Only interetsed in Salary, Fannie Mae is your Company
Finance Manager (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – July 3, 2018
Good Pay and I believe that’s why people stay for so long. Its not the quality of the work, but the pay. Some departments are flexible with Work from Home benefits, while other departments aren’t as flexible.
Inclusive company but not including. Upper management lacks communication to employees, they lack people skills and they will “throw you under the bus” whenever it benefits them. The company lacks respect for many of its employees, as well as, value. There is no teamwork and little collaboration amongst the teams resulting in many employees/managers looking out for themselves. The attrition is high, impacting little to no training or some jobs not continuously being done. No structured mentoring program. Limited growth opportunities. No vision/strategic plan, therefore the company hire folks into positions with limited or no job scope and soon after release them due to budget constraints. Frequent organization changes or restructuring ( 2 reorg’s in 1.5 years) Finally, this company is extremely cliquey. As an experience manager working at other Fortune 500 companies, I have chosen to leave and return to a company that promotes communication, structured, enjoyable and respectful work environments.
Good Pay, Good Benefits
Managers lack people skills, no clear work structure (alot of loosely, goosey), no mentoring programs, poor internal communication between upper management and staffs, limited growth opportunties and the company lacks repect for its employees