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FNZ

3.9
  • #13 in Technology
  • 1,000 - 50,000 employees

FNZ Reviews

Based on 13 surveyed graduates working at FNZ. Read on to get an insider’s view on life as a graduate.
3.9
Based on 13 reviews

Pros & Cons

  • On the job learning and development opportunities.
  • Everyone in this company willing to help
  • The atmosphere is great, it is really undervalued how great it is to work with people your own age. Additionally, there is a lot of support to aid you in your job.
  • Interesting, diverse people, lots of social events, nice office, work is challenging, good pay
  • Flexibility and being in a complex environment with driven and good natured people so there is lots to learn
  • Overtime work encouraged.
  • The work can be tedious and lack variation. There can be a lot more fixing than adding, but that is entirely dependent on what platform you are on.
  • Pressure during crunch time
  • I only wish I had been given a bit more of an indication of the languages and skills I'd use on a daily basis. The learning curve could have been softened if I had known ahead of time and could have prepared better pre-first day.
  • Can be very overwhelming at the start

What Insiders Say

7.2
Career Prospects
7.2
Career Prospects
Proving that you have good work ethic and are outstanding at what you do. Those are the 2 main things to move up the ranks, and if you are outstanding in both, you will quickly be noticed and can move up the ranks fairly quickly.
6.8
Corporate Social Responsibility
6.8
Corporate Social Responsibility
We get volunteer leave, donation matching and a lot of charity events.
8.3
Culture
8.3
Culture
The culture within FNZ is very accepting and inclusive. Naturally, there are levels of seniority but I have never felt there is a hierarchy which makes socialise with other very easy in and outside of the office.
8.9
Diversity
8.9
Diversity
Diversity and inclusion working group in place with D&I morning teas to report on progress.
7.5
Satisfaction
7.5
Satisfaction
There is a lot to learn, and quickly. This makes the work initially exciting but the scope can get limited unless you push to be involved with different technologies and problems. Day-to-day usually involves churning through whatever issues/tasks you have been assigned, whether fixing or adding to the platform you are working on.
7.9
Management
7.9
Management
Managers are all easy to approach but as someone starting out this is left almost completely up to the new employee when it might be helpful to have someone more actively train you in the first week or so
9.2
Office Work Environment
9.2
Office Work Environment
Brand new modern office, nice and open plan. Dress code is "come as you are" which encourages you to dress how you feel most comfortable at work.
8.1
Recruitment
8.1
Recruitment
The process was very good. After applying for the role, the assessments rolled out. These were speed tests for a range of areas including math and logic. For my role, there was only one interview.
8.7
Salary
8.7
Salary
For an intern and graduate role, the job is incredibly well paying.
6.5
Training
6.5
Training
There is a frequent amount of training seminars, and a lot of documentation of skills and the technologies used. However, there is a lack of structure when it comes to graduate training that may be found at another company.
8.1
Work Hours
8.1
Work Hours
You are not restricted to the 9-5 and hours can be worked when they best suite you. This includes breaking your day up to do activities during the day.
6.1
Sustainability
6.1
Sustainability
Not much that I've seen, except we do try to recycle as best we can.