Midlevel Software Developer (Current Employee) – Alpharetta, GA – June 23, 2016
Like the place and Location. the Alpharetta branch is so up to date and you can use day's light all the day. Co worker is friendly and usually the hardest part of the job is formality and paper works and processes to bypass.
Production Generalist (Current Employee) – Indianapolis, IN – January 19, 2016
My typical day at work is managing several large client accounts to fulfill orders for credit and debit cards. I learned how to efficiently multitask different accounts and care for clients individually with the highest lever of customer care. I feel that management is always taking the time to assist as needed. My co-workers and I work well as a team and perform quality work as a result. I would say the hardest part of my job is to always ensure that I meet deadlines proficiently. I truly enjoy any challenge presented and beating said challenges as well as learning new information that I can use to utilize it for my job to the best of my abilities. I like to help with issues when someone is in need to help the company strive as a whole. I have climbed as high as I can within the company and although I enjoy my position I need be able to grow moreso within a new company for advancements.
Item Processing Specialist (Current Employee) – Norcross, GA – October 13, 2015
There are more good days than bad days. Everyone in my department get along ok. We've seen each other through the birth of grandchildren to the death of parents. Could not have asked for a better crew.
In my eyes there was no hard part.
The most enjoyable part is knowing someone is going to make you laugh before the day is over.
needs better communication from the top to the bottom
Stagnant Environment, Very weak HR support services , No accountability to staff
Customer Solutions Agent / Fraud Prevention (Current Employee) – Phoenix, AZ – October 3, 2015
It was a basic starting point into the industry, not much more than that! Initially this firm seemed like a professional environment however after 11 months of training and daily full time employment I have come to the conclusion that there are much more stable and well run professional firms out there for me to engage and formulate me a much better career future then what Fiserv offers.
Somewhat professional environment
Very weak & ineffective middle management & HR Support staff
Remittance Processor (Former Employee) – Chicago, IL – November 3, 2015
Opening and processing customers accounts is the typical day. Management was on hand to ask questions. My co-workers were very helpful in showing me the right way to do the work. The hardest part was trying to get to know all the accounts. The most enjoyable part was when my boss told me I was doing such a great job.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Atlanta, GA – October 26, 2015
This company is very top heavy with little focus on lower level employees. With several acquisitions, each business unit/location operates like a totally different company. There is a high turnover rate because of the culture.
Fiserv employed hardworking individuals, I can't say enough good things about the people I worked with, only that they are true professionals.
Senior Graphic Designer, Remote Employee (Former Employee) – New York, NY – September 28, 2015
Great place to work! I enjoyed my 16 years with them. Fiserv constantly reviewed it's position in the market place with a goal of being the number one company to deliver financial services to the industry
IT (Current Employee) – Michigan – October 26, 2015
The employees are good and has descent pay, but lacking care from upper management. They are live in a fantasy world where they think 2 people can take care of 100 clients and are unwilling to provide the tools necessary to accommodate clients.
Bad Medical plans, poor planning on company transitioning.