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I began working there when it was PMSC
Business Analyst (Former Employee) –  Blythewood, SCMay 25, 2018
PMSC was then bought by CSC then merged and DXC Technology was created. Throughout the transitions there was a general downturn with the moral of the employees.
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Every Friday was layoff day. Never knew if you would get the call.
Sr. Network Security Engineer (Former Employee) –  Chicago, ILMay 25, 2018
Since 2006, I was with EDS which was acquired by HP, spun off to HPE, split-merged to DXC. For the last 8 years, no raises, no bonuses, no incentives, and a consistent flow of layoffs. The motto was "Do more with less". The one good thing was that I was able to work from home.
Pros
Work from home.
Cons
No raises, no bonuses, no incentives, and a consistent flow of layoffs
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Does not compensate employees
UTAS- Analyst FICO module (Current Employee) –  Isabela, Puerto RicoMay 25, 2018
Should focus on motivating employees to stay in the company; not leave. A culture should be created by management engagement with the employees. That's pretty much it.
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problems arose that challanged the mind
Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) –  Syracuse, NYMay 24, 2018
worked on the national grid account which was a good facility to work at. Worked both desktop support and the newly created tech bar which was managed by national grid staff.
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Its a job
Call Center Representative/Customer Service (Current Employee) –  Tucker, GAMay 24, 2018
Low pay, little to no advancement. Some managers work with you as far as your schedule goes. If you are not apart of the "get along" gang you can hang up promotions. The benefits are expensive. Its a great place to gain experience but once you get it leave...RUN!
Pros
Hours guaranteed
Cons
Low pay. No advancement
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Excellent
Facilities Technician II (Former Employee) –  Austin, TXMay 22, 2018
I loved working there, great work environment, paid vacation and sick days, holidays all of them off, excellent salary. Job advancement opportunitiess
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On an All-High lay-off
STORAGE AND BACKUP ENGINEER (Former Employee) –  Manila, CAMay 22, 2018
Management still focuses on saving money. Keeps laying off old high paying experts and replaces them with new low paying associates. Work load is all high while bonuses are none and salary will be the same from right when you started working for DXC.
Pros
quiet office
Cons
political bias, no bonus, no salary increase, high workload, rarely gives trainings/certification
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It's an easy going job
Outstation Clerk (Current Employee) –  Milwaukee, WIMay 22, 2018
The job is straight to the point. Easy to get a hang of if you're trying to do your work. Once you catch on, it is impossible not to be able to meet your daily goals.
Pros
health care, benefits
Cons
lunch would be better as an hour
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Full chaos, no strategy, no idea for the future
Global Project/ Program manager (Former Employee) –  SofiaMay 21, 2018
chaotic and totally disoriented management
no futute strategy
no work values
totally forget the people and customer needs
top tallent was fired across the globe
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Good place
Americas Client Customer Lead (Current Employee) –  Parsippany, NJMay 18, 2018
Nice to work here. A lot of cutting edge ideas that are brought to clients. The challenge is integrating them into legacy infrastructures with comprehensive compliance and regulatory requirements
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You will never know what your supposed to do
Solution Architect/Analyst/Developer (Current Employee) –  Houston, TXMay 17, 2018
This company has a policy of telling their employees that they should find some work to do and then not give them any way to find that work. There are no project databases or websites or anything you can use to find projects to work on. I have never seen a company run like this and I can't imagine how they will succeed in the future.
Pros
Good autonomy
Cons
No loyalty to employees
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Recent Merger and Same Work
Senior QA Analyst (Current Employee) –  San Antonio, TXMay 15, 2018
Typically I do full time hours for the contracted company. I have learned a lot about the financial industry and working for a contract company. Management is responsive to our concerns. They have a great culture and provide lots of educational resources. Hardest part is probably figuring out how to grow in your career. The most enjoyable part is all the things I got to learn.
Pros
Free Ebooks and Learning Resources
Cons
Can only access Ebooks and Learning Resources through company portal
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Like the work -management was wicked
N/A (Former Employee) –  DelawareMay 15, 2018
Worked for dxc for 7 years and out of those years received one raise and one bonus the last 2 years lived on the edge not knowing if you were going to get laid off due to work force reduction because of company merge. Advancement was hand picked by managers on who they thought would be best fit. Not a fair working place and account executive seemed to be unconcerned about the issues. On other hand co-worker's very pleasant to work with; we made it fun for us. No company appreciation for anything you did. Just poor culture all around.
Pros
Good starter job 10 years ago
Cons
Management
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great coworkers
Senior Professional System Administrator (Former Employee) –  Apache Junction, AZMay 15, 2018
The support team was great to work with. Immediate management was good to work with and cared about supporting the customer. Most enjoyable part of the job was working remotely for 15 years.
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A company made up of too many opposing pieces and too much management
Information Systems Architect (Current Employee) –  FloridaMay 15, 2018
Came from former HP Enterprise Services. Was excited about the DXC merger until it's true colors were exposed. No money for training, worse benefits..
Pros
Work from home some of the time
Cons
Too numerous to name. Very top heavy and no reward for good work.
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Not a good people company
Finance Partner (Current Employee) –  Plano, TXMay 14, 2018
Slashed benefits from Hewlett Packard legacy, including bonus, employer contribution to 401k and medical benefits. Slashed workforce, more cuts happening, expect more from employees with less to work with.
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Productive Workplace
IT Developer/Engineer 3 (Former Employee) –  Houston, TXMay 14, 2018
DXC allowed me the opportunity to work in a number of industries depending on where I was a good fit as an IT resource.

A normal day consisted of working on your assigned project, either independently or collaborating with other team members.
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Merger of CSC and HP Enterprise Services - Poorly Managed
Offering Manager - Continuity Program Management (Current Employee) –  Wilmington, DEMay 14, 2018
Typical growing pains following merger of CSC and HPES. General HPES "my way or the highway" attitude toward any legacy CSC business entity and/or employee. Makes for a poorly managed organization.
Pros
If you're into Private, Public and Hybrid Cloud technical solutions, DXC is strong.
Cons
If you are legacy CSC and trying to fit into DXC, good luck.
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No room for advancement
Financial Analyst II (Current Employee) –  Auburn Hills, MIMay 13, 2018
Many capable team members were stuck in same place for far too long, no room for advancement. Upper management is full of old individuals who are not open to new ideas and are stuck in the 70's.
Pros
Work life balance was great
Cons
Compensation ad advancement were horrible
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relaxed but all about the numbers in the end
Senior Associate Technician (Former Employee) –  Wichita, KSMay 10, 2018
While employed the atmosphere is generally relaxed but in the end for them its all about the numbers. Productivity is measured but the standard is the same (essentially the want 6 tickets a day). 6 is easy for people who simply image a machine and load software or remote people who adjust a setting or install a software. Didn't work as well for my job which came to me saying, remote support cant figure it out so you figure it out. I may end up reimaging, backing up and loading additional software on 1 ticket when under normal circumstances 1 person would do the image for a ticket, the deployment person would do the backup for another ticket not to mention the sla would reset each time. I was not fired but got what was called RIF (reduction in force) even though they just hired many lower level people. No warning or option to transfer, just given a severance package and told good luck.
Pros
benefits package
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