Programmer Analysts at Computer Sciences Corp give their company a 3.4 out of 5.0, while the average rating for Computer Sciences Corp is 3.9, making them 14% less happy than every other employee at Computer Sciences Corp and 14% less happy than every other Programmer Analyst on CareerBliss - the happiest Programmer Analysts work for Winston & Strawn.
"It was good, a nice place to work. Though the company policies weren't so good in many aspects and hike structure was totally flawed."
"CSC is in the process of reducing its workforce, especially in the P&C division."
"Too much politics within farmers insurance (who I essentially work for via CSC). Business and IT managers have outdated technology knowledge and are afraid to explore new technology. Company has a very bloated and slow middle management tier."
"I've worked at CSC for over 10 years. Like any large company, it has great managers and not-so-great ones, which earns widely different employee reviews. But overall, it strives to be ethical, fair and keep up its reputation. At times it concentrates more on containing costs than expanding its business. Examples are across-the-board pay cuts, forced vacation and health care plans that meet industry standards rather than reward excellent employees."
"Undercompensated, undersupported, but interesting work."
"Good people to work with."
"A great place to work for if you don't mind being stuck."
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