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Very professional and hardworking. It acts within the Informational Technology Industry which is in a state of significant and sustained change. The prime driver of this change is the advent of Cloud Computing in a secure environment.
Pros: the people at CSC were some of the best I have ever worked with and there was a great team spirit at the local level. There was good flexibility regarding working from home and part time working Cons: very low morale driven by constant cost cutting and work force reduction programs. Very bureaucratic processes which prevent the business from recognising their true potential. Individual performance is disregarded. Management are solely focused on cutting costs and do not (want to) see the long term underlying issues that this will cause.
Based on consulting model and very varied assignments. Learned a great deal on different approaches to consulting and business development. Management is typical of an outsource and integration organisation, need to be productive for 70-80% and that can be stressful. Workplace culture, is very team focused and supportive. Client base is spread out across UK, and you can spend quite a lot of time on the road. Variety of customers and assignments tend to be different, you could be doing a strategy piece one week, and the next it could be a integration programme as a PD
good client base
travel and long hours
The place went from bad to worse and in the end I couldn't wait to get out. Management were poor, ignorant and had their favourites who were treated completely differently to others. It was very unfair, there was no career progression or salary enhancements, along with no annual bonuses or pay rises. The overall moral was unhealthily low and most people were on the look out for jobs elsewhere.
Ability to finish early each day and buy extra annual leave
Unfriendly, unprofessional Management, building falling to bits
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I worked on a client site as part of an ever-shrinking legacy application support group, as such the work-load was reducing almost daily as applications were migrated elsewhere. Working on a client site meant we felt isolated and out of the loop, just left to do the best we could. Management showed no inclination to help staff in difficult times. Hardest part of the job was finding enough work to remain meaningful. Best part of the job was the excellent fellow support staff we worked with, and the opportunity to be flexible in our working environment.
Flexible working environment
No pay rise in many years
working at CSC was a mixed journey, on the service desk you wasnt thought of anything extra when going the extra mile If you can get onto the GBS side of the company its like working for a different company, you are looked after and they accommodate to your work n personal life to the best of there abilities
This position turned out to be nothing more than a loop hole for cheap labour and company funding. However I did get some qualifications from this course and even got to work on a farm for 2 weeks which was an amazing experience!
Experienced farm work
lead by false promises
I worked at the Bridge an inbound & outbound call centre. The base salary when I started £15K was ok. It was not too hard to earn bonuses. Since then the base salary has remained the same & the bonus structure is worse. OK as a starter role to get in to sales or Estate agency.