Senior Customer Service Engineer (Former Employee) – Ashburn VA – January 20, 2018
My workload was way too heavy, due to the explosive data center growth in Ashburn VA I was doing the work of four people, management was very slow to react in spite of my requests, reports of the growth, and my excessive overtime. I even took my manager on a driving tour, seeing 10 data centers in less than a square mile area. I was omnipresent though which gave allot of pride in my work and prompted one of my customers, a Manager at Salesforce.com to nickname me the Mayor of Ashburn
Content Marketing Intern (Former Employee) – Santa Clara, CA – October 15, 2018
Hitachi was reliable as a company, I always received my paycheck on time and always knew what I was getting in to. Otherwise the company is very rigid in how they do work. New ideas are not recommended.
Enterprise Solutions Consultant (Former Employee) – King of Prussia, PA – October 8, 2018
Until the C level management team changed the direction of the company Hitachi was a great place to work. The district management team was great to work for and our team was very successful because of them and the team we had.
Regional Administrator (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 7, 2018
Administrative Initiate New Hire Job Packets Process New Hire Employee
Monthly Travel to San Jose, CA Coordinate and Set Up New Hire Class Administer a week of New Hire Training Monitor all classes and presenters Set up dinners, new hire functions New Hire Tours of the corporate office
District Manager - Customer Service and Support (Former Employee) – New York, NY – October 2, 2018
Customer Service was a 7X24 job, you never knew what the day had in store for you. I really enjoyed working with my fellow employees, we all shared a deep commitment to our customers and were always available to help whenever necessary.
Anonymous (Former Employee) – Norwalk, CT – September 30, 2018
Company tends to promote within. However, promotions are not based on work performance. They are based on how well and often you say "yes".
Leadership tends to have meetings to set new meetings with decisions being made. They have a very old school way of managing. Leadership does not allow you to think outside of the box and they criticize if you have a very good idea. They feel like they own you while talking down to you.
Hitachi purchased Waupaca Foundry and decided to merge their machining facility into the Waupaca umbrella. I can not speak for how the company was before the merge, but they are definitely chaotic and unorganized today. Their management style is outdated and the culture is not customer focused.