IBM has a long history of being a leader and a voice for the LGBTQ+ community, striving every day to foster a culture of conscious inclusion, build a diverse workforce, and give every IBMer the opportunity to make a positive impact on society. We recently published a blog about how our LGBTQ+ IBMers bring their authentic selves to work, and the ways IBM impacts their lives and careers.
On International Women’s Day, IBMer Anne is breaking the bias. Anne is a Cloud Risk and Controls Leader in Europe after joining IBM 11 years ago. Before that, she did not have a degree in IT or engineering; she did not have any technical security experience, but she proved to herself and the world that she could do anything. Want to learn more about our career opportunities? Sign up to our talent network today.
Have you ever left a company... and then returned to work for them? "What brought me back wasn't just that somebody called and said, 'Hey, you know, we have a job for you.' [There are] several things that IBM offers no one else could match." Associate Partner from IBM Consulting, Kirsten VanRiper, talks about why she came back to IBM after leaving to work for one of our competitors. Check out our Consulting roles at www.ibm.com/careers
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For those who enjoy the creative side of technology, here's our gift to freshen up your screen. ibm.com/careers