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FDM Group

  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

Culture at FDM Group

7.7 rating for Culture, based on 10 reviews
Please describe your company's culture both in the office and after hours. Let us know about the structure and hierarchy, cooperation and teamwork, and socialising amongst colleagues.
Work hard during hours and kick back, have drinks with colleagues on Friday evenings.
Graduate, Melbourne
The company promotes a 'Work Hard, Play Hard' culture, in which you're heavily rewarded for the amount you put in, but the company is rather process-driven, as opposed to outcome-driven - the 'Work Hard Play Hard' culture is promoted through extensive social events/activities that are organised including work drinks, games nights, etc.
Graduate, Sydney
I don't like the word culture because it inherently implies that people can't fit in. FDM is very inclusive and teamwork as well as socialising is encouraged.
Graduate, Sydney
The culture amongst consultants was pretty good.
Graduate, Sydney
Everyone is very polite and positive; the trainers want the best for the trainees and help them land placements with clients. The company is broken down into an account management team responsible for contacting clients who will take on the trainees, a recruitment team responsible for hiring new trainees, trainers training the different courses, and trainees themselves. Cooperation is always productive, and trainees generally get on and work well together.
Graduate, Sydney
Culture among trainees is very supportive both in and after hours. Pantry meeting is very useful in connecting trainees and the internal staff. Company culture feels very strict and disciplined, not reflective of real working environment e.g. HSBC, KPMG, ANZ culture lacks autonomy.
Graduate, Sydney
Surrounded by other great trainees. Trainers are good and care about your professional development. Sometimes the culture can feel a bit relaxed. Other times it can feel very strict. Social events bring everyone closer.
Graduate, Sydney