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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.
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.
- Your typical day in production support will start with looking into your flooded mail box. -Supporting the application 24*7 - BAU activities and resolving business queries
Free lunches, Free Transport
Long working hours without any use, Management is a bit confusing here, A lot of miss/hits in the governance as politics plays a major role in decision making
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excellent organization to work in with lot of opportunities to grow across different functions. Ensures that all employees get enough time for their personal life while ensuring that their professional targets are also met.
Working with Fidelity has been a great experience. It has been great learning experience. I started my career with fidelity as a technical recruitment and worked in recruitment for 5 years. Post that I moved to Business partner role and has been workin as a HR business partner for technology division.
Free food and cab
The company was good around 4 years but these days the management is so poor that people are in stress with their Jobs. Fidelity is so-so for work life balance and job security everything rest is just for the upper management.
You get hands-on experience with code as a fresher. Testing teams work hand in hand with develooment teams. Functional knowledge is readily available with BAs and you can catch them up anytime. A developer is involved with front end and back end as well. Company culture is a bit bad. Working on weekends without recognition is a norm. Salary compensation for freshers is not up to market standards.
Hands on code experience, latest technologies, friendly and coordinating colleagues
Long working hours, minimum recognition for hard work, salary not up to standarda