DXC runs a Social Impact Practice with a vision to improve societal outcomes, and increase diversity and inclusion through technology and innovation. The Practice focuses on developing and implementing initiatives that make a sustainable impact to our people, customers, partners and the wider community. Read more about DXC’s Social Impact Practice report here.
- DXC Dandelion Program: provides an environment that supports and celebrates the talents and skills of neurodiverse people — such as those with Autism, ADHD or Dyslexia — and helps them build valuable skills to pursue a career in information technology. The primary aim of the program is to create the right environment, with the right support structure, to ensure that neurodiverse individuals are able to build valuable information technology, life, and executive functioning skills, and to learn and grow as employees and in society.
- DXC First Nations Program: provides support to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples and their communities in achieving self-determination and proportional representation in all areas of our society. Our ‘Reflect’ Reconciliation Action Plan sets out DXC’s commitment to supporting First Nations peoples, communities and businesses in Australia.
- DXC Veterans Program: brings together a working group of DXC employees, including veterans, to collaborate with customers, partners and community organisations to provide increased recognition, engagement, support, training and career opportunities for veterans.
In addition to the DXC Social Impact Practice, DXC has a number of thriving Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) which are made up of DXC’s employees. DXC’s PRIDE Employee Resource Group enables the support, advancement, and safety of all who work for DXC, irrespective of their gender or sexual identity. Participants in this group include our people who identify within the LBGTQIA+ community, their allies and supporters. Additionally, the Women@DXC Employee Resource Group enables the support, advancement, and safety of women employees at DXC.