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What is the company culture like, and do you think most Xerox employees are happy with their jobs?

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I'm a very long term employee, and for the most part, I have always been treated fairly well.
In my current job, I am highly valued and very well treated.
I love my job, and currently have the best manager of my career.
Your manager (in most jobs) makes a huge difference in your attitude toward the company and your feelings of accomplishment.
If you expect things to not change......you will be very disappointed.
Things in today’s world change quickly, companies need to move with the times, or face extinction
Old ways and old thinking lead to a company’s demise.
While Xerox is no longer the gem of Wall street it once was, it still provides a good salary, benefits and work environment especially if you are a professional.

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Judging from most answered questions it appears that Xerox
Has lost it's professionalism trust
With employees plus it has lost all honor from the time I worked in Xerox 1979. Xerox was best known for best organization in all departments, HRpolicies and procedures. Every employee had an even fare Medical HOMO Insurance group plan. Xerox needs a lead CEO to run the company on an even margin. A leader that can run the whole corp. Respectfully and honestly.

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Co workers are great but certain long term middle management are down right ignorant to employees..take a tip and learn to encourage employees instead of only offering rude , negative comments or completely ignoring people who depend on you help them.succeed. One in particular has been the reason for so much turnover of staff

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In Rochester sad and no way! If you say good morning on the elevator you will be greated with eye rolls, a sigh, and the other "person" deciding to pretend their phone went off without you noticing. The building is filthy and security has been let go.

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Lots of young female wearing skin tight jeans, long cut shirts and huge earrings. The atmosphere was extremely unprofessional and employees looked like they were on their way to the club. They also sounded like it as well.

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There wasn't really too much about culture, they were more southern. Most are happy.

Answered - Senior Resolution Manager (Former Employee) - Raleigh, NC

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Very playful, and not management support.

Answered - CUSTOMER CARE SERVICE (Former Employee) - Bakersfield, CA

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Yes I want to have the oportunity to work ththe,how can I sibmit an Application.

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Not because of the low salary

Answered - Data Entry (Former Employee) - Chihuahua, Mexico

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Low morale due to no raises or promotions.
Continuous layoffs as jobs sent offshore.

Answered - Implementation Manager (Former Employee) - Rochester, NY

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