Installation Engineer (Current Employee), ENG – December 1, 2013
Pros: meet new people
Cons: long unscheduled hours, poor pay, no employee respect
A typical day at work starts with stocking the vans up with product prior to installing. Then we are provided with a route to follow throughout the day, sometimes with large travelling times which are unpaid as you get paid per install of products. The amount of jobs given are uncertain and can get overloaded with work. payroll struggle to pay correct – more... amounts and take long time to amend wages. company have little respect and care for employees. – less
Was working as support engineer (Current Employee), Cairo – November 13, 2013
Pros: free drinks
My objective is to find a new challenge in respected organization Where I can use my high skills commensurate with years of experience, My experiences includes leading a team to build, support and maintenance of computer networks and security camera . Install and fix operating systems on server, desktop, laptop , Laser and line Printers and manage the – more... customer service, commensurate with the policy of the Organization. I experienced different hardware and software platform during my years of experience. This created a strong knowledge base of legacy and new technologies – less
P.A. to Director of Customer Services (Former Employee), Staines – October 10, 2013
Pros: working with different levels of management
Cons: to many types of reporting.
I worked for Fujitsu for 21 years. During this time I had many roles, all were Customer Service Based. In the last 4 years I worked as a P.A. to the Customer Service Director, which involved lots of administrative work. A typical day was mail management, diary organisation, room booking, arranging travel for the Director and his management team. It – more... was a varied role which I thoroughly enjoyed.
There were 4 P.A.'s in the same office and we all covered for each other and if a situation arose that you were unsure of there was always someone around to assist.
The hardest part was getting all of the management team together as they came for all parts of the Uk.
During this time I learnt how to put reports together, talk to people on all levels and how to build relationships quickly. – less
Change Co-ordinator (Current Employee), Southend – July 28, 2013
Pros: i work around school hours, and also am able to work from home.
A typical day at work would start with monitoring the team mailbox and distrubuting emails to relevant team members and dealing with queries. Answering telephone customer queries, uploading new business into REMIT (in house CITRIX database), creating and distribution of reports, booking meeting rooms, updating intranet with relevant material and all – more... other general office duties. The hardest part of the job would be when we have high volumes of new business. The team I work with make the job a pleasure and we all support one another. – less
The Fujitsu Consulting is a good company for training and learning but they don't have good marketing process.
Business Analyst/Team Leader (Current Employee), Edmonton, AB – July 25, 2013
Pros: geting more training and experience.
Cons: too much pressure unnecessary means micro management problems.
Typical day is like to see where are we standing with the project. Its current issues or progress etc. Look the day's priority and any deliverable date is coming soon etc. Sometimes help management with change work schedules and supporting shortage of employees. Helping coworkers if time permits.The hardest part is to stay with the deadlines.
Transport / Logistics / Facilities Coordinator (Current Employee), West Thurrock, ENG – July 9, 2013
Pros: free tea & coffee
Cons: can be a bit too quiet
My role of the Logistics / Facilities coordinator is a fairly varied role and my working day can be challenging at times. On a normal working I have to deal with many different people either by telephone, email or face to face Since working at Fujitsu I have gained many skills, this includes gaining a CIEH Level 3 in Health & Safety qualification and – more... a First Aid qualification. Management at Fujitsu is laid back and can be a bit frustrating at times Co-workers change shift every four days so it can be a bit difficult at times knowing which shift you will be dealing with from one week to the next The hardest part of my role is dealing with a lot of down time, because of the nature of the business it is more of a reactive role and at times can be quiet. An enjoyable part of my role is the fact that it is not job that I am stuck at a desk in front of a PC all day and that I have some freedom to stretch my legs by walking the building and doing spot checks – less
telecommunications Technician (Former Employee), Birmingham, ENG – July 3, 2013
Given the day’s work in the morning I would have to pre plan my route meeting the allocated time slots and pre calling customers to confirm installs. I had to ensure my work van is fully serviceable, clean and maintained with all various paper work filled out on a weekly basis, as well as the correct stock levels for the day’s work that had to be completed.
Disgraceful attitude towards staff by team leaders
Admin (Former Employee), Bracknell – April 27, 2013
Pros: still thinking
Cons: no respect towards staff. no real benefits to boast about.
Work was made utterly depressing by the terrible and lazy attitude shown by the team leaders towards their staff. Emphasis was placed on obsessively monitoring their performance rather than attempting to assist their work needs or instill any form of happiness/motivation into their day. This resulted in a gradual decrease in staff and a vicious circle – more... of pressure being heaped on the unfortunate remaining individuals as the departed were never replaced. – less