Orix Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback
ORIX Corporation, styled as ORIX, is a Japanese diversified financial services group headquartered in Minato, Tokyo, and Osaka, Japan.
On March 2017 a current employee, briefly wrote a review for Indeed about his experience as a worker of Orix Auto Infrastructure Services Ltd:
1.Not a good place for persons who wants to work. 2.Potential people are not protected. 3.Easy for the persons who loves politics. 4.Unprofessional.
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"They only care about NYC office men that do deals that make money. Stopped almost all employee morale building things. Discriminates against women. No women executives. Probably not equal pay. Dallas CEO nice but Japan must approve and make all decisions. Deputy CEO in NYC has more power than the CEO Was told he came from Japan about a year ago and was first step of take over. Current employees looking for new jobs and many already gone. They dont know it is hard to find experienced talented employees."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Management has been struggling to get the employee buy in since they made some major overhauls. Looks like they've promoted a manager or 2 that are not ready to be managers."
says"Management is clueless from the top down. Human Resources is a joke."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Senior Management continues to line their pockets at the expense of employees. Ownership still asleep at the wheel."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"While the firm offers challenging work assignments and the ability to grow, the corporate culture is poor."
Former Employee - Anonymous Employee says"Unrealistic risk/return investment parameters. No diversity in management - all white males or Japanese ex-pats. Herd mentality."
says"have to be best friends with the right people to advance lack of professionalism and sophistication 2nd rate people"
says"After working at ORIX USA for just a modest amount of time (1 bonus cycle) , you realize that the entire place is run for the benefit of just a handful of senior executives (even despite being majority owned by the Japanese). The senior executives are more concerned with traveling on their private jets than managing risk. They also had no problem laying all the blame (losses) off on underlings, despite being primarily responsible for the investment decisions made at the firm. At the end of the day, many of the most competent individuals lost their jobs, so that the incompetent senior executives could keep their own."
Current Employee - Anonymous Employee says"- Depends on team but besides the c-suite level, managers tend to be weak as most of them lack proper management skills (experience as well). - Lacks business strategy."
Former Employee - Manager says"They promote people based on their credentials instead of their abilities, which makes for insecure and poor managers."