Been with the company for several years now. I have never worked for any employer so unable to manage its employees. There is no accountability for its associates on the floor. 80% of work is done by 20% of its employees and there is no thank you, raise, or "that a boy" for a good job. Only promote "yes" men. I've wasted to many years at Fuji Film. Its a shame!
Shipping Clerk (Former Employee) – Portland, OR – August 30, 2018
A very diverse workplace. The hardest part was not enough room for sorting products in bins. Packing for shipping was fun. I really liked the coworkers. My immediate Supervisor was great. Upper management didn't seem to respect the employees too much.
Associates get promoted to positions they should not be in. The “good ‘Ol boy” mentality is abundant! Certain associates are expected to perform multiple jobs where as some can do absolutely nothing for literally days with supervisors/managements knowledge.
Good experience for right out of college, hardly any internal advancement opportunities, don't stay too long if you get hired.
Chemist II (Former Employee) – Mesa, AZ – August 20, 2018
I was hired right out of college and I did learn a lot as a Chemist. My co-workers were nice and helpful, but the management was not the right fit. They micromanaged and looked over your shoulder (literally) at everything you did. I gained a lot of experience in the 6 years that I put in at Fujifilm, but I did not know any better and thought this is how real world jobs are supposed to be. After getting hired to my new workplace, I now know what was lacking in Fujifilm. The management would pick on one person and try to find anything they did wrong so they could write them up or fire them. They would write reviews and give you low scores if you used the pto that you were allotted. The stress was too much in that managers would time you if you were late coming back from lunch and write you up if you were a couple minutes late badging into the lab, which you are required to gown up for. You don't have any personal space (i.e. desk) to do your data entry or take required safety quizzes. I recommend to continue to look for new jobs if you accept a job from Fujifilm.
Benefits and 401k matching
Management, stress, no personal space to do your job.
Production control (Former Employee) – North Kansas City, MO – August 17, 2018
If you are a man and you don't mind sucking up then Fuji Film is the place for you. It is a place to start and them move on. But not a long time job by no means. The company that I started out with was a long time Job when Fuji bought us things went down hill fast .
Excellent place to work , everyone is a team player
Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Valhalla, NY – August 14, 2018
Reviewing new orders as they come in for approval, calling on past due accounts, working on disputes until resolved. Setting up new accounts and assigning Credit Limits. Placing of accounts with Collection Agencies. Working off of a aged trial balance.
Free BBQ'S Once a year, Two Fifteen minute breaks.
Credit Analyst (Former Employee) – Valhalla, NY – August 6, 2018
Good company to work for with flexible scheduling when it comes to appointments and personal commitments. Company offered onsite gym with yoga and fitness classes and possessed a strong commitment to overall health.
Printer Quality Control Technician (Former Employee) – Edison, NJ – August 6, 2018
Troubleshooting Xerox's DX100 printers and adapting EPSON software Checked maintenance counts Responded to error messages Added paper and cleared paper jams Updated firmware Filling out paper work for service calls Ordering parts through system inventory Verifying warranty for outside accounts Working on projects with other vendors and teams
Customer Care Manager (Current Employee) – Wayne, NJ – July 30, 2018
Everyday is different, definitely not boring. I work with customers, distributors, direct reps and internal employees daily. You have to be able to multitask in this position. My day consists of gathering, preparing and scheduling shipment of demo equipment. Processing of capital orders daily. Technical questions answered to help customer care team. Forecasting for requisition creation, convert to purchase order for domestic vendors and our Japan location. Work closely Directors of Sales. Hardest part of my job is getting my workload completed in 8 hours with continuous interruptions from all departments. Most enjoyable is that in our office we are professional and at the same time it like being around your family.
Not many opportunities to advance. Once you have reached a management level no other growth