Fujitsu America Reviews in New York City, NY
Lots of good people in the consulting ranks willing to help in a collaborative manner(in 7 reviews)
Good work life balance, some nice people to work with(in 4 reviews)
Siloed, general poor employee morale(in 3 reviews)
Long hours, instant gratification expected(in 3 reviews)
Pros – - Balance of big company name and small company work culture.
- Good Opportunities for growth once you stick around and prove yourself
- Global reach
Cons – - Too many re-orgs
- Hardware and software practices are not very cohesive
- Revenues and Bonus are tied to FAI as a whole
Advice to Senior Management – - Provide more incentives for employees to perform their job better
- Provide better training opportunities & and a well defined career growth path for employees
Pros – There is a focus on work life balance and virtual work is the norm. People are friendly, many have been with Fujistu most of their career.
Cons – Very resistant to change and new ideas. A constant management shuffle - if you don't like the direction just wait it out, new management will come in and change the direction.
Advice to Senior Management – Listen to employees and the people you bring in to be change agents, stop quashing every new idea.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend
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Pros – Exposure and learning was great but there was a lack of training, great co-workers, friendly enviroment, I learned alot because it was swim or sink atmosphere.
Cons – long hours, stressful enviroment, company was struggling and alot of negative people, alot of vacation days were forced at certain times Finance leadership made it worse
Advice to Senior Management – Get leadership that is steady. TO many senior executive jumped ship in a short period of time to keep anything consistant.
No, I would not recommend this company to a friend – I'm not optimistic about the outlook for this company
Pros – Growth opportunities, recognition and the fact that management allows you to take complete control of your job. Talented co-workers and partners.
Cons – Lack of a structured training, on-boarding and talent management program. This is something that is very important in the consulting practices.
Advice to Senior Management – Incorporate a better talent management and continuous learning program for consultants. Strengthen the Fujitsu brand as a great place to work at and attract top talent.