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Company Secretary

Dell Bracknell, England

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24 hrs ago

Inside Sales Representative I \ II Telemarketing (Graduate) – new

Dell Glasgow, Scotland

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2 days ago

Channel Account Manager – new

Dell Buckinghamshire

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9 days ago

Account Svc Mgmt Advisor

Dell Bracknell, England

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29 days ago

Release Manager

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland

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6 days ago

Inside Sales Specialist

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland +2 locations

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14 days ago

Senior Security Operations Consultant

Dell London, England

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2 days ago

Graduate Java Software Engineer – new

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland

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21 days ago

Software Development Senior Engineer

Dell Edinburgh, Scotland

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11 days ago

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    I worked at Dell

    Pros

    Even as a contractor, there is so much scope for contributing to functional areas beyond your own core expertise. Managers encourage innovation, empower and trust (where deserved). They're also open to alternative ways of working, which in my case resulted in living 200 miles away from the office and as long as put the hours in and got the job done, could plan my day around current surf conditions!

    Cons

    As with all corporations, there are challenges associated with process and due course, and was getting worse when I left. Also, there was too much emphasis in "we're one big family" - or maybe the ethos surrounding this, born in the US, didn't travel to the UK very well.

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    Dell still has a lot of dead weight at all levels; management stuck in the past and old school tie mentalities. A few more redundancy and streamlining cycles should go a long way to sorting that out.

    Also, the good managers still subscribed to the traditional hierarchical approach. You may be managers, but really you're just another person doing a different type of job than your team members. Show respect, get respect. And that applies to everyone.

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