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DXC Technology Reviews
Reviews by DXC Technology graduate employees
- starstarstarstarstar4.4GradAustralia surveyed 17 graduates working at DXC Technology. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate. 17 responses.
- The opportunity to get involved in real projects from DAY 1.
- Having the best people in the industry working along you to guide your path.
- CSC really values young professional's career development, they offer a broad range of training courses and mentoring program to support both personal and professional development of graduates.
- Work culture and approachable colleagues.
- The opportunities and diversity of work available - always feels like a new job
- The commute
- Can be bureaucratic at times.
- Big corporation slow work flow but unavoidable.
- Long hours when working on major and critical projects
- The travel! I live far from the office location, on the bright side we get to work from home.
What insiders say about…
Responsible for creation and maintenance of the Issue Register. Assisted with Business Process Mapping and Capability Assessment. Created Future ERP Comparison and assisted with recommendation for the client. Provided research findings on future trends in the marketplace
Very warm atmosphere among colleagues
Its very thorough.
Question related to academics, SAP, Information System, IT Strategy and Process Optimization
Focus on the aptitude and academics, project the best field of interest.
Quite flexible, hours worked can fit around tasks assigned
The salary is generous in my opinion. Bonuses are rewarded to sales teams based on performance, which seems reasonable.
Free AFL tickets, relationships to clients to get offers to their services.
Regular mentoring sessions, and meetings to develop career progression strategy. Always open to talk.
The formal training has been mixed. The face to face training has been good, but the online training has been ordinary. The on the job learning has been good, and it has allowed me to learn managerial skills, as well as general business analysis.
If you perform past your KPIs then you will be able to be considered for promotion
It seems to be a diverse company to me. The company has ethnic diversity, although it could be greater, and it has a strong program for women in leadership. I have not seen any examples in the workplace of any discrimination.Join us to bookmark!
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