Security/Dispatcher (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – September 20, 2017
I got to work security at Lucas Oil Stadium. So it was pretty interesting even though I'm not into sports. I got to meet a lot of great people and overall, it was a fun job. When I worked security, I was third shift, and felt like I had the stadium to myself.
Event Staff (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – September 13, 2017
You are pretty much security outside or inside. You get to meet a lot of new people and including the guest. There is not a lot of pressure just learn your area information for the event and you are good. The only downfall i had with the company is that it was not consistent with jobs. This is whenever we have an event type thing and you better get here two hours before so you can be guaranteed a spot to work for that day.
Senior Engineer (Current Employee) – Connecticut – September 9, 2017
Move along, nothing to see here.
Executives who tell you raises and bonuses make employees lazy, yet cash out hundreds of thousands in options every couple weeks.
Unrealistic expectations. There is no work / life balance at CSC. Take a week off for your kid's medical issue, you're pulled aside and reminded to still work. They remind you that it's only FMLA protecting you.
Asked repeatedly why I couldn't use a laptop to work remotely while my kid was lying in a hospital bed for a week, hooked up to IV's.
You schedule to work an event whether it is a concert or a football game. When working football games you get roughly 8 hours of work, but you only get one 15 minute break. You should expect to be on your feet all day.
Senior Staff Integrator (Former Employee) – Fort Hood, TX 76544 – August 29, 2017
The company mostly provides contracts to the government and over the last 8 years, the government cut many contracts and the loss of jobs was high. Most employees are retired military to understand the needs of the military.
Security Supervisor (Current Employee) – Queens, NY – August 23, 2017
Sehr Abenteuerlich, Kundenservice, Informationen, Aufsicht. Mit verschiedene Menschen umzugehen als Teamplayer. Das Philly Eagles stadion und Spielfeld kennengelernt auch das Feld. Als Supervisor den Haupteingang des U.S. Open in N.Y.C. to bewachen mit Eingangs Kontrollen. Mitarbeiter Kontrollieren! Das Sie die Dienstvorschriften, Einhalten. Erste Hilfe geleistet mehere male im Dienst. Management war Sehr Gut! Alt sowie neu. :) Am schwierigsten waren manche Mitarbeiter und Besucher und die sehr langen Bus reisen zu manche arbeitsorte ausserhalb des Staats New York. Am besten waren verschiedene sachen, viele Mitarbeiter, Chef und Ex chef , Events, Konzerte und Auftraggeber.
Sr. Programmer/Analyst (Former Employee) – Menands, NY – August 23, 2017
The management was very flexible about hours. The coworkers were very knowledgeable and helpful. It was a great place to work. I only left because I got a job offer from DMV in Rhode Island which was closer to my home.
n/a (Current Employee) – Sarasota FL – August 22, 2017
Folks, don't believe these Sarasota reviews. I work at the Sarasota office and know people in the posted departments. I know that none of them would write such satisfied, happy reviews. They have to have been written by mangement or a recruiter. You don't want to work at DXC/CSC. No raises in past 7 years for anybody. Contrary to the ads that they post, you will be very much micro-managed. Very little guidance. No opportunity for advancement- once they get you, you stay where you are. Don't believe what you read. All lies.
A paycheck until I find something else
Lies, micro manage, no opportunity to move to other position
Collections/Customer Service (Call Center) (Former Employee) – Irving, TX – August 18, 2017
Most relaxed call center center I've ever worked in. Genuinely functioned more like an office. With customer service department directly across the room collections & customer satisfaction was simplified.
Customer Service/Claims Representative III (Former Employee) – North Richland Hills, TX – August 18, 2017
CSC was a decent place to work and then layoffs were necessary. It became a stressful place at that time watching people lose their jobs and then having to pick up the extra work load since no one was hired to fill the positions. The hours were set shifts so it was hard to make appointments during the day.