Top Workplaces: Financial services firm is No. 4 large workplace - Albuquerque Journal

Top Workplaces: Financial services firm is No. 4 large workplace

Marcos Romero participates in Junior Achievements JA in a Day program at Grant Middle School in Albuquerque. (Courtesy of Fidelity Investments) gporter@abqjournal.com Mon Aug 09 09:55:04 -0600 2021 1628524503 FILENAME: 1932278.jpg

Rank: No. 4, large workplace category.

Description: Fidelity Investments, which employs 900 New Mexicans, holds $7.8 trillion in assets and boasts a financial services relationship with about one-fourth of the country’s population. The privately held company has been appeared on the Journal’s Top Workplaces list five times.

From the Organization: “At Fidelity Investments, we understand there’s more to a job than the job,” company leaders wrote. “As a private, purpose-driven company, it’s our associates who fuel our passion for customers, and in turn, we’re obsessed with the associate experience to support the total lives of associates so they can thrive in and out of work. That obsession includes the constant pursuit of uncovering and reacting to what’s on the hearts and minds of our employees. Through conversations and feedback from formal surveys, we continually evolve our support to help employees thrive while working or living their lives.”

From the Employees: “I enjoy what I do,” one employee wrote. “I’m very passionate about helping my Hispanic/Latino community. It allows me to make a big impact in their retirement.”


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