Fidelity Investments plans to hire 200 in Jacksonville

It’s part of an accelerated effort to add 2,000 new workers nationwide.

  • By Max Marbut
  • | 12:10 p.m. April 13, 2020
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Fidelity Investments, a private diversified financial services firm, plans to accelerate the hiring of about 2,000 workers nationwide.

Fidelity Senior Manager of External Communications Myra Wooten said by email that about 200 of the new employees are planned to be hired in Jacksonville.

“We have seen unprecedented engagement from our individual clients as well as 401(k), 403(b), defined benefit and stock plan participants, all of whom are turning to Fidelity to help them navigate this challenging environment. In addition, Fidelity, with its strong brand and differentiated client value, has seen significant business growth from investors opening new accounts,” said Kathy Murphy, president of personal investing, in a news release.

Fidelity said it offers expedited hiring, onboarding and training, as well as work-from-home arrangements to ensure the safety of associates.

Fidelity recently adopted support and benefits focused on time, flexibility and new care services for associates, including time needed to manage unexpected home life events and COVID-19 screening and testing services for associates and their families.

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