The Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation (FHLMC), also known as Freddie Mac, is a government-sponsored enterprise created in 1970 to broaden the secondary market for mortgages in America. Business lines include Single-Family Credit Guarantee, for home loans, Multifamily, for apartment financing, and Investment, for investment activity around mortgages and other related assets.
Employees report that they receive six weeks of paid maternity leave and three weeks paid paternity leave. Depending on your position, there are many work from home options available, and employees receive 401(k) matching up to six percent.
People who work at the company like that there is a "good work/life balance, on-site gym, and smart, hard-working people." There are also restaurants on campus and "tons of training opportunities." Some find that there are "frequent reorganizations," and there is "job uncertainty" in the current market, but many think that Freddie Mac is "a great place to work." – less