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I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Fidelity Investments (Denver, CO) in July 2022.
Three interviews; one with a Talent Acquisition Consultant, one with two branch managers, and another with four branch managers and a regional planning consultant. The first two interviews lasted 30-45 minutes, and the last interview lasted an hour. The first two interviews were informational with the goal of understanding more about the role and Fidelity Investments. The last interview was a role play where you were given a basic scenario and you, as the Financial Consultant, would role with the Regional Planning Consultant. The branch managers would then critique you on the role with the intention of receiving feedback and coachability.
The result from the interview process of very underwhelming, and the roleplay wasn't a scenario that was communicated effectively. Also, there was no feedback after the role-play. Instead, after I did not get the role, I had to ask the referrer who had to get the manager's feedback, which was not useful at all. Within 4 days, I received a call back from the talent acquisition consultant who communicated that, first, I did not get the job, and secondly, I was taking notes during the role-play. This struck me as very unprofessional, and this company is not the company for you if you're looking for a financial consultant role.
In light of this experience, I recommend that candidates consider this role carefully. There are other financial consultant roles out there that (a) pay way better and (b) respect you and treat you as equally as their own. My only feedback to upper management is this; make sure you have quality branch managers, they will attract and retain top talent versus the contrary (speaking about this experience specifically).