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DXC Technology

4.4
  • > 100,000 employees

DXC Technology Reviews

GradAustralia surveyed 17 graduates working at DXC Technology. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
4.4
Based on 17 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • 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.
  • DXC 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 workflow 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

7.3
Career Prospects
7.3
Career Prospects
I don't really have any experience in this, but it seems reasonable.
8.3
Corporate Social Responsibility
8.3
Corporate Social Responsibility
We do charities. I have personally been involved in and volunteered at, on behalf of the company, a charity event called Half The Sky to raise money for orphans in China.
8.1
Culture
8.1
Culture
The culture is good - people are very open and helpful which creates a very nice environment. The managers are always open and supportive, regardless of their position. The culture outside of office hours is also great with lots of events - Friday night drinks, Social Club events, Footy Day morning tea etc.
9
Diversity
9
Diversity
Very diverse - there are lots of different support groups and groups in general that you can be part of
8.7
Satisfaction
8.7
Satisfaction
The day to day responsibilities keeps changing as an Associate Consultant depending on what project you are working on. And that's what keeps this job so rewarding and interesting! My current role involves helping set up a new division, while my last project was based on project management work - so very different and it allows me to gain experiences and skills in various areas.
8.5
Management
8.5
Management
Managers are always open to discuss things with you and they are very good mentors that support all the graduates. The feedback/praise and recognition that we receive is incredible and very valuable
8.1
Office Work Environment
8.1
Office Work Environment
The office space is open plan, and is well set up. The location is quite good, close to the Melbourne CBD but not in it. The dress code is usually business casual unless you are meeting a client. And there is a casual Friday.
8.2
Recruitment
8.2
Recruitment
Two assessments, one on personality and one on analytical and logical ability. One interview lasted for around 45 minutes.
8.3
Salary
8.3
Salary
The salary is generous in my opinion. Bonuses are rewarded to sales teams based on performance, which seems reasonable.
7.6
Training
7.6
Training
The formal training has been mixed. The face to face training has been good, but 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.
8.6
Work Hours
8.6
Work Hours
I usually work around 7.5-8 hour per day (excluding lunch) but this fluctuates based on how busy a bid is. The company is very flexible, you just need to ensure that you meet your responsibilities and the contracted hours per week.
7.3
Sustainability
7.3
Sustainability
I don't have great experience in this area, but there is a strong push to reduce the amount of printing that we do.