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Former Employee - Systems Administrator
Former Employee - Systems Administrator

I worked at Fidelity National Financial

Pros

I got to work at a company that was willing to spend plenty of money to be competitive, and it was a great learning experience.

Cons

The company doesn't seem to really care about the people who work there. There is a lot of politics involved at Fidelity - so to move up you have to play the game.

Advice to ManagementAdvice

Try to introduce better benefits, promote people on performance, not politics, and give them a better idea of how to do a better job. Positive reinforcement for achievement would be nice.

Doesn't Recommend
No opinion of CEO

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  1.  

    Title Insurance Industry - What the Inexperienced may not know

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    Former Employee - Systems Engineer  in  Jacksonville, FL
    Former Employee - Systems Engineer in Jacksonville, FL

    I worked at Fidelity National Financial full-time for more than 8 years

    Pros

    Working for this company can be fruitful and bountiful if you are within the business itself as part of a profit center. The rewards can be monthly, quarterly, bi-annually and annually. There can even be bonuses that happen after specific projects or exemplary actions for the success of the business.

    Cons

    The very "Pros" of the company are the "Cons" if on the "wrong-side of the house" - that is to say, anything but the business side. After nearly a decade of working within technology and noting the way minor staff to senior management are ignored and neglected after months of planning and execution on "COST SAVINGS" initiatives without any bonus or financial reward. The business can abuse and burn money and then leave it in the hands of the core business and infrastructure & technology employees to pick up the pieces of the executive management and business branch's haphazardly way of business.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    The best advice I could give to management would more than likely be ignored because the systematic methodology of William Foley, also known as Bill, to acquire a business and take all of the profitable components of the business and strip it off to sell and leave the carcass of the previous business behind to wilt and fail after being sold off for pennies on the dollar.

    Investors will love to see how the parent holding company, Fidelity National Financial, will fluctuate with profit on acquiring a great asset but other investors should be terrified if they hear that FNF is in the process of acquiring a stock they own. Employees of that business would be wise as well to listen to the tell-tale signs of acquisitions and find another job as soon as possible because sadly, upon acquisition, the company will be torn apart.

    If this paints a positive picture in your eyes management, then there is no advice I can give. If it does not, then think about "the long-term plan" and how "steady" gains can be more reputable to stock holders AND employees than the "wheel and deal" methods that presently exist. Your investors will be more consistent and they will hold the stock long-term as opposed to selling it all the moment their is rumor and or speculation of business decline. Recognize that the company can utilize its capital more effectively, and reward those that find those solutions in acquiring it AND utilizing it effectively afterwards.

    Change the existing dogma of the executive brand to only reward the business that creates revenue initially but lack the foresight maintain that profitable financial trend. Take trips or coordinate teleconferences with each of the regions and speak with both the business & technology branch managers to determine the health of the title industry on a quarterly basis. Sustainability is the key to success and if the business can maintain the working staff it has consistently, it can react more quickly and effectively in a time of increased business instead of acquiring inexperienced people to enact upon those upward trends.

    Doesn't Recommend
    Neutral Outlook
    Disapproves of CEO
  2.  

    Great company to work and great people.

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    Current Employee - Programmer Analyst  in  Jacksonville, FL
    Current Employee - Programmer Analyst in Jacksonville, FL

    I have been working at Fidelity National Financial full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    The people are great to work with.

    Cons

    Salary is consistently below the median.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Recognize and pay attention to your talent.

    Recommends
    Positive Outlook
    Approves of CEO
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