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DXC Technology

  • > 100,000 employees

Culture at DXC Technology

8.1 rating for Culture, based on 17 reviews
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Clear organisation structure, coworkers are approachable and willing to help, have weekly networking drinking session every Friday
Company's got an amazing culture and people are so friendly and social. The Friday night drinks is a weekly routine where people get along with a pint of beer.
I enjoy working for CSC because of its great culture, CSC offers a number of activities that help enabling friendly and supportive working environment, which include social club, Friday night drinks, RLC lunch and other social events.
During office hours, it's very process driven and there exist opportunities to learn.
Culture is evolving as we acquire companies. It is a great place to work, especially for grads as everyone is super friendly and helpful. Fridays could be a little more social though...
The structure is quite horizontal, there is no feeling that anyone is better than anyone else. There is a lot of cooperation and teamwork, and the workplace is generally very friendly and open. The out of work social aspect is not as strong, there is not a massive social scene, but this is being worked on, and the social scene that exists is very open and welcoming.
A more mature culture due to the majority of colleagues being over 40, however there are heaps of social activities you can be involved in.
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.
Matrix organisation, so you will be able to interact with employees at differing levels. This allows for excellent exposure for staff. Not much socializing outside of work hours. Not that great for young staff
Very warm atmosphere among colleagues
older culture slow to move
Structured coherently, sociable