Fidelity International


8.9 / 10

(based on 12 ratings in 2016)


"It's generally quite relaxed in terms of hours and I usually work 8.00 am – 6.30 pm."
Graduate, London
"My hours tend to be 8.00 am – 6.00 pm (contracted hours are 9.00 am – 5.00 pm). If you need to leave early, this doesn't tend to be a problem."
Graduate, London
"Compared to the rest of the finance industry, I'd say our hours are pretty good!"
HR, Graduate, London
"You set your own work hours and are judged purely on the quality of your output, from what I can see so far. Long hours are not mandatory but may be self-imposed if you feel you want to do a good job and that's what it'll take."
Graduate, London
"Hours are very flexible – I work until I get tired. This can be anything between eight and fourteen hours in a day."
Graduate, London


"Hours are fairly standard (8:30am until 5/6:00pm) but this can vary dependent on rotation. You do have the chance to work from different offices/home if required."
Graduate, London
"I am contracted to do maximum of 40 hours per week, but often work more as and when I need to. The flexibility of the hours depends on the department that you are working in."
Graduate, London
"In terms of the hours you work, there is some room for flexibility, but it depends on the department you work within and can also be influenced by transport links."
Graduate, London
"In my current role my hours are not flexible at all, which can be a bit annoying but it does limit overtime a bit."
Graduate, London
"On average I work 8.5 hours per day. There can be peaks of workload, but those can be levelled out in quieter periods. There is usually no problem if I have to start later or leave early sometimes."
HR, Graduate, Kronberg, Germany
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