Account Executive (Current Employee) – Melville, NY – April 22, 2016
Working at Canon USA is working for a Japanese company. The culture is evident and it is difficult to navigate. 80% of the work is done by 20% of the employees. If you work hard and do good, your reward is more work. If you do nothing and make mistakes, you will just be given less responsibility but these people remain at the company.
I have had friends ask for referrals and I pushed them in the opposite direction.
Not a very progressive corporate culture for a company with technology at its core.
Inventory control needs attention . Who loses 500 copiers. Very unorganized , poor management skills ans poor training Employees I worked with were very unprofessional WHSE black dust front ink Employees complained often
Customer Service Rep. (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – March 16, 2016
Been slow lately because of layoffs where I'm at now I love working here but I don't want to wait for them to tell me my service are not needed. Company has and is a great experience for me and I have learned so much with my manager and previous mgmt. I like to be kept busy so the day goes faster and I want a job I enjoy getting up and go to it and let it be a challeng for me. I love learning new things to help me to advance myself to become a better worker. I'm a team player and I like working with people not against them.
Technical Support Representative (Former Employee) – Chesapeake, VA – February 18, 2016
This is a great place to work if in need of a job. Good schedules to choose from, great benefits, laid back culture. The customers called in for "technical assistance". Most were nice. Company goals are very attainable.
My only complaint is lack of advancement opportunities which is common with call centers & starting pay is a little low.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Melville – February 12, 2016
Multi-cultural company with much learning opportunities and room for advancement. There is a great variety of groups and fields to work in. It is a large company located in NY state and provides the possibility to relocate to other areas within the Canon family.
Safety Environmental (Former Employee) – Newport News, VA – February 5, 2016
I had to make sure all hazardous waste was handled in the correct manner .Safety first is a must it could be life and death .I love my managers there are genuine people who will tell you when your wrong and stand up for you .My co-workers were nice for the most part, I care about them all .There was nothing hare about my job and enjoyed it most of the time.I enjoyed everything about Canon .
Account Relations Rep II (Current Employee) – Irving, TX – January 26, 2016
A typical day included confirmation of prior pending sales. Approval of pending credit claims and marketing program claims. Review of specialty area items. Verify emails regarding orders. Correcting or verifying status of order. Respond to dealer, sales or management inquiries. Work on processing returns and documenting conditions and response for approval or denial. Forecasting current sales with potential for meeting designated goals. Submitting trending reports. Completing presentations. Participating in team meetings.
Excellent benefits, team enviornment, cross training, resources for obtaining, improving or enhancing existing skills.
Web Specialist (Former Employee) – Melville, NY – January 19, 2016
Great place to get my foot in the door. Fellow employees were a joy to work with. Learning to create a website for a major company was challenging however working in a such a large group made it better and enhanced the experience.
Stay away from this 3rd tier company, unless you NEED a job.
mail clerk (Current Employee) – Philadelphia, PA – December 15, 2015
Do not apply unless you "NEED" a job. There is no room for advancement. They do not pay well. Their vacation is horrible. Management does not communicate with employees. The benefits are not good either stay away from this company.
Short breaks, no room to advance, management does not communicate, vacation time is the worst, and last but not least, the payrate.