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Ethik reports don't do anything ... I raised one, no reply what so ever. So I left - I am sure the new Transformation Leader will solve my complaint by sending someone home soon. At least then no one else get's the pleassure of unethical bevaviour
I worked in the new orleans office for almost a year and its all smoke and mirrors there. large clients were backing out and were not pleased with DXC basically lying about the employees skill sets. mostly everyone i started with left within the first year. i wouldn't be surprised if in 3 months time, the New Orleans DTC is shut down.
New Mike (aka Sal) has a dream to join up DXC with a monolith like Accenture cos that's all he knows that exists as a bean counting organisation. Old Mike (aka the Palm Beach investor) will retire soon and be paid a handsome sum of your hard earned $$$$$$$$$$$$ as a farewell gift. Don't put up with this bollucks ... report the fraud to the Ethics Commitee.
MIKE's dream strategy is to become a big consulting firm (like Accenture). The dream come reality is going to be a body shopping firm, working along with sub-contractors.
Until that time MIKE sees the light of the day and moves out... of course with his millions !
Why would people join DXC for its past bad / soiled reputation and eagerness of many WFR (and also CSC since 2004) ?
DXC Sal has a lot to do to turn this titanic and tainted bad company around (if it is ever possible ).
"DXC must notch 600 hires and a $38.9 million payroll by March 31, 2020, under a deal that requires it to spend $133 million on 2,000 hires by 2025.
Next year's goal is within reach, the company said. "
"workers decide for themselves. If they want out then let them go." who ever said this is a stupid f–! Workers are not slaves, they can quit whenever they want
This is a good opportunity to move all of the jobs from NOLA to India, citing efficiency and productivity gains. Alas DXC management won't dream of such a novel idea as they would get a lot more bad publicity and penalties.
Sal - ignore what the media and markets say. Stand up the to politicians and let the workers decide for themselves. If they want out then let them go.
How many of the new 321 NOLA employees are billable? I suspect they will soon close this location or make it an add-on site to a “spinning” business unit.
They pushed the New Orleans site at my office a couple years ago (during active site layoffs, no less), but folk didn't take the bait. Folk likely would've moved if incentives were given—mostly new hires—, but not with implied threats.