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April layoffs

Who's getting laid off this month?

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@6jth+1a9Slx5U said "Also when do year end review's start? It's already past the Fiscal Year end and I for one have not been reviewed yet"

The review process has been going on for some time, it's with leadership at the moment for final calibration/approval as I understand it.

The actual meetings with employees to discuss the ranking etc. start on Monday 12th April and run, I believe, for four week.

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Post ID: @7xll+1a9Slx5U

If you want to get riff'ed then quit already your making it hard for us that want to do a good job

Me I want to help the client but have been moved to a role that doesn't really help me or the client. And I don't trust any manager within DXC to see if I can be moved.

Sorry state of affairs, at age 58 it's rough to be taken seriously

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Post ID: @6pmi+1a9Slx5U

No one laid off as far as I know, anyone know any different?

Also when do year end review's start? It's already past the Fiscal Year end and I for one have not been reviewed yet

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Post ID: @6jth+1a9Slx5U

Why would anyone care, The Employment Survey is FAKE news. what BULL. No one I talk to believes this.

Recognition

I feel satisfied with the recognition or praise I receive for my work

  • Decision MakingOverall

, I am satisfied with how decisions are made at DXC. —LOL–

Continuous Improvement
DXC continually improves the way work gets done.

Career Goals

My career goals can be met at DXC (No play rasies. the SEC filings show the directors are getting huge stock options for ZERO cost and we got nothing

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Post ID: @5iyl+1a9Slx5U

"I'm in AMS region and I asked my boss if i can raise my hand to get picked for WFR. He said no, that's not an option. ''

the reason there is no voluntary WFR in ANZ is simple. If it was there would be a huge rush to the door and DXC would lose their power to control who goes and when. Don't forget there are many many people onshore in ANZ that have been there for 10+ years and are waiting for a WFR. It would not be a good look if a voluntary process was seen to be massively oversubscribed!

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Post ID: @4ywo+1a9Slx5U

I'm in AMS region and I asked my boss if i can raise my hand to get picked for WFR. He said no, that's not an option. But why?? legit question. It would seem reasonable if someone really wants it, he or she is ready, and there's just a matter of time before it comes in for reals, they should give it to them. There's probably some unknown reason at least for me.

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Post ID: @4sck+1a9Slx5U

I too can’t seem to get fired. I am quite adept at doing nothing, and it is rather interesting, almost humorous, to constantly see the “hard workers” being shown the exit door. But I’m not stupid... I learned long ago that hard work only gets you more hard work, and eventually laid off so someone else can do l that hard work for less. So I do nothing. Management does not know how to react to this.. partially because they take sadistic pleasure in firing those who need the job. Just do nothing and act like you couldn’t care less. This will guarantee steady employment, a consistent paycheck, and zero stress.

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Post ID: @1wjz+1a9Slx5U

@1dzs+1a9Slx5U would make sense in the US, but not in Europe. In Europe, you can receive up to 8-10 months in severance. It literally pays off to slack at this company.

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Post ID: @1qsd+1a9Slx5U

"I am trying as hard as I can to get the axe," then quit we dont want you

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Post ID: @1dzs+1a9Slx5U

I am trying as hard as I can to get the axe, but they just won't just fire me! The management is very spiteful.

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Post ID: @xde+1a9Slx5U

Since April is usually THE month for layoffs, if I'm not mistaken.

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