Computacenter grew sales by 10.7 per cent in 2010 to £2.68bn and managed to increase adjusted profits by 21.8 per cent to £66.1m. Earnings per share are up 19.1 per cent to 33 pence. Mike Norris, chief executive at Computacenter, said the last two years had shown the company identifying and moving into more profitable markets. …
And how do they do that?
By paying their staff absolute peanuts and treating them like crap. I worked for them recently and still have many colleagues who do are they are one of the worst companies any of us have ever worked for. They will win contracts though as they can bid for them cheaply, but if you want staff who enjoy doing the work and will make an effort to get the job done correctly don't use them as they have no motivation or job satisfaction!
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