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  • FDM hosts events and networking opportunities worldwide, as well as granting achievement awards for exemplary work. We believe that rewarding our staff is important and our Consultants discover from day one that their time with us will be inspiring, engaging and exciting.

    The FDM community is focused on our dynamic, ambitious Consultants and we pride ourselves on providing a positive working environment where we can work together towards success.

    We have centers in vibrant cities from New York to Hong Kong. These integral business hubs epitomize our goal to inspire the next generation of IT and business professionals.

    FDM’s vision

    To inspire, motivate and facilitate the careers of tomorrow’s IT and business professionals globally. To be recognized as the leading provider of innovative and specialized IT and business services making us the ‘preferred choice’ in the market place.

    Our values

    • People – We are committed to our people
    • Motivation – We aim to be the best
    • Performance – We deliver beyond expectation
    • Energy – We thrive on activity
    • Integrity – We believe in who we are

    Equal opportunities and inclusion

    We are dedicated to promoting a diverse workforce that reflects our wider society. FDM is truly global in origin and outlook, with employees from over 40 nationalities working together as a team. We have a zero tolerance policy towards discrimination throughout all of our business activity whether this relates to race, nationality, religion, disability, gender, age, sexual orientation or any other such discrimination where an individual may feel marginalized.

    Our Veterans Initiative aims to bridge the gap between the military and the civilian workplace, giving veterans industry relevant training combined with vital experience to help them transition to successful careers as IT professionals.

    At FDM, we are committed to promoting women in IT, helping them to break through the glass ceiling and opening the pipeline to executive positions.