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30+ days ago

Financial Analyst

Financial Engines Phoenix, AZ

• Gain a solid understanding of Financial Engines' business model • Maintain five-year and annual planning models as well as monthly rolling… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Senior Marketing Manager, Direct Marketing

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

Print Channel Management: • Maximize reach of the direct mail channel (improving mailing address coverage and deliverability) • Leverage… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Staff Engineer, Operational Platform

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

• Applies defined software engineering practices and procedures to design, influence, and drive quality and testability of products and services… Financial Engines


30 days ago

HR Business Partner / OD Specialist

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

Our business is growing and changing fast. We are building on a solid foundation with a clear company purpose and strategy. This is a new position… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Senior Accounts Payable Specialist

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

• Process Accounts Payable data entry in Netsuite for vendor bills received from email and postal mail. • Review employee Expense Reports and… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Information Systems Intern

Financial Engines Boston, MA

As Information Systems Intern you will...... • Deploy SharePoint to various teams… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Digital Marketing Platform

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

• Become an invaluable member of one of our Agile teams and help deliver great products using Scrum methodology. • Build scalable, responsive web… Financial Engines


15 days ago

Sr. Accounts Payable Specialist (Contractor)

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

• Process Accounts Payable data entry in Netsuite for vendor bills received from email and postal mail. • Review employee Expense Reports and… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Senior Product Manager, Platform

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

• Responsible for delivering business results and metrics • Develop deep insights into customer’s problems, wishes, and desires • Identify new… Financial Engines


30+ days ago

Product Development Counsel

Financial Engines Sunnyvale, CA

Counsel and advise our product development teams to ensure our services meet applicable legal and regulatory requirements as well as company policies… Financial Engines


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    Toxic office of the General Counsel

    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee
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    I worked at Financial Engines

    Pros

    The Sunnyvale office is a great work environment-sunny and open work spaces with many employee meeting areas. I had a good interview experience and new hire orientation was really inspiring. Free food and drinks and great office location -near the light rail -in the silicon valley. I was looking forward to brining my new ideas to the company.

    Cons

    When you join FNGN-they tell you they want your new ideas and want change in the organization. However, you learn very quickly that any new ideas or suggestions to change processes are delayed or die once the General Counsel has to review them-and it appears that she has to review and approve everything. There are MANY steps to implementing any new ideas and the GC has veto power at every step-you will hear about how the industry is regulated and so you must do things the "old way" and how the "old" cumbersome approval processes must be followed-or else. Also-the GC is often unavailable because she is preparing to leave for a vacation or on a lengthy vacation in Europe or Hawaii etc or just returning from a lengthy vacation-so even if you are persistent enough to keep trying to get new ideas implemented-you have a very limited window of GC availability and if you do get to see her the meeting will be unpleasant OR she will farm out new ideas to be reviewed by expensive outside counsel and they are billing by the hour and have no interest in approving things quickly.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Continue your great initial employee experience by limiting the review and approvals allowed by the GCs office. Insist that when employees bring new ideas to the GCs office they don't have to wait for her long executive vacations to conclude and that there is genuine interest and support in hearing about and implementing new ideas and processes.

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