Our products lead the industry, our people are at the top of their game, and our momentum in the market place continues its upward climb. Our global teams help transform valuable data into invaluable knowledge.
HDS honored as one of FORTUNE’s “100 Best Companies to Work For”
For the second year in a row, Hitachi Data Systems has been ranked among FORTUNE magazine's "100 Best Companies to Work For" in the United States, at number 63.
We offer challenging work in an exciting environment, competitive pay and a diverse work environment.
Hitachi Spirit is what distinguishes us as the employer and partner
of choice. It’s more than our foundation, more than a poster on the
wall. It’s how we operate every day, how we get things done. It’s who we
Hitachi Data Systems builds information management and Social Innovation solutions that help businesses succeed and societies be safer, healthier and smarter. We focus on big data that offers real value – what we call the Internet of Things that matter. Our IT infrastructure, analytics, content and cloud solutions and services drive strategic management and analysis of the world's data. Only Hitachi Data Systems integrates the best information technology and operational technology from across the Hitachi family of companies to deliver the exceptional insight that business and society need to transform and thrive.
We began in 1989 as a joint venture between Hitachi, Ltd., and Electronic Data Systems, and became a wholly owned subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., in 1999. We have grown to now help companies establish software-defined infrastructure to improve IT agility and flexibility. We accelerate innovation, improve business outcomes, simplify the lives of mobile workers and administrators, and expedite business insight and competitive advantage. Currently, our 6,300 employees conduct business in more than 100 countries and regions. Our products, services and solutions are trusted by the world's leading enterprises, including more than 70% of the Fortune 100 and more than 80% of the Fortune Global 100.
Hitachi, Ltd., headquartered in Tokyo, Japan, is the parent of Hitachi Data Systems. It was founded in 1910 as a repair shop for mining equipment. Now, Hitachi is one of the world's largest integrated electronics companies with 333,000 employees and more than 950 subsidiaries.
Benefits, compensation, rewards and the proper balance between work and life are important to us all as individuals and employees. Our goal is to provide benefits to support your needs and those of your family. We recognize those needs change and we offer a wide variety of benefits to meet them.
In each country where we operate we offer a competitive pay, bonus and benefits package. In general we offer health and dental coverage, paid time off for holidays and illness, retirement (or company investment plan), assistance with furthering your education and a variety of other special benefit programs. Most benefits are effective on your date of hire unless stated otherwise.
We also offer competitive levels of annual, parental, military or personal leaves (specific to each country). Many employees take advantage of special work arrangements such as telecommuting, working from a remote office or utilizing flex-time to start their day earlier or later to fit their needs. All our programs are based on what is appropriate and possible for the position and the location where our employees reside.
We encourage employees to learn continuously and we support ongoing professional development. Our Leadership Development program focuses on key leadership skills based on our Hitachi Spirit and Leadership fundamentals. The Hitachi Data Systems Academy provides technical and sales training as well as customer certifications. Of course, on-the-job learning and stretch opportunities are part of our development philosophy as well.
A diverse workforce creates a richer work environment complete with better thinking, creative solutions and teamwork that spans culture, time zones, gender and areas of expertise. We are committed to a diverse workforce leveraging the best every employee has to offer.
Now that social issues are global, corporations like Hitachi, Ltd. and Hitachi Data Systems have an increasingly important role to create and support a sustainable society. Under these circumstances, the Hitachi Group has reaffirmed the significance of Corporate Social Responsibility.
Our vision is to realize a world that is made safer and more comfortable to live in by harnessing our knowledge and technologies to resolve the basic issues facing global society. We are deeply aware that a business enterprise is itself a member of society. Hitachi is resolved to be a good citizen of the community and work towards the realization of a truly prosperous society. We strive to conduct our corporate activities in a fair and open manner, promote harmony with the natural environment, and engage vigorously in activities that contribute to social progress. To learn more visit http://www.hitachi.com/csr/ and http://www.hds.com/corporate/social-responsibility/
We take tremendous pride in the many awards and honors we’ve received around the globe. But the measure of success is not how many awards we win. We’re successful when our employees are happy and empowered to do the right thing. We’re successful when our local and global communities are thriving, and when our customers and partners feel well-served. That said, winning awards is certainly nice, too.
It is the policy of Hitachi Data Systems Corporation to base all employment decisions on the principles of equal employment opportunity and to take affirmative action in the employment of women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and veterans. In particular, it is the company’s policy to recruit, hire, compensate, train, promote, demote, transfer, layoff, terminate employment, and alter any other terms and conditions of employment, without regard to age, ancestry, color, ethnic origin, gender identity, genetic information, marital status, mental or physical disability, pregnancy, national origin, place of origin, race, religion, sex, sexual orientation, transgender status, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by applicable national, state, or local law.