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Fidelity TalentSource Cary, NC

Fidelity TalentSource Cary, NC Reviews

  • "Benifits suck but employment is great"

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    Current Contractor - Systems Engineer in Cary, NC
    Current Contractor - Systems Engineer in Cary, NC

    I have been working at Fidelity TalentSource as a contractor (More than a year)

    Pros

    Great pay and always willing to help. You can actually contribute to your 401k. They do try to keep you in the company when possible.

    Cons

    Insurance is a joke. There is no max deductible and it barely covers anything. Even though it cost more per month, it is actually worth it to get insurance on my own instead of through the company.

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Fidelity TalentSource Cary, NC Salaries

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    Wellness Customer Service Interview

    Anonymous Interview Candidate in Cary, NC
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    Application

    I applied online. The process took 2 days. I interviewed at Fidelity TalentSource (Cary, NC) in July 2012.

    Interview

    After applying for a job on Career builders, I was contacted via email and asked for a phone interview;the lady on the phone was very nice, thought that I would be perfect for the job, and even gave me a little feedback to help me through the next step. The next step was to attend an informal interview with a groups of people and this is where I began to feel uncomfortable. First I had already completed an application online for another customer service position, but I was told that they would not continue further until I clicked on a link in my email and completed that application. The reason that it made me feel uncomfortable is due to the fact that it asks for personal information that I had already completed previously. I know because I went back and checked an email folder that I use to keep completed online job confirmations. The lady that interviewed me was texting or doing something on her phone most of the time. when I asked what the company was looking for in an employee, which is a standard question that I use during interviews, she stated that she did not know and then said well you have to be on time. I felt that was rude and most importantly did not answer my question. I am not sure if they have had people in the past not show up to work on time, but you can not assume that everyone will be like that and I am always early when I have to report somewhere, with the except of one job, where they would mark me late because I could not log onto the computer on time!

    Interview Questions

    • She asked what I had been doing and I replied that I was currently going to school full time; she again asked me so you have not been working? I thought it was absolutely strange that she did not seem to understand that I was a full time student and had not been working! If I had a job, then why would I leave it for a 3 month assignment.   1 Answer
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