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30+ days ago

Program Manager

Fiducial Columbia, MD

The Program Manager (PM) will be responsible for managing all aspects of the project life cycle on multiple internal IS/IT projects by overseeing… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Software Developer

Fiducial Columbia, MD

In this role the developer will be an integral part of our Software Development team, working on the development of new functions and enhancements to… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Software Architect

Fiducial Columbia, MD

• Ability to assume bottom-line design/development responsibility for assigned tasks around one or more functional subsets of system… Beyond.com


30+ days ago

Auditor-Acquisitions

Fiducial Columbia, MD

include but are not limited to: keeping abreast of the latest accounting, audit and industry developments; conducting and supervising all onsite due… Beyond.com


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    So far has been improving the quality of work but still has major issues to address.

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    Current Employee - Accountant  in  Springfield, IL
    Current Employee - Accountant in Springfield, IL

    I have been working at Fiducial full-time for more than a year

    Pros

    Great vacation and sick time, we do have medical, progression is in the works, everyone I work with is both nice and helpful, willing to work around schedules.

    Cons

    We do not have vision or dental, our pay is not very competitive in our field, employee turnover is extremely high which makes it hard to learn people/positions when things are constantly changing, several management offices which are essential to operate daily are vacant due to attendance or resignation, in order to promote or improve it is a timely and drawn out process that can easily be improved, no consistency throughout the building on work.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Bring wage to a competitive level to create demand for open positions and to keep loyal employees, standardize the work throughout the building, if management needs to be apart of daily tasks require attendance! If we are expected to be open and available to the clients but upper management can come and go as pleased without having to check in or be able to be contacted how is the office suppose to operate at 100%? We can not promote, or fire without approval, raises have not been given in a long time and other jobs offer more pay, more medical coverage, and more accountability with its management department. In order for us to push forward as a competitive company we need to be competitive on all fronts, both client and employee. Only then will you get loyal and experienced people who will be able to provide the kind of service you wish to sell to clients who will in turn stay loyal and refer us to help us grow.

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