Fidelity Security Group
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Fidelity Security Group Employee Review

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2,0
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27 March 2019
A big company that has played a pivotal role in securing businesses, homes,schools and individuals, with potential to do more. Also employs a big number of people given the unemployment rate in the country.
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2,0Work/Life Balance
2,0Salary/Benefits
1,0Job Security/Advancement
3,0Management
2,0Culture
Pros
30 min to 45mins lunch
Cons
12 hour shifts
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