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17 days ago

Desktop Support Technician

Dell Rockville, MD

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8 days ago

Data Ctr Ops Analyst

Dell Rockville, MD

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12 days ago

Metrics and Reporting Analyst

Dell Rockville, MD

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17 days ago

Help Desk Specialist

Dell Rockville, MD

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6 days ago

Client FTS Sr Associate

Dell Largo, MD

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13 days ago

Cyber\Network Security & Threat Support Specialist

Dell Annapolis Junction, MD

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25 days ago

Network Engineer

Dell Annapolis Junction, MD

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    Dell acquires companies, loses focus

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    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Fairfax, VA
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in Fairfax, VA

    I worked at Dell full-time

    Pros

    Decent benefits package, but not competitive in the DC market. If you work at the headquarter office, there are many in-office perks, but if you don't work there, just expect to hear about it and how great it is, but you can't access it.

    Cons

    Dell seems to acquire companies and then demolishes them. They acquired Perot Systems in 2008 and dismantled the management and left it in disarray. Full time employees who happen to work on contracts for the government are treated like outside contractors -- no severance package, regardless of years of service, and while they like to pretend otherwise, absolutely no support for being repositioned in the company when Dell loses a contract with the government. It's sad how little they think of their employees. You really are just a number to them.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    When you acquire a company, have a game plan in mind. I think my division name/focus changed almost as many times as my division manager did. If you are serious about recompeting on a contract, assign a competent proposal team to manage it. Show employees who don't happen to work in your headquarter office that they have value. Offer them competitive benefits for the market they live in. Offer them comparable perks as well - i.e., gym memberships, cafeterias, weight watchers meetings, etc. If not, then lower the price of their health benefits so they don't have to absorb the cost of perks they can't use. Establish severance packages for ALL employees. We're not contract employees. We're dedicated, full-time employees who make you look good.

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