- Qualidade de vida
- Cultura e valores
- Oportunidades de carreira
- Remuneração e benefícios
- Alta liderança
Trabalhei para Fujitsu em período integral (Mais de 3 anos)
Decent salary and benefits. Excellent co-workers.
Career opportunities abound for the right people.
Constant churn of reorg after reorg after reorg.
Too much time spent navel-gazing and not enough time spent taking care of customers.
Unrealistic budget goals and ruthlessly cutting of teams to achieve them. Short-sighted management of current resources.
Healthcare plan is the worst I have ever seen - all are forced into HRA or HSA; HRA amounts provided are fine for young, healthy people who never see a doctor but ridiculous for anyone else AND they make you jump through hoops even to get all of the amount they agree to provide. Up-front amount decreases and deductible increases every year.
No raises, no bonuses - no sense at all that upper management sees resources as anything other than expendable, disposable, and interchangeable.
Conselhos à presidência
If you truly value your employees, treat them better. Stop trying to cut your way to profitability - it never worked before, it will not work now. Stop shoving all your best experience in the trash and live up to your vaunted "responsible business" blather.
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Candidatei-me por meio de um recrutador. O processo levou mais de 2 semanas. Fui entrevistado na Fujitsu (Edison, NJ (Estados Unidos da América)).
Called by a recruiter - actively pursued. "Tech" interview by phone, followed by in-person interview with the hiring manager several days later. Hired within two weeks.
Perguntas de entrevista
There really wasn't one - it was my dream job at the time, and I knew it - all I knew coming out of the in-person interview was that I really wanted to work with these people. So when they offered, I accepted, no discussion.