Chief Engineer (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Seattle, WA – 19. August 2019
Working at DXC is not something I would wish on anyone. Poor leadership, I averaged 2 new managers every year while doing the same role. Unrealistic deadlines for high profile projects. You are treated like a tool, no raises, no bonus for the past 6 years. Constantly looking over your shoulder wondering if you will be let go due to latest reorg or company trying to make the quarterly numbers. DXC is constantly changing the organization and this clearly shows a lack in leadership. High level leaders come and go on a monthly basis. If you enjoy constant turmoil, no raises, and no growth opportunities this is the place for you.
Functional Consultant (Ehemaliger Mitarbeiter) – Remote – 19. September 2019
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.