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I worked at Fujitsu Network Communications full-time (more than 5 years)Pros
Good work / life balance, nice vacation policy.
Opportunity for advancement.
Challenging but appropriate responsibilities in line with my capabilities.
Interesting work with folks from all over the world.Cons
Top management can be inflexible, but they are responsible for the company, so it's understandable.Recommends
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Interview Details
You receive a phone call for a phone interview where they just ask a couple of questions to make sure you are interested and a real person. Then they brought me in to interview with two people from the department that I would be working in, a supervisor and manager. Very easy interview, all based off of experience. The last process is an hour long where you interview with 3 different people the last one being the VP of the department. Also experience based questions and some situational based. Make sure you impress the VP because he makes the decision in the end, I recommend to just show that you know what the job is and that you REALLY want to do that job.Interview Questions
- Why do you want to work at this specific position? This is why I didnt get the job because I honestly didnt understand the position fully so I couldnt answer well. Answer Question
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Fujitsu Network Communications designs, manufactures, and maintains a variety of broadband transmission systems. The company supplies Connection-Oriented Ethernet (COE) and optical transport equipment and network management software to telecommunications carriers and cable television service providers. Its products include multiplexers, switches, and transponders. The company also provides such services as network planning and management, training, and quality assurance. Customers include AT&T and Verizon Communications. Fujitsu Network Communications is a subsidiary of...