Senior Executive Secretary (Former Employee), Covington, KY – August 19, 2014
Pros: free coffee, great cafe's
Cons: micro management
I learned allot at my time at Fidelity. Advancement opportunities were there but major politics involved. I enjoyed my co-workers but management lacked. The most enjoyable part of the job was planning events and interacting with the clients.
Great stability, chance for improvement within group
Pricing Manager (Current Employee), Boston, MA – August 13, 2014
Fidelity was a great company to start my career with. Through my time there, I was able to come in as an entry level analyst, and was able to move up into a management postion in about three years. Through the opportunities presented to myself, I took full advantage of them all, and was able to begin a very productive career with the company. The hardest – more... part of my job, which was also the most beneficial to improving my own qualities, was working and listening to others within the group, getting the entire group on the same page with not only the group, but also the company goals, and understanding where every levels (analyst/management/upper-management) goals were. – less
Desktop Support Technical Intern (Former Employee), Boston, MA – August 12, 2014
Pros: free pizza, lunch, clothes, valuables
I was an intern at Fidelity and I absolutely loved it. The culture and environment was a grreat. The people were friendly and I couldn't ask for more work. It was an amazing experience and hopefully I will get to work there again soon.
I have learned so much in my current position I have been involved in a variety of projects including new database management implementations. I work with a great group of knowledgeable people and I am lucky to have the opportunity to work at such a great company.
Transaction Processing Representative III (Current Employee), Taylor Mill, KY – July 27, 2014
Pros: good pay, environment & benefits
Cons: mandatory overtime
Temperature controlled production environment. Fast-paced team-oriented work. Respectful management. Good benefits and pay. Hard to move upward because current employees are often overlooked for different positions because temporary employees currently performing in those areas are hired instead.
Gret working environment allowing potential personal growth.
full time employee (Former Employee), Merrimack, NH – July 22, 2014
Pros: learning new technology
Cons: not enough hours in a day.
Average workday began at Fidelity was very busy and usually included daily status updates on active projects. Usually the team members were very close and extremely helpful when resolving issues. The hardest part of the job was having to report back to senior management that a project may not be completed per target date.