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24 days ago

Senior LifeComm Programmer Analyst Minneapolis MN or Remote

Computer Sciences Corporation Minneapolis, MN

• 5+ years of LIFECOMM, technical ALC (Assembler Language Coding), COBOL, CICS, TSO, JCL. • Experience designing, coding, testing and debugging… Computer Sciences Corporation


24 days ago

Senior PolicyLink Programmer Analyst Minneapolis MN or Remote

Computer Sciences Corporation Minneapolis, MN

• 5+ years PolicyLink, microfocus cobol and unix/lunix experience • Experience designing, coding, testing and debugging. • Knowledge on Policy… Computer Sciences Corporation


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Computer Sciences Corp President & CEO Mike Lawrie
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    Horrible company to work for, riddled with clueless middle management. Only accept a job here if you are still looking.

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    Former Employee - Senior Technical Consultant in Bloomington, MN
    Former Employee - Senior Technical Consultant in Bloomington, MN

    I worked at Computer Sciences Corp full-time (More than 10 years)

    Doesn't Recommend
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    Doesn't Recommend
    Negative Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO

    Pros

    Flexibility with your schedule - because nobody is paying attention to what you really do. You have the freedom to set your own schedule nearly, by the time your manager knows your name, you'll get a new manager. You don't have to worry about calculating your pay raises, because there aren't any, even if you get excellent appraisals as i did each year I worked there.

    Cons

    After several years of working for the company my "Area Manager" contacts me and wants to know why I have not yet went to the site I had been supporting for years and follows it up with "Have you done your new employee training?" I told him several times over the next year that I had been an employee for several years, only to repeat myself to him each month. This happened with several "managers" over the years. Unbelievable. Seriously zero idea of WHO I am or WHAT I do, but they are supposed to manage me? All to be repeated by the next manager.

    Advice to Management

    My advice to management is to keep your resume polished up - you'll be looking for a new job soon. CSC has went downhill since 2009 - I've been with them for 12+ years and seen the decline of quality of service - so much so that I was embarrassed to call myself a CSC employee for the last few years I worked for them. CSC will be sold and I hope it gets better for the people still with them.


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