Joe Tucci started this bit of sharing.
He wrote an open letter to Data Domain employees telling them a bit about what it is like here and how they would be treated if they decided to join the EMC family.
Now lots of folks are weighing in on why they work at EMC. These are
Working here in
THIS age of EMC.
Here's what some of the folks are saying THIS WEEK:
Scott Waterhouse "Why would you want to be an EMC employee?"
Dave Spencer "Why work at EMC?"
Chuck Hollis "Why Do I Work For EMC?"
Steve Todd "What a Difference a Decade Makes"
Natalie Corridan-Gregg "I work for EMC because EMC works for Me."
Mark Twomey "Why do I work at EMC? For the 1%."
Chad Sakac (Virtual Geek): "Why I work for EMC..."
Kathrin Winkler, "Have I mentioned that I love my job?"
@MichelleLavoie, via Twitter: "Why work at EMC? Challenging, busy, learning, contributing, adding value, fun, people, even the occasional hug"
@csiswim, via Twitter: "Why work at EMC? An expanding smorgasboard of diverse personal, business,and technical opportunities to whet any appetite for success."
@phatphoto, via Twitter: I agree 100% with Scott W's blog post! EMC is a great place to work!
@NuzhatMkarim, via Twitter: "Why work at #EMC?" Cause I can b myself. I have a voice & am never just a number. I own what I do. Love the super smart down 2 earth ppl!
@GMinks, via Twitter: "Work w smart people, good place to find a partner too!! (Its how I met @brianrosenthal) :)
@kellylavin, via Twitter: "Why work at #EMC ?" Employee Showcase, Visual Talk Radio show, @C2Cboston volunteer initiative, Campus Hires community, EMC Square/Store
@dyoung322, via Twitter: "Why work at #EMC ?" Challenging, Endless Opportunities, Initiative is Commended, Involved w/ Community, Passionate People, Fun
@mike_fishman, via Twitter: "Work at #EMC offers Opportunity, innovation, diversity both cultural and technical, reward, recognition, leadership, challenge, excitement"
@mike_fishman "Why I work at #EMC" - And did I mention that working for EMC is wicked good fun! - It's nice to actually love your job and I do.
Care to see body language in these sentiments? Visit this site on YouTube. Hear many more personal stories that were shared over the past few quarters about EMC:
Tom about his experience with his career development in Sales.
Renee about her career opportunities in HR.
Marisol about defining her life on a small island, in the Navy, at Harvard, and at EMC.
Glenn, a Stanford Grad, on empowerment and how EMC gives you the tools to create your personal success.
Tom, about his experience at the front door of EMC.
Many of the stories can be heard in languages other than English. Such as:
Stephan's story , spoken in German
Jose's story spoken in Spanish.
Dan's story, in Hebrew.
Nuzhat, in Bangla
I tend to think, at the end of the day, that work is personal.
Not everyone wants to think, play and grow in the land of Big opportunity.
That's cool. Keeping it small is just not our speed.
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Why do you work where you are? Does the opportunity it presents match the size of your aspirations?