Over the past two years, thousands of tech company employees have taken a stand: they do not want their labor and technical expertise to be used for projects with the military or law enforcement agencies.
Cryptic, sarcastic, paranoid, speculative, does anyone honestly know if whatever "it's" (WFR, RIF, REORG,GTM3.0) called is either happening now or really soon? Most of us checking here seriously wanna know- for realz! ..and hopefully will a whole... — read more
I can’t and unfortunately, I’m not optimistic that next year could be nice at Dell. I’m willing to accept a much worse option just to not stay here anymore. This is not a company, this is a dinosaur.
Dell could soon become better known for its constant reorgs and layoffs happening in silence, than for new products. Job stability is a utopia, but here I am really tired of being in constant fear of what the new reorganization will bring. Do... — read more
Being out of the interview game, I have noticed how hard it is for a software developer to find a new position. The interview process is lengthy, inclusive of Hackerearth tests to even get a first interview. Once an interview is granted, you need to... — read more
When I joined Dell through an acquisition, in the first Tell Dell survey we all filled it honestly - the good and the bad. As a result, my unit was one of the lowest scoring in Dell, and we immediately heard about it from management - our culture is... — read more
When I retired I had 25+ years in and was in my late 50s. During my whole career I kept my skills updated so I left at the top of my game. Once in a awhile when I am bored I’ll take a consulting gig part-time just to keep busy. I also come here to... — read more
I have never quit in my life. I was laid off twice, but never in my life did I think I would be walking out on a decent job of my own volition. But when you are having serious problems with a belligerent and borderline abusive manager and HR is doing... — read more
The company's reputation is very bad. Do they think that by doing everything not to trigger news and or WARN act, they will avoid an even bigger drop in reputation? I believe that the reputation is one of the many reasons why they are trying in all... — read more
I’m pretty pi---d right now. A coworker just claimed credit for my contributions on a project we were working on. This is a first for me and I’m not sure how to handle it. Do I call him on it and get accused of not being a “team player” or do I let... — read more
Is this for real? Is there a WARN? Are managers under NDA? Is this a lay-off or a reorganization? What is the severance? Most importantly, are they accepting volunteers?
Sorry team but they want us back in the office. Can we do it? https://austonia.com/big-tech-returns-to-office
Did you know that Dell in 2000 was the third richest US tech company in terms of revenue? It was more powerful than Microsoft and look at it now - it is less than 1/20th of the value of Microsoft. sic transit gloria mundi.. How about time travel... — read more
(like me), it just means you’re in the wrong company. I got a pretty good offer from another company, although not much better than here, but my intention is to leave this here as soon as possible. I'm debating whether to wait a little longer and... — read more
Unfortunately, it's late now. Looking back, it seems to me that with the hard work and effort I put in here, I could have had a much better career somewhere else. I am leaving while I am still marketable. I wonder how many more people feel they have... — read more
Its been officially announced today that the pre-sales teams at dell will go through a signifiant layoff. Details are yet to be confirmed, however redundancies are guaranteed. All of these layoffs will happen within the next few weeks, before the... — read more
Why DELL does not have an AI agent on every Dell PC similar to Siri of Apple, Cortana of MSFT, and Google? What a pleasure would be to start your working day by turning on you Dell Inspiron and shout out "Hey DELL what is the temperature today?" or... — read more
Do not wait to be laid off, do not be a looser. Be proactive, search for a new job while you are still employed. If you are jobless the chances to land in a new good job are reduced by 90%. Get ready for complicated interviews, study and improve your... — read more
Double Non-Taxation is to prevent companies from paying tax twice in two different countries on the same profit. Dell, however, uses the Netherlands to avoid paying income taxes in either place. The world’s third-largest personal- computer maker has... — read more
A long-timer here. Back when we started we looked at Dell as a place in which we could build a good career ( and a lot of us succeeded ). Now I don’t see that enthusiasm about staying here long-term. Are younger folks that much in a different mindset... — read more
As anybody here knows EMC Corp was once one of the four horsemen , one of the mightiest company in the US. Such much greatness and wealth has been accumulated with EMC Corp. So many great managers and leaders have been created by this once glorious... — read more
Does anyone know any details about the layoffs that are rumored to be around the corner? I don't want to be the bearer of bad news, I don't have any special information except that I've heard from a few people that a new round of layoffs will follow... — read more
Any thoughts. Something is in the works and it’s gonna be significant.
https://www.crn.com/news/data-center/vmware-tanzu-vp-and-dell-emc-vet-chad-sakac-takes-hiatus He was a giant , a businessman with acumen and strategic thinking. He will be missed. He will always be remembered with this unforgettable... — read more
I am seeing papers written by DELL staff like this one on various Tech Sites and promoted Linkedin posts: https://www.delltechnologies.com/asset/en-us/products/ready-solutions/industry-market/dell_prove_possible_nlp_paper.pdf and this one... — read more
Micky,Bill and Jeff were such good friends...
Dell has hit a reputation score of 4.2 in Glassdoor.com much better than many other US companies. What a reason to be proud to work at Dell! Be energized, be ready, be prepared to put your energy in your Dell... — read more
This company is divided more than ever, Employee's moral is very low and and tension is high. Communication is very poor and basically at a stand still. Some of the managers in the services group as I have observed, have the Hi---r syndrome, and... — read more
I don’t work anywhere close to HR and don’t know anyone in HR. Just got a LinkedIn notification that someone from HR looked at my profile. Is this my sign or am I overthinking? Tbh at this point I’m over Dell anyway.
https://www.crn.com/slide-shows/data-center/here-are-dell-s-top-5-most-highly-compensated-executives/3 I am curious how much are compensated the Google or Microsoft CFOs.. I wonder how DELL is really making its money? Is it only me who feels a... — read more
What do you think about this statement? https://video.cube365.net/c/908740 120 billion ARM CPUs sold for Edge computing. True, but how Dell will capitalize on this trend? I fail to see. Dell does not have neither good CPU designers nor... — read more
Do you think work at "Dell" EMC has gotten better after the acquisition ? The layoffs sure seems to have increased within EMC.
We are all pumped up and ready to work with unwavering efficiency and accuracy to help DELL reach its goals! In the last year the company is going only up and forward which is so exciting. Prepare to rumble and earn high marks in the next quarters... — read more
There appears to be some layoffs in presales in Australian teams.
I left 5 years ago and I am working in the humble position of Senior Data Scientist now. Just finished my taxes and found that my annual gross salary compensation for 2020 is $208K. I am in Massachusetts.
To those worried about being laid off, just wanted to post an update about my experience. I was laid off late September of 2020, and it was hurtful, I’m not going to lie. BUT I’m so glad it happened. Fast forward to present day (less than a year... — read more
I left this company a few years ago. Judging by what I heard from a former colleague, regardless of my experience, it would not have been nice at all if I had stayed here because of the gray ceiling. It’s not much different in the company I’m in now... — read more