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Dell Overview

Round Rock, TX (US)
10000+ employees
Company - Private
Information Technology
₹500+ billion (INR) per year
Dell Technologies is a unique family of businesses that provides the essential infrastructure for organizations to build their digital future, transform IT and protect their most important asset: information. The company services customers of all sizes across 180 countries ... Read more

Dell – Why Work For Us?

With more than 100,000 team members globally, we promote an environment that is rooted in the entrepreneurial spirit in which the company was founded. Dell’s team members are committed to serving our communities, regularly volunteering for a variety of non-profit organizations. Our team members follow an open approach to technology innovation and believe that technology is essential for human success. We achieve that by emphasizing:

  • Life at Dell means collaborating with dedicated professionals with a passion for technology.
  • When we see something that could be improved, we get to work inventing the solution.
  • Our people demonstrate our winning culture through positive and meaningful relationships.
  • We invest in our people and offer a series of programs that enables them to pursue a career that fulfills their potential.
  • Our team members’ health and wellness is our priority as well as rewarding them for their hard work.

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Dell‘s commitment to our candidates, regardless of location or level means that candidates can expect:

  • A realistic preview of the job and the interview process 
  • To ask any question and have it be answered with transparency and candor 
  • To be fairly considered for opportunities where qualifications meet requirements 
  • Post-interview communication on next steps no later than seven days 
  • The best possible offer the first time 
  • To be treated as a valued customer of Dell products and solutions  
  • Integrity and respect

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How we work. How we lead.

We know our culture matters in how we run the business, how we go to market, and how we lead each other. It describes what we care about, the things in which we’re willing to invest and the rules that define us as a team.

Our culture is defined by our values and made real every day by how we work and lead. We know our culture is the foundation for all we’ve achieved, and for all the success ahead of us. This is our culture code. #CultureCode.

Our Diversity Commitment

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 Employee Resource Groups

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.

Learn more about our commitment to diversity and inclusion here ›


Dell’s University Relations Program empowers future leaders like you to collaborate with our global teams, develop ideas and then run with them. We offer three different ways that you can make an immediate impact here at Dell: internships, full-time employment and rotation & development programs.

It's never too early to start thinking about your career. We are always looking for the next generation of great thinkers who can guide our business forward, today and tomorrow. Together we can grow as a vital global company with a passion for creating innovative products and services for our customers. Learn more here!


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    "EMC - An amazing company"

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    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.

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Dell Interviews



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    Customer Service Representative Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Chennai
    No Offer
    Negative Experience
    Easy Interview


    I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Dell (Chennai).


    I was a college student at that time and I decided to do any part time job to support my basic needs. I posted my profile in an online job portal. I was contacted by an outsourcing company which referred me to Customer Service Representative job at Dell Healthcare, DLF IT Park, Ramapuram, Chennai. I specifically told them that I'm a college student and I will have only HSC marksheet during interview. They said HSC is also one of the qualifications for that job and so I can attend it.
    Believing them I went for the interview. There were few other graduate candidates for the interview. An employee came and asked for our interview call letter. While giving the letter, I told him that I'm a college student and I only have HSC documents. He told other candidates to go to other room for telephonic interview with HR and asked me to wait.
    He tried to convince me to not attend the interview, by saying that I won't be able to manage time for studies, etc. But I was so adamant and assured him that I can manage it. Then he sent me to the interview room. From the look on his face, I knew that they are going to reject me anyway.
    Then I attended the telephonic interview and waited for the verdict.
    The result was mark based, 30 out of 100 is pass. First they told the result for other candidates, everyone had less than 30 score. Then they said my score was 8 (lowest of all candidates) and adviced me to improve my English.
    BTW I forgot to mention, I'm a Freelance Invigilator for British Council.
    If they wanted to reject me, they could have just told that they don't want students and I won't be offended. I was told that my English is not good, but I was the most proficient candidate.

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Dell Awards & Accolades

  • World's Most Ethical Companies Ethisphere, 2017, Ethisphere, 2017
  • Top 50 Companies for Diversity, DiversityInc, 2016
  • World's Most Ethical Companies, Ethisphere, 2016
  • Best Place to Work in Ireland, Indeed, 2016
  • Leader in Creating Employee Resource Groups, DiversityInc, 2015
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