DXC’s vision goes beyond delivering excellence for our customers. We are committed to delivering excellence for our communities too. We achieve this through our focus on social value – the positive impact we create for society through the work we do. Our UK Social Value Practice strives to contribute to a better world through impact-driven programmes – for people, for our planet, and to protect our supply chains.
DXC Armed Forces Hiring
At DXC, we lead with our values of doing the right thing and delivering excellence every day. We proactively seek and support armed forces leavers to join our team. Their talent and experience is invaluable to our commitment to deliver the mission critical IT services that move the world. Upholding the values of the Armed Forces Covenant is a key element of our commitment to our serving personnel. More information.
DXC Dandelion Programme
The DXC Dandelion Programme 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. We have employed 15 neurodiverse individuals across the UK in our first intake, with the intention to grow to 24 in the first year. More information.
DXC Dandelion Programme has been awarded a Silver award for Best Learning Programme that Supports and Promotes Diversity, Equity and Inclusion from the Brandon Hall Group.
Read the New Statesman article on the DXC Dandelion Programme.
DXC Digital Futures Academy
DXC and Manchester United Foundation have partnered to launch the DXC Digital Futures Academy, a four-year education programme for secondary-school students in the Greater Manchester area. The academy aims to support, inspire and empower young people, connecting them to opportunities and enhancing their career prospects in the technology sector. 50 students aged 12-13 years old have been selected for the programme, which includes teaching technology personal and professional development skills. More information.
Read the New Statesman article on the Digital Futures Academy.
DXC Early Careers Programme
We value talent at DXC and offer a structured 2-year Early Career Academic Programme, with development opportunities and training, to enable our people to jumpstart their careers. We focus on developing potential, and our programme is designed to broaden and deepen knowledge. More information.
DXC is a Disability Confident organisation in the UK and achieved a top score of 100 in the 2022 Disability Equality Index – More information.
We recognise the impact companies have on the environment we all live in. We are advancing the sustainability of our operations and IT services while helping our customers become more sustainable.
UK Net Zero Commitment
We are reducing the carbon footprint of our data centers, offices and other properties. We have committed to set near-term company-wide emissions reductions in line with the Science Based Targets initiative (SBTi) and have set a near-term target to reduce emissions 65% by FY30 against our FY19 baseline. We are committed to being Net Zero in the UK by 2050. Since FY19, we have reduced our direct greenhouse gas emissions by 50% globally. More information.
Government Digital Sustainability Alliance
DXC is a member of the Government Digital Sustainability Alliance circular economy working group. The Alliance exists to promote and progress knowledge and capabilities to deliver sustainable digital data and technology across the UK Government and their suppliers. The key focus areas of the circular economy working group are to improve awareness of circular economy, unblock areas that inhibit the procurement of circular devices and services, and enable technology projects that support the circular economy. More information.
Driving better insights for ESG decision makers
Every leader in business must become an environmental, social and governance (ESG) decision maker. Being successful at delivering improved ESG outcomes for business and society requires moving beyond traditional ESG reporting, which fails to give the targeted, dynamic picture that business leaders need.
How about getting some real ESG data in financial services?
A weakness in much environmental data is that it represents only an interpretation of performance, and can therefore be unreliable. A lack of transparency around the audit trail of data is also an issue. A trio of emerging technologies may overcome these limitations.