Do the right thing
Do the right thing
At Fujitsu, we shape next generation solutions that support today's businesses and have a positive impact on society. We believe that technology should influence the way the world travels, the way the world is powered and the way we can enhance learning. If you want to work with a business who believes that doing the right thing is part of everything, come and be inspired at Fujitsu.
People join Fujitsu because they share our passion about Human Centric Innovation and Digital Co-creation. In order to thrive in a new digital society, it is crucial to co-create and innovate with our customers and partners across industries. At Fujitsu, we want to harness the talent of all our employees to be able to make a difference and create an exciting future for all.
"Our Values" are the important sense of value each person should have
Our values make up a key part of the Fujitsu Way. Our purpose is to make the world more sustainable by building trust in society through innovation. In order to realize the purpose, Our Values indicate a critical action cycle consisting of 'Aspiration', 'Trust', and 'Empathy'.
Find out more about our values and the Fujitsu way
Corporate Social Responsibility Policy
At Fujitsu we are committed to being a truly global ICT corporation that stays responsive to the needs and expectations of all its stakeholders. In this light, we have established a Corporate Social Responsibility policy. CSR in the Fujitsu Group is practiced by implementing the FUJITSU Way. In all its business activities, by implementing the FUJITSU Way in light of the expectations and needs of multiple stakeholders, the Fujitsu Group contributes to the sustainable development of society and the planet. In practicing CSR, we demonstrate a commitment to responsible business operations as a global ICT company by specifying priority issues and working to address them.
Global Responsible Business
To promote our global CSR activities effectively, we have established Global Responsible Business framework by classifying issues into the following eight areas.