Working at Fujitsu

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Ratings for Fujitsu

  • Appreciation
    3.4
  • Company Outlook
    2.8
  • Fair Pay
    2.2
  • Learning and Development
    3.3
  • Manager Communication
    3.5
  • Manager Relationship
    4.1
  • Pay Transparency
    1.9
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Fujitsu Reviews

What is it like working at Fujitsu?

Sr. Commissions Analyst:
Lots of autonomy if you do your job well and have the necessary skills. Working from home is possible. However it can limit career options and home office expense is essentially unpaid (depends on management preference). Unclear career paths, low diversity, male dominated leaders and high CEO turnover (usually outside candidates) have fostered subpar business growth. "Merit" raises(which are not based on merit) are witheld 50% of the time due to missed financial targets, mainly because the targets are not dictated from hq and are not realistic. Archaic ERP systems are impossible to upgrade/migrate. (A cobblers kids go barefoot situation.) They have announced strides to improve inclusiveness, employee development, employee engagement, and diversity in the past year, but we have seen little action. In fact spending freezes halt progress toward employee development goals.
Pressure to deliver services that sales have over sold.
Project Manager, (Unspecified Type / General) in Birmingham:
Pros: Used to be the opportunity
Cons: Constant restructure and not learning the lessons of the last one
Lots of opportunity for improvement in this company so there is a lot I can learn.
Business Process Analyst in Sydney:
Pros: My team is very positive and motivating.
Cons: Company culture and below average salary
Intellectually Challenging but Rewarding.
Chief Technology Officer (CTO) in Marina:
Pros: Autonomy
Cons: Lack of a clear coherent communicated business strategy.
Great line of work, challenging.
Sales Engineer in Birmingham:
Pros: Fair compensation and great benefits
Cons: Occasionally I get tired from traveling
Well-benefited company.
Quality Analyst in Kuala Lumpur:
Pros: Offer contractual bonus, wellness allocation, dental, optical and medical benefit
Cons: Does not have much opportunity to grow and moving internally.