Questions and Answers about Fujitsu

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What is the work environment and culture like at Fujitsu?

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As the culture changed over the last few years, management made bad dicisions and held thier direct reports accountable without cause.

Answered - Project Management (Former Employee) - Richardson, TX

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Good Work Environment

Answered - Delivery Manager for BAS (Current Employee) - Pune

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Fast pace and exciting

Answered - Desktop Support Technician (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA

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Stressful but Upbeat

Answered - Global Strategic Alliance Manager (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA

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Training depends on budgets, last couple of years very minimal and very basic.

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Working at Fujitsu was great, the different divisions sometimes seemed to not work together but we would work it out in the end.

Answered - Retail Systems Engineer (Former Employee) - Sunnyvale, CA

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Business processes and enterprise tools very out of date or nonexistent.

Answered - Security and Compliance Analyst (Current Employee) - Dallas/Richardson TX

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Very hard working

Answered - Assist and perform A/P functions (Former Employee) - Santa Clara, CA

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Very chaotic and no one trains you. You learn by trial and error. Management doesn't care. You can do 1000 things right and do 1 thing wrong and you're judge on that 1 think

Answered - SR. PROJECT MANAGER (Current Employee) - Dallas, TX

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