Digital Content Project Manager (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – February 8, 2019
Friendly people, team collaboration and successful company. I was given a lot of responsibility to manage assets and take inititative from the get go. A typical work day involved editing copy, calling clients and carrying out projects deliverables.
Business Data Analyst (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX – January 14, 2019
I was given to learn mulitple software platforms and new skills. My manager stressed work/life balance. I had consistent and regular communication with my manager and my remote team. No surprises at year end review.
Senior Systems Engineer (Former Employee) – Sunnyvale, CA – January 4, 2019
Terrible bureaucracy weighed down Fujitsu, and it lost clients regularly. Few of the people I worked with 4 years ago are still there.
My boss, my supervisor, most of my fellow consultants are now all gone.
I was fired after performing emergency actions that were repeatedly determined to be permissible and authorized in the past. But as I had criticized persons and groups for their excessive bureaucracy and incompetence, my actions were determined to be unauthorized, leading to my dismissal.
Don't work there. Sinking and dysfunctional ship.
Pay is decent when hired, but you'll never get pay raises.
Those still there and in more functional roles are actually very high quality.
Technical Project Manager (Former Employee) – Mount Prospect, IL – November 26, 2018
Working with Fujitsu Japan was a big challenge due to language and cultural barriers. However, was working on a global O365 project for Mizkan client and staff there was delightful. Received great management support from Fujitsu director and would enjoy working with him again
worker (Former Employee) – Lisbon, ME – November 22, 2018
You are a worker, needing to make results, and improve on these results next month, Alot of opportunities for the people who do not mind working there for a couple of years, keeping that "team spirit" going.
Not the kind of job for someone who wants a free life, who wants to do your job, go home and not think about work.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – November 6, 2018
The company is interesting to work for. The problem I have is the division within. The company is broken up into branches then departments. A department can exist and then go away due to one oddly negotiated contract or another. Just pass through, don't get comfortable.
A company that always places people at the core of its vision and strategy. Using its very wide array of technology products and services to continually improve life experiences and connect people across the globe.
Order Manager Specialists (Current Employee) – Memphis, tn – October 24, 2018
Nice environment, competitive, good work flow, great training, great communication. The SOP are written for all process, helps understanding work duties easily. Quiet environment, the plant is very clean and cool.
Operator II Lead (Former Employee) – Gresham, OR – October 24, 2018
This company was losing 30 million dollars a month and then shut down without letting employees know that there was even any issues. just closed doors one day and then called meetings when the shift would have been to inform employees.
•Quality Assurance Dept: Secretarial duties for Quality Engineers •Order Administration Dept: Data Entry for all incoming telecom orders •Shipping/Receiving Dept: Data Entry for all incoming/outgoing telecom equipment •Planning Dept: Data Entry for various forecasting reports
Typical IT services provider. Most of the managers knew what they were doing and what that staff was doing and capable of - except ours. Not sure where they dug this person from, but definitely out of his league in our shop. The coworkers were great to work with, and did their best to work as a team - except for the one - every shop seems to have that one.
Decent coworkers. Pay ok.
jobs duties transferred offshore and back as business changes.