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Flexible Working Arrangements
Equal Pay Initiatives
Paid Parental Leave
Return To Work Policy
Leadership Development Program
Raise Numbers Of Women In Leadership
Internal Women's Networking Group
1899 - First Women Hired.
1935 - Thomas Watson Promises Women Equal Pay For Equal Work.
1943 - At 27, Ruth M. Leach Is Hired As First Woman Vice-President.
1954 - IBM's First Equal Opportunity Letter, 10+ Years Before The Civil Right Act.
1984 - Non-discrimination On The Basis Of Sexual Orentation.
2012 - Ginni Rometty Appointed As First Woman CEO.
IBM has more than 100 years of work on diversity, inclusion and equality in the workplace. That legacy, and our continued commitment to advance equity in a global society, has made us leaders in diversity and inclusion.
IBM places the advancement and retention of women with leadership potential as a key business priority. The participation of women on senior teams has been found to be positively associated with company performance. Therefore, this imperative is built into all talent strategies, and we offer many programs designed to help individual women advance.
As a technology company, we prioritize women in technical leadership roles and develop many programs to advance women in those roles. The “Technical Women’s Pipeline Program” aligns mid-career women with an executive coach and sponsor, offers face-to-face workshops and learning labs, and creates a development roadmap to track progress and readiness for the next milestone in their career path.
Attracting, retaining and developing female talent across the world is not only essential to IBM’s company culture, it’s a business imperative. From 1899, when we hired our first women employees to today, with our first female CEO, IBM’s commitment to celebrating the talent of women has been at the forefront of our business and a key driver of our success.
At IBM, we recognize that women play a critical role in our global economy and that they must be present in the industry that drives innovation in all sectors.
Every IBMer, and potential ones like yourself, has a voice, carves their own path, and uses their expertise to help co-create and add to our story. Together, we have the power to make meaningful change – to alter the fabric of our clients, of society and IBM itself, to create a truly positive impact and make the world work better for everyone.
Are you craving to learn more? Prepared to solve some of the world’s most unique challenges? And ready to shape the future for millions of people?
If so, then it’s time to join us, express your individuality, unleash your curiosity and discover new possibilities.
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I feel privileged to be the first oriental Chinese woman who had made Partner in Financial Services. Attracting great people has to do with our values, and we live them every day as an IBM Executive. It is not what we say, It is what we do. Having a community, even just someone else to talk to who’s in a similar experience helps to support one another and inspire others.
When my kid turned 3 and a half I started looking for opportunities to re-start my career. However, I faced multiple rejections at interviews due to the break in my career. Around this time, IBM had launched the Tech Re-entry program and I was selected to join the program. The orientation program, conversation cafes, meetings with senior women professionals and weekly meetings with the program HR partners during the 3-month internship period boosted my confidence. My team mates and managers were very co-operative and I felt everyone wanted me to succeed in my endeavor to re-start my career. At the end of the internship I was offered a regular role at IBM which I believe signified my successful re-integration in the workforce.
My journey in IBM for the last 15 years has been amazing. One of the most memorable moments in my career has definitely been when I got chosen to work as the Lead Security Architect on this complex enterprise Security Project that is going to make a big impact to IBM once we go live. IBM gives equal opportunities to all who want to progress. We have a number of diversity initiatives helping women progress. I have contributed in programs like “Developing your technical career” by mentoring the groups of women that attended the program.
“Even as a newcomer you can still share expertise, ideas and create connections around the world. Whatever your level of expertise, at IBM all ideas are listened to as you become part of a global network of experts.”
"I have proudly worked for IBM for 20+ years. But, I'm still not bored as IBM is constantly evolving and there are just endless things to explore and so many IBMers to learn from. It sounds cliche, but it's true! I've worked across Finance, Pricing, Workforce Management, and Operations before finding myself joining the IBM Garage team. My role involves developing and executing growth strategies. IBM Garage is a human-centered approach to solving client business problems and enables enterprises to accelerate, breakthrough, and work more like startups. To me, the most exciting part is its new ways of working: IBMers and clients co-create and work smarter, and as a result, the business value is realized much faster. IBM Garage is THE way to help our clients journey towards digital transformation and that's why I thoroughly enjoy my job!"