I worked at FNH USA (More than 8 years)
The company benefits where generous. Management prior to 2012 tried to create a open, friendly environment where they took care of their teams. Operated more as a small business in-house even though they were an international company. This has changed since then.
Lack of communication to the staff, uncertainty of job status, unrealistic exceptions. The parent company seemed to treat FNH USA as the step-child of the family of businesses.
Advice to Management
Communication, communication, communication. By not keeping the staff informed all it does is lead to speculation which is always worse than the truth. They can handle it.
I applied in-person. The process took 2+ weeks. I interviewed at FNH USA (McLean, VA) in October 2013.
HR director made me fly out of an airport that wasn't within 2 hours when I had an airport in the same town. Totally disorganized when I was there and most didn't ask me any pertinent questions and said they need help....any help....doesn't really matter who
turned down the offer several times....but kept throwing money and recruiter didn't honor his commitment financially to me.
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