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.
This place is HOE. High turnover in upper management. Poor communications and direction. Zero support when you need it and thrown under the bus when management needs an escape. My recommendation is to stay away as far as you can if you have a choice.
Security Director/Manager more focused on the business side than personnel. We are unable to take time off due to skeleton crew and I have maxed out my PTO balance however, mgr takes his 2 weeks every 3-4 months. Comes back and responds to emails without digging in to issues, which have been resolved. Makes the team look bad in the process.
I entered Fujitsu in Durham, NC as part of a data center acquisition. It was immediately apparent that the focus was short term profits. If an employee left, the work was shifted to other, already overloaded, employees. Internal leaders were pushed aside in lieu of local leaders who knew the client(s) being supported. During the time I was there, there was close to a 33% reduction of staff (virtually all were people that quit) Since then, the primary client did not renew the contract.
Support Technician (Former Employee) – Richardson, TX 75082 – September 21, 2018
I started working at Fujitsu under a temp job. I started out working the graveyard shift where we were doing a new install at all Marshall's for an overhaul of their Point of Sale systems. The job was easy, just wait for the tech to call, assist them with verifying they were at the location, and then just wait for them to call back. This was during the night so there were long hours waiting in between them calling back so we were allowed to watch Netflix and such so it wasn't bad at all in my opinion. I was then asked to come on to their next project which was calling stores to prepare them for the holiday season with a checklist, if the product was acting up we'd do active troubleshooting, but if everything was good then we would end the call and mark down if something needed to be replaced, or everything was in well order etc. The only problem with the daytime job was the commute. I was travelling from South Fort Worth to Richardson and kept getting stuck in traffic making me late on a few occasions. I gave my all, but at the end of that particular project I wasn't asked to stay on, but they said they would keep in contact. I still keep in contact with who I worked with, but have never attempted to go back, mainly due to the distance and traffic. It was always a gamble whether or not I was going to beat traffic and get there no matter how early I left.
Good people, fun projects, learned more about Point Of Sales systems
Upper management left something to be desired, since I was under contract they could let me go at any time, and they did after the second project was done.
Field Engineer Level II (Former Employee) – Stamford, CT – September 21, 2018
Typical work day fast paced. Always learning new products and applications. Management was easy to work with. Good group of coworkers, worked as a team. Being able to work within SLA requirements for the customer. The friendly atmosphere with coworkers and customers.
Long hours on occasion to bring equipment back on line due to parts availability.
Systems Administrator (Current Employee) – Richardson, TX – September 20, 2018
Fujitsu is doing everything it can to show that it's not losing money by laying off the employees with higher salaries first. Regardless of their skills, abilities, or tenure.
This has opened them up for failure in terms of... - No knowledge turnover - Vulnerability to disaster recovery at critical datacenters - ability to support clients effectively - reduced human resource efficiency
Management does not focus on how it can better serve the customer/end user, only how they can save money.