What can I say except that for a long time now I've only been doing the bare minimum, hoping to be on the layoff list next time around. I would love that the most. Get the package and get out of this ridiculous company. Layoff rounds are less and... — read more
We know there'll be some if going by previous quarters, the only issue is how many will be affected.
I came from a company for which I thought had the worst leadership to this one here, a company that turns out to have even worse leadership. Sometimes I don't understand how it is possible that there are people in leadership positions who do not... — read more
Mark the date in your calendar. Any ideas on what they will share first with the shareholders and later/never with employees? What will be the key topics to be addressed or obscured? The results of the survey? The completion of the debt refinancing?... — read more
TYSONS, Va., September 13, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) President and CEO Mike Salvino and members of the DXC leadership team today rang the New York Stock Exchange Closing Bell® to celebrate their bonuses, falling share price... — read more
Have you ever worked in a company where payment and workload increase were in larger disproportion? I have not. And they still expect me to work at the same pace these last few days after I gave notice haha
TCS doing everything DXC management dream off. Middle management stop creating bureaucracy and start growing the company. Sal you need to cut them middle layers they are a waste, you need growth not celebrate a slower rate of decline every quarter... — read more
I thought I have seen it all. But nope. After countless other meaningless posts (cfr inclusion, gender neutrality, etc) the best one so far was posted today: "World menopause day"!! Are we paying (an army of) people to create these type of content?... — read more
I feel sorry for new employees who seem so happy to join DXC. I always wonder if I should warn them that if they don't know anybody here or are not good at a-s-kissing, they were probably brought on to even out the numbers for the next layoffs round... — read more
About 2 years ago, DXC had acquired a local business in my country that is known for its high customer ratings, close business relationships with its clients, and a culture of close collaboration and team building among its colleagues and managers... — read more
Many who leave complain that they have wasted their time here. By lost time I mean a time when I haven’t learned anything new. I have been here for a little over a year and I have tried to gain as much experience as I could. I just hope that in the... — read more
Drongoole said this when talking about the downsized Tyson office: “As I joined just under two years ago…we were really stepping back and saying, ‘Hey, what do we want the future of the company to be and how do we want to attract talent, what do we... — read more
The cronies at Deutsche still pumping. Mikey 2 and Steakcutter 2 will continue to suckle from the te-t while laying of ever more staff to mask the fact they have no idea what they are doing. Playbook! Survey! Revenue Stabilisation! Our customers... — read more
Did the team get laid off? Some exceptionally high cal people in ANZ / UK who ran the divestitures have disappeared
I cannot remember any celebration event since 2017! Do you remember one? A BBQ for the office or the project team? A team event? A family party? A breakfast basket during Covid?
A few words of warning: don't believe your manager when they tell you you're safe. The fact is they're just trying to keep you calm and doing your job to the last possible moment before they pull the rug from under your feet. The longer you are kept... — read more
Last but not least, if your asked to train someone, like your replacement, don't. Why? I’m currently training the person I’d most rather advise to run away from here. Still, I try to make it as easy as possible for her to start here because... — read more
I see someone here mentioned it. Is it worth retraining a poor-performing manager? Or is it a waste of time? In my opinion, that won't help.
I hate the fact that I've been unable to land a new job for the past year. I want to be out so badly. I can't take this for much longer. I'm overworked, constantly worried about layoffs, and I have to navigate toxic work politics on daily basis. One... — read more
If you can imagine how a company would treat a person they suspected was spy for another company, that's how DXC treated me. I cared about work and the more I worked and tried to be engaged, the worse it got. The problem is that DXC treats many just... — read more
I was reading reviews on Glassdoor and I ran into this gem: "I was required to layoff team members by the dozens over a six month period, with no understandable criteria for choosing. It was so inconsistent and I had no control over choosing... — read more
Normally book to bill is a good indicator of growth, but as DXC has hung its hat on this metric for over 5 - 6 quarters.. what is happening? Taking more orders than billing each month, it could look positive with a mild decline in orders but a... — read more
thunders Mikey McDaniel on an All Hands. (Why is that most of the sh-t folks of DXC have Mikey as their first name?). So the pathetic B&B have started resorting to open threats now.
Our engagement level is 104%. No need to change anything
Has anyone heard anything new about layoffs?
Maybe someone prefers a job that isn’t challenging. In my case, I didn't find it at DXC. I wonder what would be the reaction if I communicated with a superior to see if there is somewhere within the company where I can be reassigned? Perhaps it's... — read more
Well if they didnt lay off 20,000+ people that would not be a problem. Best way to cut costs is to right source the CEO, get rid of his huge salary and stock options
Not everyone is smiling :) Who cares they were at the opening Bell, almost anyone can do it! https://www.nyse.com/bell/calendar
It is true that mostly late-career workers remain here, while most of the others are looking for a new job every day. However, there are also older workers who are not afraid and who are willing to hurl themselves onto the job market. __________ .. — read more
Get rid of the exec and the middle management. Rank and file see the issues and have the skills to fix DXC. Sadly they will never get the chance and the decline ("stabilization") will continue. Unless you are close to retirement or happy doing as... — read more
Mike S says Chris Drumgoole is simplifying systems/layers in his new role. Chris D said he has his listened to people and one of the main things his changing is reducing 18 time recording systems to 1 system. Thats going to be one of his major... — read more
They expect your timely response.
This is a cracker, as it shows how bad DXC' reputation has become. If a well known client sees the risk of loosing key personell with his service provider and decides to take those on board, you can imagine how pi---d off they are. And this is a... — read more
Some close colleagues with whom I had the opportunity to talk about it, all are now significantly more paid than they were paid for the same job here. I was satisfied with pay for a while, but back then I had a lot less work to do. Now the amount of... — read more
Rated a 1 yet again with no raise. Where is there an incentive to stay? The 2 person management structure will ultimately ki-l this company. DXC is bursting with middle management eager to tell everyone how to do something but spends their days on... — read more
Someone please enlighten me, what is the point of surveys if we already know that almost none of us will tell the truth in these surveys?
Thanks DXC! You have finally removed my dilemmas whether to leave or stay! What is happening to me now is maybe even "better" than micromanaging! After being under heavy micromanagement, lately I have started to receive contradictory instructions... — read more
Notice how Sal looks like Jim Carey? His profile pick is from me, myself and steakcutter2. Maybe we are just in Jim/Sals latest comedy vehicle. The exec pay is hilarious. His comments on attrition comic genius. Cant wait for the reviews. — read more
I found it amusing that Mike Sal said that the 24% attrition in July isn't a problem. How can you maintain good consistent delivery when a quarter of your staff are jumping ship. He then said his OK to pay more to recruit new outside replacements... — read more
I never thought that one day I would actually want to get laid off from my job here, now I do. They want to get rid of people without giving them layoffs and they seem to have a lot of success in that, given that people are leaving en masse. I am... — read more