Fidelity Investments – Bethesda, MD
We have 170+ Fidelity Investor Centers across the United States and continue to open several new branches each year. Branch representatives offer… Fidelity Investments
Fidelity Investments – Washington, DC
Act as lead counsel in directing outside counsel and contract attorneys on litigation and regulatory matters handled by the Complex Litigation and… Fidelity Investments
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I worked at Fidelity Investments full-time (Less than a year)Doesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEODoesn't RecommendNeutral OutlookApproves of CEO
Good work/life balance, most of the people were very nice want to see you succeed. I think my experience was a problem at the branch I worked in rather than the whole company.
Terribly run office, clear training structure not in place, letting one nasty angry employee affect the culture of the whole branch. Management did not have an effective way to deal with a problem employee. I was hired with all my licenses and 4 years of experience into the financial rep role to eventually move into a sales role (after 9 mos to a year). After 3 months I had been repeatedly told by management that I was not filling the role "effectively". I received almost no training and was expected to not make a mistake. The job is not hard but being "written up" and receiving "warnings" for every mistake caused a lot of issues. They did not use me for the talents I had, I started looking for other employment within 60 days of starting. I have worked at 100% commission and was less stressed out than here. Basically I was a scape goat because the manager could not stand up and lead the office.
Advice to Management
Develop and communicate clear ways for a new hire to be successful, don't reprimand or write up employee's who are working in the first 90 days. Constantly throwing small mistakes in your employee's face does not help them improve.