dell is earning record revenues they are not benefitting employees. Hike percentage is equal to inflation
2% growth over 4 years, it's mental.
Need better annual adjustments and long term incentives.
Increase salary, add stock options for employee and other perks including free medical insurance for parents
Review from Finance Dept
I'd feel better about my job if it was more forgiving for general healthcare practices like ergonomics or screen breaks, which are usually thrown to the side during any sort of pressure. this has lead me to develop a chronic leg pain which managers refuse to acknowledge.
Annual raises do not keep up with inflation. Hard work is not rewarded with more pay. Top 10% performers and slackers get compensated equally. There used to be more performance-based bonuses, but not any more.
Review from Engineering Dept
Very low increment per year and putting extra effort pays you nothing
Better pay and better benefits
Compensation is not as per market standards
We are paid below our market value. So many Dell employees choose to leave solely for income purposes and then come back in order to be paid fairly.
Realize the cost of living has increased and so should the compensation. Especially since a majority of employees work more than the average 40 hours
Need to equal pay environment not just labor scale
567 employees at Dell Technologies score their wages and compensation a B on average. As a testament to this, when employees are asked “Do you believe you're paid fairly?”, 63% say Yes. The Admin department is the most satisfied with their compensation, ranking it 89/100, a full 52 pts above the Communications department. If you want detailed data about Dell Technologies' wages, see the <a href="https://www.comparably.com/companies/dell-technologies/salaries">wage breakdown by department, job titles, locations, and more.</a>
Rate Compensation the Highest
Department - Admin
Department - Product
Department - Operations
Rate Compensation the Lowest
Department - Communications
Ethnicity - Native American
Department - Engineering
How Dell Technologies' Compensation Score is Calculated