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- "Benefits are great and Fidelity is making a solid attempt to be more focused on the associate work/life balance." (in 2295 reviews)
- "They don't want you to work OT so you have a good work life balance working 40 hours a week" (in 983 reviews)
- "The people are great and they do a lot to make the interns feel included and connected" (in 751 reviews)
- "Great culture and very helpful individuals." (in 629 reviews)
- "The Pay was good compared to the S. Ohio / N. Kentucky area as a whole." (in 551 reviews)
- "Management is bad also the policies not that great" (in 344 reviews)
- "Low salary and not flexible" (in 303 reviews)
- "a good manager and a bad one here affects ur motivation to do the same exact thing over and over again" (in 302 reviews)
- "Long hours and not flexible" (in 102 reviews)
- "Although a female chairman there are not enough women on middle and upper management" (in 98 reviews)
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- 2.013 Apr 2010Project ManagerFormer EmployeeNorth Smithfield, RI
Decent benefits and nice facilities.
Very autocratic management style. Senior management would send their grandmothers packing if they thought it would fatten their bonuses. Little room for diversity. If you wish to stay as long as possible, opt for a lobotomy ASAP.3
- 3.05 Mar 2015Director of EngineeringFormer Employee, more than 10 yearsBoston, MA
Good products and diverse markets lead to strong revenue and stability. There is a lot of software in use within the company and therefore lots of technology jobs - though there is pressure on them.
Senior Management is busy playing politics and trying to position themselves for personal gain instead of doing what is best for the internal customers. IT is being pinched due to less than stellar product revenues and management is holding on to an overweight organization instead of streamlining and making things more efficient to deliver business value.