Desktop Management Engineer I in Edmonton, AB
Passable workplace, inconsistent management
While the company has made plenty of adjustments for Covid, the culture surrounding their work is one of cutting corners until they form a sphere. Employee concerns are constantly voiced but take months upon months to be addressed, and management is more concerned with making changes for the sake of having meetings than actual progress. Many seem to be unqualified or unfamiliar with their role and what the jobs entail, disregarding reports and statistics for what they "feel" is correct.If you have the energy for constant change and a high workload with below average pay, you can get by well enough.
Service Desk Analyst in Montréal, QC
Worst management ever. Doesn't trust employees. Treat employees as like trash because we are replaceable. Constantly threaten to replace us. Expect us to commit our lives to the company.I have never worked in a place where I feel like I can be replaced anytime. I worked in Mcdonald's as a teen and was retreated better. There is no room for growth as they promote only the ones that's been there for several years. No salary increase. Who every starts after you will have the same pay as you. Fujitsu offers salary WAY lower than any company that requires the same skills. HR is really unprofessional and seems like she got her degree from a cereal box. No knowledge of the laws and rely on what the managers tell them. As if they have no output of their own.They constantly add more workload to your job. You'd be handling one company and they would jsut add another company to handle without telling you.Same as the hours, they will just ell you your hours are changed and you have to deal with it
Managing Solution Architect in Calgary, AB
Good people, corporate focus an issue.
My position was on the Fujitsu consulting services side of the company. On client service delivery they have a large number of great teams. The biggest issue was on trying to break into new markets. They think their size is what will get them to win, when there really is no strategy what makes Fujitsu unique to get into that new market.
If you get on with one of the service teams, you will have a great experience. It won't be ground breaking work, but it will be constant work.
If you are looking visionary or entrepreneurial type work, your experience will be more challenging, since Fujitsu's focus is revenue from client services first.
Service Delivery Portfolio Manager in Vancouver, BC
Lack career path, company not performing well in North America
Operate more like a local boutique consulting company. Does not have the structure of a global consulting firm. Some bright spots in selected sectors in Canada.
Senior Business Consultant in Edmonton Downtown
Great Place to Work
Overall a great place to work with fun work culture.Worked with great clients of Government of Alberta.
Worked with some great people and exciting projects.