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Former Employee – worked at Fidelity Investments full-time for more than 8 years
Pros – It is unlikely that you'll ever get bored in a role at Fidelity. However, if you do get bored or feel like you need a new challenge, Fidelity is usually able to accommodate! Along with mobility, you get experience, and with experience you become more valuable to the company. Fidelity is very good about allowing its employees to gain other experience.
Cons – The company is very numbers-driven so, with that said, it should come as no shock that meeting and exceeding rigid quotas is of utmost importance...to the point where quality is sacrificed just to 'crank out the numbers.'
Advice to Senior Management – There should be a better balance between quality and quantity. That is the age-old controversy but it is something that needs to be confronted head-on. Customers and employees ultimately lose when numbers are given more importance than quality. Quality will retain customers and hard-working employees.
Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend
2013-01-17 16:07 PST
Fidelity Investments has a rich and proud history and has grown to become a leading provider of a wide range of services, including investment management, retirement planning, brokerage, and human resources and benefits… — Full Overview
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