Thread regarding Fidelity Investments layoffs

Very cautious about expressing opinions

Here it seems best to always hold back your opinion. So that my superior would not accidentally think that I was disagreeing with him, I resort more and more to not expressing my opinion at all. Being too opinionated at Fido can mean the loss of a job or that they will put you under so much pressure that you will have to resign. I wish that wasn't true, but..

by
| 2249 views | | 5 replies (last )
Post ID: @OP+1fTJUUp0

5 replies (most recent on top)

I worked for fidelity for greater than 10 years.my manager stole my idea for online settlement of trades , along with the three page document that I created.he used it to boost two other managers.i was then transferred to another area and finally released from the company.l had many on the spot awards and had to fight fidelity just for unemployment benefits.fidelity uses and abuses their workers and when you get over forty they make your life miserable and then get rid of you like toilet paper.

by
|
Post ID: @Omjr+1fTJUUp0

Haha, I express my opinions freely and even yell back at bullying managers who yell at me.

Then again, im a protected class in the era of Woke so YMMV

by
|
Post ID: @6jhz+1fTJUUp0

I dont blame you. Just keep to yourself and consider it a paycheck. Fidelity has NOT been the same since they went WOKE a couple of years back.

by
|
Post ID: @6zwy+1fTJUUp0

This is true. Managers know that HR is not there to look out for employees, it's there to look out for management. And they use that to great effect.

by
|
Post ID: @1lix+1fTJUUp0

Why would you work for a team like that? I know I don't.
The day my management decides it doesn't value our input is the day I'm out the door. Period. Wouldn't be the first time!

by
|
Post ID: @1gdl+1fTJUUp0

Post a reply

: