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Slow decision makingCareer opportunities are minimumOffice environment and work culture is goodGood facilities cabs food breakouts events and employee engagement program
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The worst company Ive ever had to work for. There appears to be a little group of management running the entire Dublin outfit, changing teams and firing management / staff based on personal opinions, counter productive for the company. Absolutely toxic envoiroment as a result, no training or support from management, sink or swim type of place. No clear vision or direction. Very high turnover of staff will give you a good indication of how bad this place is. Avoid.
Management, staff turnover, lack of support/training
Contracted to the API Strategy team to document a suite of financial APIs and communicate the API integration programme throughout all of Fidelity’s business areas. Very busy but a positive hard-working team. Remote working was encouraged so I worked from home 3/5 days.
Great place to work and healthy ambience all around. I started my career with FIL and have worked really hard to hone my skills and showcase my talent.
Fidelity is a great place to work. The company and especially Client Services is filled with passionate & enthusiastic people who care about the customer. The role was always varied and progression achievable through hard work and adaptability. The training provided is excellent and you also have the opportunity and support to study for industry qualifications. The company is ever changing and keeping up with the rate of change is challenging & you need to be adaptable. However change equals opportunities & with the wide range of products & services offered by Fidelity across multiple locations, hard work & a determination to succeed can be rewarded. Social responsibility matters and Fidelity actively promotes & supports volunteering and fund raising for local charities.
Great benefits, Superb working environment
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Can’t say anything but think twice before you join FIL company is good but management is not good they think employees as a slave. Lots of favouritism less growth but yes company culture is good and learning programs are always there to improve employees skills. But evryone works for growth but here growth is less but more in work.
Pros and cons, as always, but a very odd place in terms of culture and management style. Also very strange (or non existant) processes. Great direct team, great restaurant and food supplies on site! Really out of town (which I liked) so not suited for everyone.
great pension, great insights team
poor job security, management system shakey
Work culture in fidelity is very good. Management is very helpful and knowledgeable. Got an opportunity to work in Pension department and learnt a lot of important tasks and gained knowledge of finance and administration. Proud to be a part of this organisation.
It is a really good company to work for due to good work and life balance. It has a helpful and amiable working environment full of young, experienced, enthusiastic and diverse people. Great exposure to interact with Senior Management. A captive unit, thus, might get a chance to visit the head office in the UK. Free hierarchy, hence, escalation if any, is flexible and convenient. Dress code is American culture i.e. no dress culture as such. Overall, as my first job, I get to learn a lot and enjoyed working there.
Worked as a contractor there and enjoyed my time - lots of variety to the work in terms of products and marketing channels. A good place for collaborative working and to learn about investment products and marketing.
Good work / life balance
Only worked as a contractor so no long term security
Poor work culture, zero recognition, deaf management, blame game are some apt words for Fidelity International India offices. No growth, stressful environment and less job security would be welcoming you. Free food, though it is now deteriorating in quality, and free transport are there, though.
Answering inbound calls from customers, occasionally letter writing and sending digital messages and investigating client queries. I learnt a great deal about Data Protection, Anti Money Laundering and the administration of funds and other types of investments. The most enjoyable part of the job was the upskilling, the training was thorough and enjoyable. The managers in my team were very supportive, always approached any issues and looked to resolve them. The hardest part of the job was the culture of client services, very much micro managed and progression away from phones team was not promoted or aided.
great work benifiits and overtime
Fidelity is a great company to work for where you are rewarded for your efforts. They need to work on communication between teams and people would be surprised about how antiquated their systems are and the sheer number of technology people to try and keep the systems up and running.