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11 days ago

Principal Software Engineer/Developer

Fidelity Investments Smithfield, RI

This individual will work closely with the FFAS Architecture group to evaluate, recommend, and implement Distributed Batch application architecture… Fidelity Investments

29 days ago

Software Engineer/Developer - Java, J2EE

Fidelity Investments Smithfield, RI

As a member of a highly dynamic, agile development team based in Smithfield, the Software engineer will design and develop J2EE based web… Fidelity Investments

15 days ago

Senior Software Engineer Developer - Java, JEE

Fidelity Investments Smithfield, RI

FFAS, based in Smithfield, Rhode Island, has an excellent opportunity for a Senior Software Engineer Fidelity Investments

14 days ago

Leap - Software Developers, Systems Analysts, QA Engineers, Mainframe Developers

Fidelity Investments Smithfield, RI

Leap is Fidelity Investments exciting training and development program for new IT graduates. The program is designed to accelerate the development of… Fidelity Investments

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    They used to be a good company but when Abby Johnson took over the employees didn't matter anymore.

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    Former Employee - Senior QA Engineer in Smithfield, RI
    Former Employee - Senior QA Engineer in Smithfield, RI

    I worked at Fidelity Investments as a contractor (more than 5 years)


    state of the art technology, usually good people to work with


    Very political, quite a few prima donnas who are protected by higher managers, some who don't do much all day, worked there for years.

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    Stop the political machine, focus on good attitudes and good people, then invest in them and their careers. You have lost out on a lot of good people due to these issues. My feeling is prevalent among the workforce. The company has gone downhill, especially since Abby Johnson protected the profit margin over having loyalty to long-time employees around 2008 on....

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