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Yearly requests for specialized training were always denied, citing unavailable training budgets. At most, you receive internal company training pertaining to import/export controls, security procedures and phishing/malware prevention. Management felt new versions of any product could be supported by knowledge of legacy versions even though informed of major changes that were not available in previous versions.Salary increases were also non-existent across multiple teams which included no yearly merit increases. Many senior engineers and administrators were let go with remaining team members left to handle the work loads and increased on-call availability. In most cases, members were on-call 24x7 either as primary or secondary contacts.
Paid cell phone bills although you had to own your own device.
No training for new products
Great working experience with very knowledgeable nurturing and progressive minded team members led by supportive management. Very thoughtful and supportive towards work and life balance specially when I had unforseen family situations arises.
Left prior job after 11 years in hope of aligning with org that I could grow with. A year later they went through another mass workforce reduction for the sake of profits and stock price, I was caught up in, finding myself at an ageist position finding another job. A year later and then in midst of the pandemic limitations, still unemployed.
Not many, salary was decent while it lasted.
Executive staff was bizarre at the time, Did not support the recommendations of knowledgeable tech staff, just wanted signing on new customers and then not able to deliver.
DXC is a good company to work for overall, but the frequent change in leadership and lack of strategic direction are constant problems. The culture overall is to expect too much from employees yet does not fairly rate or compensate them for their contribution.
Depending on the leader and area you work in, it may or may not be a good place to work at.
Company neither recognizes nor compensates employees for their contributions
A truly bad company to work for. I have 4 managers in 5 years and never met or talked to any individually. They haven't given raises to employees in years not even cost of living. You worked in constant fear of the next round or reductions in force.
It's still easy to get lost as a cog in the machine; managers have a huge number of employees and getting 1:1 time much less focus from them is all but impossible. But they focus on you when it comes time to cut staff, and longer-term employees still have a target on their back. A culture of fear still pervades the company. New leadership has promised changes, but the only thing that is different is the slower pace of layoffs.
Remote work, high degree of autonomy
No raises or bonuses, expensive health care
When people leave they are not replaced. For a technology company, they have no set processes for projects. There are way to many layers of people involved when working on a project, spend more time reviewing issues that solving them. No gratitude for working extra hours. I dread going to work every day.
Company is in a death spiral after poor management and a toxic culture driven from the very top. Exec management is only managing for the short term and radically cutting operating costs in a desperate attempt to offset a declining top line.
Many good people are still there
The only reason they claim to give unlimited leave is in order to avoid showing a liability for it, thus making their balance sheet look more favorable. It also allows them to screw you when they dump you. The leave policy requires that you only take 10 days and then are required to work 4 months before taking any other time. 10 days every 4.5 months totals 26 days per year for ALL leave! Entry level careers with 2 weeks vacation, 10 sick says and 2 personal days give you that much. It's just another DXC misrepresentation and lie to employees AND clients (and there are many).
There are none
If you are hard working, honest and ethical, it's not for you.
Typical work day is 13 hours/day. Learned Cloud, Scaled Agile, SAFe, Scrum, and Lean. Held several senior management roles. Culture is exceptional. The most enjoyable parts of the job working with the best of the best in our company, new technology, and leading-edge services as a platform. Hardest parts of the job is the long hours and interactions with a very toxic, passive-aggressive director. Several people have quit just because of this individual.