DXC Technology
Happiness score is 36 out of 100
3.2 out of 5 stars.
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About the company

  • CEO
    Mike Salvino, President and Chief Executive Office
    50%
    approve of Mike Salvino, President and Chief Executive Office's performance
  • Founded
    1959
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    £4bn to £7bn (GBP)
  • Industry
    Information Technology
  • Link
    DXC Technology website
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Software Development

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Rating overview

Rating is calculated based on 3.7K reviews and is evolving.

2.5220182.5720192.1920202.1720212.832022

Reviews

Service Desk Analyst in Renfrewshire
on 3 May 2022
Not the worst
Generally ok to work for, but if you're on nightshift, you're kind of forgotten about, and the only time day shift or management take notice is if something goes wrong.
Senior Project Manager in Home Based
on 27 April 2022
“Good at its core - real issues on some accounts - I lasted 5 months!”
50-60 hour week expected to keep up with workload and archaic systems and processes.Lots of duplication of effort - meaning project managers spent more time reporting and doing admin tasks than actually delivering.Account specific issues: - majority of projects handed to me had passed though at least 5 other project managers - timelines were blown, financials were a mess.Management and team leaders are so inundated with workload that they have very little time to deal with concerns or issues - it is up to the project manager to deal with everything.Technical resources are either non existent, have a bad attitude or are new starters who know nothing about the nuances and technical attributes of the account.All HR and financial admin is offshore making it difficult to get quick answers to any day to day issues.Expected 50-60 hour weeks = burnoutAdvice to ManagementStreamline the processes - 5 systems to request different technical resources is unreasonable.Create a forum where employees can suggest better ways of working - then TAKE THIS ONBOARD and action.Reduce the amount of legacy CSC and HPE systems and create one DXC way of working - too many hangups from the past.Reduce contractors who are quite frankly on the gravy train and will stretch out work for as long as they canTime Booking - remove this unreasonable "all employees must be 100% billable" attitude - how can you book internal team and DXC meetings to the client!
IT Delivery Executive in Swindon
on 22 April 2022
fun workplace
Great company to work for. Good salary, good work life balance, good management. Good career growth and learning. Good benefits and perks Totally employee friendly and relaxed atmosphere
DevOps Engineer in Erskine, Renfrewshire
on 18 April 2022
Slowly improving culture
I worked at DXC for 3 years. Your experience working there will depend on the pipeline of work that comes through. They've had to shift to looking for more smaller contracts after they lost the 'cash cow' that was the DWP when it was brought back in house. I eventually had enough when they forced me into working on a contract where I didn't have the skills to do the job properly and it resulted in high stress levels. Despite everything they say, if there is an opportunity to get a cost code, they will book you out whether you're suitable for the role or not. There is also a distinct lack of career development and progression.
Account Process Lead in Cobalt Newcastle
on 21 March 2022
Not a bad place to work, but far from great.
DXC, formerly HP, formerly EDS, was overall an OK place to work. The work life balance was fine for the most part, but they’re notoriously tight with pay, and they have a bad habit of promoting internally and not giving pay rises, so basically getting professional staff well below the market rate. As a result they tend to lose established and competent staff in droves, but strangely don’t seem too bothered by that. They aren’t the most organised of managers, but aren’t terrible. They’ve had some just awful CEO’s in the past, criminally bad in fact, but the current one seems ok. It’s place I’d hesitate to recommend overall, staff aren’t really cared about much, certainly not in the UK, but it’s not the worst place I’ve worked either.

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Interview insights

Insights from 148 Indeed users who have interviewed with DXC Technology within the last 5 years.

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Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview questions

None, was part of tupe which was a disgrace, never met legal requirements under transfer, avoid at all costs

Shared on 23 September 2020

Questions on Experience, individual contribution and reasons for change

Shared on 2 April 2018

1.Process related & few book question.

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