Fujitsu Employee Reviews
Found 84 reviews matching the searchSee all 1,999 reviews
Indeed Featured review
The most useful review selected by Indeed
there was no pressure from the managers. I got to travel and see a lot of Australia during the time I worked there. Later moved on to do desktop support for them
Travel, free time, diversity, night work
Have to live up to company image, lots of turnover, sometimes no work for a few months
Fujitsu is a demanding and often toxic environment.It is highly political and there is a terrible culture of witch hunts and blame - rather than working as a team to fix things and move on.Innovation is certainly not valued and you’d better keep your mouth shut and stay in your box if you want to succeed.
Reasonable work life balance
Toxic blame orientated environment
Excellent for contract work. Regular contracts. Enjoyed the travel and work was demanding but achievable. Supervisor was done to earth and was matter of fact and direct which I appreciated. Solution oriented. If you go the extra mile it is noticed.
We want to help you find great companies. Help us be the best!
Do these reviews help you learn more about working at Fujitsu?
An experienced senior level IT consultant with significant design, support, administration and implementation experience of network projects. Over 10 years of IT experience with full life cycle ICT project experience. Thrives in a customer focused, multi-site environment. Always meets client demands and develops good long-term customer relationships
The work was not so great and felt daunting at times but the people I worked with were great and even had a table tennis tournament which would be the highlight of my day.
Not a nice workplace. Skills get you no where, no prospects for a better future. Constantly reminded by management that you are expendable
Loved the work. Great at my job. Lots of positive reports from every client I work for. No prospects for future. Constantly reminded that you are a temp even after working within the team for many years. If you are unhappy you will get shown the door. Overall a very depressing place to work. No real commitment to good workers.
As an I.T Deployment engineer at Fujitsu, your duty is to go around customers' work site with a team of engineers to install a hardware and software as required. A typical day at work can be a bit stressful because the job involves a lot of travelling and also job security is not guaranteed because the role is a casual role.
Great payment benefits
Long and stressful Travels
Useless management it's company-wide, Honestly, do your self a favor and just go on the dole, you'll be better off mentally. This place will make you question your worth. Avoid at all costs.
Any personal issues with pale in compassion
poor management, stressful, yearly redundancy cycle to survive, terrible pay
WA - BDM Overall experience good, benefits good in the right channels, firm deliberately change managed quite dynamically from top to bottom. HR work hard on culture team. Lots of training and upskilling. Unceasing pressure and continuous rising sales numbers pushed in a highly competitive space and extremely low growth economy, wreaks a heavy toll with staff turnover excessive. Product range adequate without being exceptional. Innovation and response to market slow moving.
Market, Structual drawbacks, Interstate travel on weekends, Tendency to Play the man and not the ball
Easily going do your hours and go home, management has no idea what there employee do and the change processes to suit themselves, even if the new process looks good on paper on paper but dos not work in the work area.
Communication is bad