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Fidelity Investments Inc., commonly referred to as Fidelity, earlier as Fidelity Management & Research or FMR, is an American multinational financial services corporation based in Boston, Massachusetts. It is one of the largest asset managers in the world with $2.46 trillion in assets under management as of March 2018 and a combined total customer asset value number of $6.7 trillion. Fidelity Investments operates a brokerage firm, manages a large family of mutual funds, provides fund distribution and investment advice, retirement services, Index funds, wealth management, cryptocurrency, securities execution and clearance, and life insurance.

A 2016 Reuters investigation by Tim McLaughlin identified multiple cases where F-Prime Capital Partners was able to make investments at a fraction of the price of Fidelity Investments. Because of SEC regulations, investments by F-Prime Capital Partners preclude Fidelity from making the same early investments. The investigation describes that this competition forces Fidelity to delay investing until later and at much higher prices than F-Prime Capital Partners, resulting in lower returns for Fidelity fund shareholders. Corporate governance experts have stated that the practice is not illegal, but that it poses a clear corporate conflict of interest. Fidelity spokesmen have stated that they are following all laws and regulations.

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labourer (Former Employee) says

"busted my hump for them for 5 months to be let go just before christmas so they could keep on worse workers who had only been there for weeks. Plus pay wasnt great."

Shipping and receiving manager (Former Employee) says

"No job security or advancement. Non professional managment"

Program Assistant (Former Employee) says

"best for person or persons with own car. if you are a people person and can communicate well with others, this is a great job for you.the travel is ok but you have to supply your own gas until the end of the season."

Telephone Associate (Former Employee) says

"Would have liked to have more hours and benefits as paid holidays, vacation, etc., however these were not available. Enjoyed the phone work interacting with people, as well as my employees. I had a great supervisors considerate to us. Cons: Short breaks"

Representante de ventas (Current Employee) says

"En general es bueno el ambiente laboral, nos medimos en base a metas y logros obtenidos, proyectos nuevos, automovil, prestaciones de ley y horarios flexibles. Cons: promocion a comisiones"

Consumer Sector Analyst (Former Employee) says

"I was recruited for the Sector Analyst position on retail after my MVI experience. Most of my time was spent working for the Vice Presidents in my sector. I would obtain data and run analyses as asked. I never left my desk. I felt that the job was over my head and left within a year because there was too much to do, no work to life balance for me at all and while I liked my work I had just too many Vice Presidents to support as the other analyst I worked with quit and he was not replaced. Cons: hours and work to life balance"