Guess what? Think after layoff me you can cut cost? No way! You will lost another client soon, your unfortunate event is coming soon. Unfortunately I am hired by one of DXC client with decision maker role and now I am deciding to CUT your expensive service. Unless your board of director layoff Mike, otherwise no talk!
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Previous post from OP translated into the Queen's English.
"I consider myself an important individual, too clever for the likes of you. So, if you don't agree with my opinion, then kindly go away."
Seriously, English may not be their first language, but even if that's the case, their attitude leaves a lot to be desired.
Alternatively, their English is fine, and they're just taking the proverbial.
OP here. Me important person and two smart to you understanding . You no likey what I say, then you go hike a take.
Who is this bum of a original poster ? Thank god we booted him out of dxc. Wondering which customer hired in a "decision making role" !
@jta+17jzOcry; maybe go back to school and learn to make better cup of tea or how to polish shoes whilst cleaning and serving your DXC management pals.
It is unfortunate that the top chooses the bottom, and not the other way around. That alone would have made a huge difference in terms of success for this company.
At Post ID: @ksd+17jzOcry theres been a little difference since Lawrie days, nothing massive though from a staff point of view..
Disappointing to see layers of expensive management added when theres no need for it, all we get is 10 town halls instead of 2, loads of blurb emails and additional admin monitoring tasks invented to justify their positions. Thought the idea was to de layer but seems to have gone in the opposite direction.
You would be thinking they would be working alot closer with the clients, and treating the staff fairly after a year of the turnaround plan, but theres no big wins so all efforts are focused internally creating another merry go round of lines of service, etc and the business is going downhill.
When will it change Mike? You need to get a decent finance person and sales marketing people, to drive the business forward, stop recruiting dead wood past sell by execs from Accenture who cannot add any value.
Things need to perk up by the next quarter otherwise the plan is pretty much dead as a business turnaround should be visible after 3 quarter's. A recession doesn't generally last longer than that.
Ex Accenture execs on high salaries get your act together to grow the business instead of raising lots of useless procedures, otherwise your in for the boot within the next 6 months.
No one is going to be threatened by your broken English.
“You think you big man? Me show you big man. Me think me tougher than you.”
That’s basically how I read this post.
"Think after layoff me you can cut cost? " Maybe go back to school and learn English
Agree with Ocry. wouldn't make any difference if they ousted Sal for another CEO - haven't seen much of difference when Lawrie was booted out. Still the same company - needs big changes from top to bottom, modernise and become flexible; get rid of dead wood and ineffectual management + yes men then we have a chance. Also invest in your boots on the ground and technical staff rather than WFR and moving work to cheaper cost centres.
DXC loosing 1 x WFR technical employee is a gain to DXC competitor / DXC client
Not uncommon. I know of a few folks who were laid off in the last round in the UK who have been hired by DXC Clients. I don't see them rushing to DXC with RFPs or requests for extra services. I know of at least one former Partner in DXC Consulting who's approached some of DXC's competitors with a couple of RFPs though, and I'm sure that will continue.
As for me, I've gone to a DXC competitor who's managing to grow significantly despite COVID, probably because they're snapping up the business that DXC is losing due to appalling customer server.