Analyst III (Former Employee) – Richardson TX – June 9, 2017
Culture varies between departments. Services focuses on employee development and invests heavily into training for each employee.The manufacturing operations however is a different story. This portion on the company pinches pennies and employees have to actively seek out their own training for any opportunity of advancement with little to no help from management. If you are going to work for Fujitsu Network Communications I would definitely advise seeking a position within Services
Sr. / Lead Test Engineer (Former Employee) – Pearl River, NY – February 24, 2017
Fujitsu is a nice place to work but they are culture conscious and family oriented. They have a happy culture and promote wellness at work among their workforce. They have a friendly atmosphere a and have mutual respect for people's lifestyle and world view.
They provide tuition reimbursemnt as one of their incentives.
The harder you try the better results you earn at this company
Business Development (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – February 12, 2017
In today’s marketplace, I have obtained demonstrable results by empowering decision makers with market information.
This individualized attention has yielding long-term relationships and client satisfaction. These cultivated dynamics and earned trust have enabled me to leverage new opportunities with existing clients in multi-regional territories.
Great manager who gave me 100 % support. I was able to use my router experience and apply it to the COX fiber ring network. This opportunity gave me exposure to the Alcatel-Lucent SAM and Granite platforms.
great co-workers but overly controlled by overseas parent company
Engineer (Former Employee) – NY – February 19, 2016
NY facility closing. Future of hardware business is questionable. Questionable value in doing its own manufacturing. Positive working environment; supportive middle management; attention to quality. Reaction time to business opportunities is hampered by bureaucratic processes of decision making.
Talented, motivated workforce; attention to quality; long view of business
Burdened with bureaucratic processes; slow; subsidiary of overly controlling overseas parent
FNC is a great place to work if you need somewhere with a good work/life balance.
Hours are flexible and if you need to leave to go to the doctor/dentist you don't have to use PTO to do it.
Speaking of PTO, we get a week off at Thanksgiving and two weeks off at Christmas! And you start off getting 3 weeks vacation on top of that!
Company wise, the culture is great, they are trying to be a more open-communications type of work place and I think they are getting there. I currently am in manufacturing and it seems like the company is moving away from that to a more services based company, but they are trying to keep the manufacturing side busy, just the orders aren't really coming in right now.
A solid company focused on customers and employees
PM (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – November 5, 2015
Provides employees security and has great benefits. Lots of opportunity to move around and learn wide range of job skills. Above average pay. Orgranizational silos, misalignment and lack of transparency creates conflict.
Security, Pay, Benefits, Nice Campus
Mistrust and Politics, Poor Financials, Insufficient Innovation