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Senior Accountant

Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville, FL

FNF is a dynamic, profitable and growing company. We seek a permanent full time senior accounting position within the Corporate Accounting Department… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Accountant

Fidelity National Financial Jacksonville, FL

, and work within a team are very important in this fast-paced environment. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: • Experience preparing journal entries… Glassdoor


30+ days ago

Systems Administrator

Fidelity National Financial Florida

will be focused on the team sharing daily administration of 700+ Windows 7 XP Desktops, Windows 2003/2008/2012 servers, which host production… Glassdoor


28 days ago

Staff Accountant

Fidelity National Financial California

include: • Applying customer payments and maintain A/R aging • Sending out A/R invoices on a monthly basis and follow up with payment… Glassdoor


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Fidelity National Financial CEO Raymond R. Quirk
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    One crazy ride

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    Former Employee - Claims Counsel  in  Omaha, NE
    Former Employee - Claims Counsel in Omaha, NE

    I worked at Fidelity National Financial

    Pros

    You will get to work for the nation's largest title insurance company, which gives you access to many resources to do your job. The work itself is usually fairly interesting. You are allowed to work pretty much at your own pace and not micromanaged for the most part. The people you work with are nice and interesting. You get your own office, possibly with a window. You will never be bored-- you will always have work to do! There is minimal travel involved, and you will always have advance notice.

    Cons

    They assign too many claims for one person to be able to handle competently in a 40-hr workweek. Or even a 60-hr workweek. There will always be emergency projects thrust upon you by senior management with 1-24 hr deadlines that are super-priority, but never seem to go anywhere. You will receive little feedback about your overall job performance, and probably not get a raise or bonus during your time here. You will have to triage your claims due to the volume and hope nothing falls through the cracks. Can be very stressful.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Please treat your attorneys as professionals and not as mere cogs in the wheel of the corporation. Let us offer feedback on what WE think is working and what is not, and how WE think things might change for the better. Stop changing the entire system every 3 months and reorganizing everything and making us move offices every few months. Don't promise us bonuses that never materialize. Talk to people in the industry to figure out a realistic average claim load. What you are making the attorneys deal with now (both claims and in-house) is simply too much. Things will fall through the cracks and it will harm the company. More reasonable claim loads would make everyone happier and it will be better for the company in the long run! Oh, and keep the people at the local offices that have been there forever and know what they're doing! They are invaluable!

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