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At IBM, we focus on performance. To help us work smarter, we need ideas born from different backgrounds, different perspectives and different attitudes. And that means different people. So it just makes sense that we cater for a range of different circumstances, offering flexible work practices and a range of programs designed to let you fit in work around your life, not the other way around.

What we are not flexible on though is our commitment to innovation. We are tasked with creating a smarter planet and that's something every IBMer is focused on, regardless of who they are or what they do.

At IBM, you'll be a part of something significant, something worthwhile. And you'll also have access to flexibility, support and opportunity like nowhere else. Don't compromise on your next career. Get the best of both worlds.

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Did you know... 1899. IBM hired women and people from ethnic minorities. 1914. IBM hired its first employee with a disability. 1953. IBM wrote its first Equal Opportunity policy letter. 1987. Over 25 years ago we became one of the first employers to include sexual oriantation in our Equal Opportunities policy. 2011. IBM celebrated its Centennial. IBM toped the Stonewall list of Top Global Employers 2013 #1. IBM was 8th in Stonewall Top 100 Employers 2011 - the ranking of the most gay-friendly employers in Britain. In 2012, Ginni Rometty ranked #1 in Fortune's Top 50 Most Powerful Women in Business. IBM does a lot of work with academia to develop the pipeline of talent - for example, a Schools' Outreach Programme running workshops, an activity week at IBM Hursley, an annual “Take Our Daughters to Work Day”, guest lectures at Universities, etc.