There are many benefits, however not sure if anything is exceptional. Recently FDM joined LSE so one can buy stocks
Average starting salary to start of with. It rises a bit for the 2nd year.
There really isn't a benefits package. There is nothing on offer to employees. They have the bare minimum in place and only offer a pension on the fixed part of the pay package of £20,000. So no matter what you earn above that, you will only receive pensions contributions on that initial £20,000.
Overall the benefits are very poor. If you include the on-site bonus, the top line figure is probably around the market average, however all consultant salaries are £20,000 and so this is the only sum you are actually guarantee, the bonus is at FDM's discretion. There are no benefits beyond the normal ones you'd expect to see in any large organisation, and the ones that exist are very poor as they're based on your basic salary rather than overall package including 'bonus' e.g. sick, paternity, special leave paid at basic rate only, employer pension contributions based on % of basic rate salary (employee pays 5%, FDM pays 4%).
FDM gives you the opportunity to gain access to companies that you would not have been able to get into through your own efforts only.
None at all. This company exploits students and it is not very fair. I wasn’t here long enough.
There is no benefit offered by FDM Group. It is the worst compensation package out of any company I have ever come across.
Good location, training is extensive
Not sure but I'm sure that there is one.
Where no benefits package, whats the need of discussing best or worst. You will come across some reviews for which FDM board level members will respond which clearly shows how fraudulent they are.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.