The best measure of how good or bad a company is in my opinion is how many employees it manages to hold onto outside of retirement. You can judge by levels of attrition how well it treats its employees. Now tell me, what does it say about DXC when it’s seeing huge levels of attrition in the middle of a freaking pandemic???
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Read the GRI report dxc published for year to November 2020....
Voluntary attrition rate of 19.2% globally.
You'd ditch your job when nobody is hiring, by choice at that kind of rate?
That's like a fox chewing it's own leg off when caught in a trap and is about as damning self evidence as it comes that dxc employees have had enough.
Not only that management still has optimization goals to continue getting rid of U.S. based employees. I cannot imagine ever working for a company that says one thing and does the opposite more than DXC. The new leadership promised they were going to be focusing on employees but now that we have a chance for merit increases everyone's rating has mysteriously dropped to lower levels so they don't have to reward the employees.
DXC continues to achieve significant levels of attrition despite a pandemic. That tells you all you need to know about the management of the company.
We all know DXC doesn't treat its employees well. Bad doesn't do it justice...
It's no longer the middle of a freaking pandemic. At least not in the US