Fidelity International Rolls Out Dynamic 'Working' Policy

Fidelity International Rolls Out Dynamic 'Working' Policy

Fidelity International has announced 'dynamic working' policy for employees globally to offer the flexibility to balance home and office working.


With this, the company aims to offer employees a working environment which they enjoy and where they feel supported and valued. 

The dynamic working policy is the latest addition to a suite of recently added employee benefits including Family Care leave and Enhanced Parental leave.

Dynamic working means that the majority of Fidelity International's employees will have flexibility in managing their own working pattern:  flexibility in where they work and flexibility in when they work. Although, some of the roles are location dependent or require pre-defined hours, which are driven primarily by client needs, this new way of working aims to give employees as much flexibility as possible. The company's offices will remain important centres of community, collaboration, creativity and learning.

Anne Richards, CEO, Fidelity International, comments: "Over the course of the last year, many things have changed in our daily lives and one of those is the way we work. We have learned that we can adapt brilliantly as individuals and as teams and run our business in a way that we never imagined possible."


"Our employees have told us that they value having more choice and flexibility about where and when they work. They also want the opportunity to meet their colleagues, learn from their peers and be part of the buzz of the office. Based on this feedback, we will continue to evolve our office spaces to give all employees the chance to come together and to help foster creativity and collaboration.

"Having satisfied employees leads to satisfied clients so we believe this is a real and positive step change for our people, our clients and our business.  It is also an iterative process and we will continue to listen, learn and build on our experience from the last year."


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