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At Dell, we’re committed to building a diverse environment that is reflective of a diverse global marketplace. We are striving to ensure we engage with key marketplace segments to advance our global diversity and inclusion activities.
Our team members are an incredible force focused on building a greater level of involvement in our global diversity practices across our business.
Employee resource groups connect team members who share common ethnicity, gender, nationality, lifestyle or sexual orientation. They provide personal and professional development through mentoring, volunteerism and community involvement.
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I have been working at Dell (More than 8 years)
I have worked for EMC for close to 10 years and never ever felt that i am not growing
- Personal and career growth
- Salary at par with the best in business
- ample learning opportunity
- a brand to reckon with
No glaring issues as such.
The process was straight forward which included 2 rounds. Post which was the HR round.
The issue I had with the HR round was the HR associate was kind of rude and intimidating. HR was not ready to understand my expectations and tried to pressurize me in accepting the offer at their offered compensation structure by stating that if the rejection happens due to the financial aspect not agreed by the contestant they do not reconsider it further for renegotiation.
As what they were offering was way below my expectation and had to reject the offer.
I would suggest, anyone applying should have the expectations put forth way before the interview is scheduled which will avoid unnecessary wastage to time for both parties.