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1. Does Fujitsu sponsor employees who require work visas or permanent residency status?
Fujitsu may, in its discretion, sponsor candidates in need of work authorization. Fujitsu may also, in its discretion, sponsor employees for permanent residency.
2. What is Fujitsu's relocation and travel policy?
Fujitsu covers relocation and/or reimburses travel expenses associated with all projects while employed with us.
3. What employee benefits does Fujitsu offer?
Fujitsu has a competitive benefits package for all our employees including medical coverage, training, career development initiatives and RRSP matching contributions.
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4. What can I expect during the hiring process?
A Fujitsu hiring manager will contact you to discuss your background and skills. If you qualify for a position, a detailed technical evaluation will be performed.
5. Does Fujitsu offer "turn-key" projects?
Our main area of focus is system integration projects and solutions for large companies and public sector organizations. Fujitsu is not a staffing agency.
6. What is my possible career path at Fujitsu?
Expect a career matching your interests and capabilities. Fujitsu takes an active interest in your career and engages in regular reviews to ensure each employee is moving towards the right career path. Our extensive training options, opportunities for further education, project opportunities and guidance from mentors enable employees to achieve their career goals.
7. Does Fujitsu offer stock options?
Currently, there are no stock options offered to employees in Canada. Our parent company, Fujitsu Limited, is publically traded on the Tokyo Stock Exchange.
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