Desktop Support Engineer (Former Employee) – Orangeburg, SC – January 27, 2017
I advise any technician who is looking to grow with a company to NOT work for Fujitsu America. They make the work environment difficult, they provide no bonuses or pay raises for hard work, and I believe they practice unlawful practices when it comes to overtime.
I really enjoyed the people I worked with and the people I worked for while at Fujitsu. this is all I would like to say about Fujitsu at this time so I am just filling in stuff to meet the minimum character count requirement.
ORDER MANAGEMENT ANALYST (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – November 27, 2016
Fujitsu is a great place to work. Work/Life balance is fair and lots of perks! On-site gym and cafeteria. The campus is beautiful. Programs in place for transparent communication for all levels of management.
Free events, Long Thanksgiving and Christmas breaks
Retail Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – November 4, 2016
Worked from home , I would check emai around 7:30 am for any new updates, contact my Sales Execs that I supported. Contact any customer that may have problems or questions. I would check with the guys on my team to see if I could be of any help to them.
The hardest part of my job, was sometimes I would have to tell the customer No, I all ways wanted to give them what it was they asked for.
The most enjoyable part of my jobs was meeting the customer needs
Technical & End User Support, Team Lead/SME (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – October 18, 2016
worked there for 5+ years : very little communication with management, they ask for feed back on task/calls but ignore all emails/ face to face talks, only way you get paid more is by taking more calls, very small to no advancement. management knowledge is questionable, most agents have more knowledge than management. there is a buddy system going on with management they will never mark each other absent or question each other on anything, they rather have the agents take the fault.
Productive and happy work place and people at fujitsi
Maintenance Electrician (Current Employee) – Laguna, CA – September 22, 2016
there is sometimes we are all Overtime at work for some problems,i have a lot of improvement of my skills in electrical and in autocad, the management are very hospitable at all times and also my co workers, the hardest part of my job are we are renovation of a bldg. that no power , no activity and yet we are so proud that fujitsu plant 2 are already in use, we are work with team work at all times
Oracle Database/Ecommerce Application Admin (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – August 17, 2016
I liked working on challenging projects in Fujitsu and was very much involved in troubleshooting aspects. Implementing a project from the scratch is something i liked in Fujitsu as i was involved from the ground-up interacting with different teams.
Good learning place to be in but no balance between personal and professional life
Lead Business Analyst, Salesforce, NY (Current Employee) – New York, NY – August 6, 2016
Good learning place to be in but no balance between personal and professional life. Management is good but sets up very high targets and project estimates are very aggressive which imbalances the personal and professional life.
Good to learn, Free certifications and trainings.
High expectations and tight estimations which imbalances lives.
Project Lead (Former Employee) – California – August 5, 2016
A typical Japanese company, will make you slog like anything. No job security, as long as you are on a project you are good but if you don't find something within 2-3 weeks you might be out. Works mostly on body shopping mode in US.
Compensation might be good but if you have your job
Too many...no work life balance, frequent layoffs, bad managers...