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Anonymous shared this review of Computer Sciences Corporation on Sep 19th, 2018
"Women are paid less than their male counterparts typically, unless you push and know what you are worth when you are hired on. Getting more after that is extremely difficult, even if promoted they do not want to give you the increased salary to go with it."
Anonymous shared this review of Computer Sciences Corporation on May 22nd, 2018
"Great company with good benefits and opportunity in career path."
Anonymous shared this review of Computer Sciences Corporation on Oct 4th, 2017
"Flexible in terms of work from home, accommodating with hours"
Anonymous shared this review of Computer Sciences Corporation on Aug 9th, 2017
"If you work remote, I found that my boss was very flexible. "
Anonymous shared this review of Computer Sciences Corporation on Jan 5th, 2017
"Speak up and ask for what you want. Make yourself heard. "
Anonymous shared this review of Computer Sciences Corporation on Aug 25th, 2016
"nine company to work.Good work life balance."
"I've worked here for 8 yrs and women do not have the same opportunities as men."
"I have worked here for two years it is a nice company to work for they treat their employees fairly. The women have just as much a chance for advancement as the men. They are treated equally."
"Make promises that are never kept. Promised management never got. Decent pay is what kept me there till accident. I have been on leave a couple times. 1st time I was threatened that I would loose my job if I didn't return. 2nd time I was laid off due to there was no way I could come back and they did not want to fire me. What ever you do make sure you get the disability payments thank GOD I had that."
"I see a good mix of men and women in all types of roles, which is impressive since this is IT. I know that maternity leave is non-existent, and the company doesn't give regular raises or bonuses is most cases, so there are definitely reasons to consider a company with better long-term benefits in that way. The health plan selections are actually pretty good, you can choose from 4 providers and 5 or so tiers of coverage, depending on your budget and/or needs. I have experienced only minor sexism, in the form of condescension and maybe unwanted flirting, but never from management. Most of my coworkers consider this job a paycheck until a better offer comes along, since the company doesn't seem to care much about talent retention."
"The gender representation has shifted significantly during my tenure. When I first joined, leadership was very male-dominated. However, in the past few years, our company has experienced a significant transformation and females are now well-represented in both senior and mid-level leadership roles. Women are respected for their contributions and capabilities in the same manner as their male counterparts."