Thread regarding DXC Technology layoffs

Having DXC in resume

“Working at DXC is the epitome of self-torture. You have to be grossly incompetent AND have zero self esteem to settle for employment here.
And what’s worse is listing DXC on your resume if you ever wake up and want to try for a real job. “

You nailed it, @1gxp+17p60L7Z. The best advice is to get out of here as soon as possible. I wonder how much other employers in the sector value anyone’s experience in this company at all?

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Post ID: @OP+17rrGvAX

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What makes me laugh are the "automated systems". Twice now I've seen DXC sell automated analysis to clients, where the automated system is actually a team of graduates in India working with a batch of Excel spreadsheets. The client very quickly realises that the automated system is just so much BS. Like the rest of DXC.

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Post ID: @fneu+17rrGvAX

Once the job market rebounds, DXC will see a real exodus of the good people. Salvino will still be doing the 'Comical Ali' routine of "nothing to see here, everything is awesome... oh by the way I've brought in another amazing Accenture exec".

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Post ID: @fype+17rrGvAX

I think they should change the name every few years to remove the bad reputation it has, how bad it treats the staff.

Like changing your password regularly maybe AXE or Exe would would be more appropriate.

AXE would be what it's good at.

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EXE means it's only for the executives to milk the company dry, the staff can have 0%.

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Post ID: @cxxp+17rrGvAX

Unless it’s in the same industry, or a customer close to the work, no one knows of DXC. HP still holds brand value globally. . CSC too except in a very small segment of the market.

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Post ID: @cwlb+17rrGvAX

A lot of companies know nothing about DXC. Unless you've been at DXC or are one of their customers DXC isn't even on the radar. This may or may not hold true in India where DXC was the place you went to learn and immediately moved on to a better job within a year.

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Post ID: @4azw+17rrGvAX

You do bring the knowledge about how not to do things.

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Post ID: @4xyz+17rrGvAX

Some dumb a– comments on here including from 3jmt+17rrGvAX. Not sure what job you have that can be done in 30 mins but you are clearly a sign that they still have some deadwood to remove.

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Post ID: @3wex+17rrGvAX

You keep dxc on your resume but just lie about what you actually did. Don’t tell them you were given 40 hours to complete something you could do in 30 mins because management was so clueless.

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Post ID: @3jmt+17rrGvAX

Yes they need to leave the Corporate Executive staff are nothing but blood s—ing pieces of sh–. The CEO and his so call security at the very top Are stupid as hell and need there a– kicked.

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Post ID: @2wmo+17rrGvAX

“Yes leave DXC off your resume and explain 5, 7, 10 ,15+ years of nothing. “

Exactly. I would much rather explain “nothing” than list DXC as my previous employer.

Real employers will take a chance on someone with a 15 year void on their resume rather than some dullard who could do no better than wallow in the sludge known as DXC.

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Post ID: @1msj+17rrGvAX

DXC means in IT industry low life wasters. India and UK employees especially.

Good luck trying to get a job.

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Post ID: @1cag+17rrGvAX

Yes leave DXC off your resume and explain 5, 7, 10 ,15+ years of nothing. Who in there right mind would follow such advice. :(

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Post ID: @1szl+17rrGvAX

I left voluntary and having DXC on my CV wasn’t a problem at all. In the right network and circles your experience and pedigree means more than the name of the company. Some of the largest brands I have worked for have been the worst for most things. DXC did me a favour by furnishing me with lots of redundancy cash and I got a new job paying much much more. Some great people are left in there but very few , the good ones took the money and ran

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Post ID: @1sod+17rrGvAX

Including DXC on your resume is like including a bankruptcy, a divorce, an infamous crime against nature, or any other type of negative activity. None of these, including work history at DXC, belong on a resume.

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