Thread regarding DXC Technology layoffs

When will our pay be adjusted for inflation?

The inflation is high, we probably lost about 20% of our pay over last three years of inflation.

Dear managers and executives who are reading this board: When will our pay be adjusted for inflation?

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Unfortunately if you at lower - middle part within the company - never; lucky to see a 1% rise and simply reward DXC back by doing bear minimum.

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Post ID: @5odc+1gBFvD9E

Pay rise. Good luck with this. The top brass feather their nests and do not consider those actually making the money.

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Post ID: @4sij+1gBFvD9E

When will our pay be adjusted for inflation? When He-l freezes over !

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Post ID: @4het+1gBFvD9E

It's because the VP manager for HR us trying to work out the right % raise is only paid $5 million.

She's not paid enough to make complex pay raise percentages on that wage.

Probably need to hire another VP and a whole team of managers to work out the pay raise rate. Its so complex that it can never be done on time.

Once them extra layers are added there will be only enough for a 5% raise ie half of inflation.

So wait for the announcement of the VP appointment.

Or maybe it's just simpler to work out a % based around inflation, wonder why you need a rocket scientist for a annual recurring event. Surely something that can be automated.

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Post ID: @3ufh+1gBFvD9E

Yes how can a company not a budget for this fiscal year for raises and have that information passed down to directors of the different area's? At review time we should be given a rating and a $$$ amount.

Having only 3 ratings on scale, the lowest one means you are fired or put on a 60 day probationary period.

The next rating means your doing everything you can and is basically meaning nothing because everyone should be doing it that is not on the lower one.

The highest rating means you have a VERY poor manager because he doesn't know what to except of his employee or that the goals are so easy to obtain.

#ISEEDXC #MikeSSucks

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Post ID: @3zjp+1gBFvD9E

I am a low level manager at DXC. Last year I was given a small sum of money for raises, this amounted to less that 2% for my team, i.e. less than inflation so a real terms paycut.

I am hopeful there will be a pot of money for raises this year, but I doubt it will be anywhere near the size it needs to be to keep pace with inflation. Employees aren't stupid, if there pay doesn't keep up with inflation they understand what that means and will react, most likely through not working as hard.

No information has been provided to me as to whether payrises will be funded and if they are, when the money will be available and how much it will be.

It seems absolutely crazy to me that this information was not available to me and wasn't part of the annual performance review process that is happening right now. Surely that is the time and place to discuss salary increases. Another failure to be nailed to the door of our glorious leaders.

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Post ID: @1wyo+1gBFvD9E

Don't even think about it - it will only p*ss you off until you leave

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Post ID: @nve+1gBFvD9E

When he-l freezes over, it will NEVER be adjusted. Please stop asking, it won't happen in your life time. You want a 6%, 8%, 10%, 15% or more increase you need to change jobs. You might get an increase like that, but then you will have to produce. Here at DXC you don't get an increase but you don't have to do much either.

Management doesn't have a clue what we do, so your either have so much to do you can't stop to p-e or you have nothing at all for weeks

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