DST has changed significantly in the last few years. Management has been driven by short term goals much more than long term success. There are constantly budget cuts and a lot of turnover. This is largely do to many work hours and poor work life balance. The many hours that are put in by employees are not appreciated and expected. Poor management direction leads to many wasted work hours, which leads to low employee engagement. there seems to be little direction and the organization frequently reorganizes as well as strategy changes. People who have been at DST for a long time are not appreciated as their knowledge is believe to be irrelevant to the modern work environment. Focus in recent years has been on getting more millenial's into the work environment, which is a good thing. However, there are many legacy processes that have to be supported to meet client requirements, and no one seems to believe this knowledge is needed. The company is significantly outsourcing work at this point and spending a lot of money to do so.
Management style is very old school, with nearly a bullying type mentality in many instances. Groups within DST are very silo'd and do not work as a cohesive organization. There is a lot of "throw it over the fence" mentality, and not deal with the problems.
It seems DST is on a very short term plan to boost stock prices with not a long range goal of how to maintain clients nor employees.
Large campus and many areas/bu in which to work
Does not focus on education and employee growth, Opportunities to travel were limited during my carear, Management does not listen to the employees.