There are several dedicated and good people to work with
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Falls Church, VA – July 16, 2018
Although there is not really any time in the schedule for any formal training, there are several scrappy and dedicated people there who work long hours to put out the best product possible. The ability to work remotely is a plus.
on a typical day i come in and sort out and divide the work out between the team, after that is done we work in AWD and process different requests from the indexers. The management is excellent but its the corporate big wigs that dont care about us. The company hasnt paid raises in almost 8 years. Workplace culture is cool, were always having potlucks and what not. The hardest part of the job is probably learning all of the policy prefixes and learning what goes where. The easiest part is the prepping and scanning of the paperwork. The most enjoyable part is the unlimited vacation as long as it isnt abused.
unlimited vacation, benefits, company matched 401k
not a whole lot of room for advancement, low salaries with no chance of a raise
Data Scientist (Current Employee) – Madison, WI – July 11, 2018
The management team constantly puts down their employees. They pile on the work and give you no credit when everything goes right, but you get all the blame if something goes wrong. The manager specifically doesn't respect his employees, doesn't do anything to foster a team environment, and expects everything from an employee, above and beyond what should be expected. DXC does not pay very well and expects you to work long hours.
Computer Support Specialist (Current Employee) – Michigan – July 10, 2018
Pay is way below market value. Company is always looking for ways to make their bottom line better, which means layoffs and more work pushed onto the survivors. Forget about trying to move up or change positions as they won't give your the advertised wage since internal applicants are seen as getting a promotion and not a job change.
Must be prepared to wear multiple hats that don't match your job title and for low wages.
Senior Program Manager (Current Employee) – Austin, TX – July 10, 2018
This is a new company created by the merger of two different companies. They still have not found their way compounded by the fact that they had massive layoffs and lost much of their talent and institutional knowledge. Contracts are short-staffed and poorly organized and it is difficult to imagine this company being around in its present form for longer than the current contracts last.
Quality Assurance Analyst/ Procurement Specialist (Current Employee) – Montgomery, AL – July 9, 2018
It's a good company to work for. Once you prove yourself, you are generally left to work and there is little to no micro management. I plan the majority of my workday based on what needs to be done and any mandatory meetings. The client is placed at the forefront of everything.
great work life balance
pay is low compared to the industry standards for most employees
Used to be a great place - then merger went downhill
Associate Professional (Former Employee) – Falls Church, VA – July 9, 2018
CSC and HP merged into one large outsourcing company - DXC. They cut headcount on-shore to the extent of offshoring all Finance roles to India. Zero grace or dignity was offered to loyal employees and many were not even given proper notice as management cuts were so deep - we would be notified by the offshore resource that needed knowledge transfer. An overall horrible experience that still leaves me riddled with anxiety attacks daily (10 months after layoff)
Was hired as Security Administrator. The position was with no privileges as an administrator. The day consisted of created Orders in Service Now which went to other departments for Phone, Oracle Access, Citrix, Interchange, Sending emails to other departments to give users access. There wasn't any training as all the papers that were shown on how to perform the work. All the training was to hand out written documents which the illustrations were based off of Remedy; which was not used any longer. When presented the job they wanted Heavy Active directory experience. The only Active directory function we had access too was to reset a users password. It was working for the State of Tennessee's Tenncare division in Nashville, TN. The State Supervisor rarely knew how to answers questions to the issues we faced. Very high turnover rate. Others made lot of mistakes due to how unorganized the department was handled. The position was more of a Secretary job asking other departments to give access through email and creating Service desk tickets in Service Now. Supervisor would text my phone late at night wanting the other teammates to go out to Karaoke at local bars. at your own expense and would have group time at your own expense during lunch. If you did not attend they acted like you were an outcast. That caused issues at home with my wife as she did not like the text and being invited to get out late at night to go to bars.
Project Manager (Current Employee) – Plano, TX – July 6, 2018
Lowest morale I've ever experienced. You will not be given the systems/tools to do your job. No raises or bonuses even for the top performers. You get a verbal good job and pat on the back for exceeding expectations.
If you are employed then you are getting a paycheck
Healthcare Rep I (Former Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – July 5, 2018
The view I gave I think was fair, because we had no face to face with HR. if something was wrong with your check or a problem we had to email HR. I need more money for all the work we was doing. there was no team work as well.
DXC is a customer and employee results driven organization
PROFFESIONAL CLIENT DELIVERY MANAGER (Current Employee) – Municipio de Isabela, PR – July 4, 2018
DXC is driven by excellence in the workplace. In order to ensure this, multiple training paths are offered during working hours and after work. Driven by improving customer satisfaction, there is always a mentor to provide assistance.
Productive and welcoming environment with large amounts of work
Print Operator (Current Employee) – Little Rock, AR – June 28, 2018
I have loved working at DXC but the amount of work has increased exponentially over the last 2 years and pay has not been increased. We are told to work overtime to make up for the extra work but even that is not a permanent thing. The people are great and the management fair. I want to find something new that will appreciate me and pay me what I'm worth in experience.
Friendly coworkers, steady work to the point of overwhelming