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Structured work environment. Great brand
BUSINESS LEADER, PRODUCT AND BRAND MARKETING (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 19, 2014
Pros: strong global brand
Cons: structured environment
Great brand. Good people. Little creative freedom to develop campaigns locally but strong Global assets to leverage.
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Very engaging teammates, and fun atmosphere
Internship (Former Employee), Cairo, ONJanuary 31, 2014
Pros: friendly atmosphere
Cons: long hours
As an Intern, i was introduced to all of the positions in the company. I personally worked in the public relations team. Being part of this team allowed me to feel how a second family would feel like; working together to achieve the same goal while motivation one and the other to achieve the best.
The mangers were all very friendly, and were beyond helpful when it came to training and tasks.
I would defiantly work there again in a heart beat.
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TBD
Executive Assistant (Current Employee), Toronto, ONNovember 9, 2013
Pros: colleagues, work/life balance, salary
Cons: tbd
Coming from the public sector I have learned alot of in my role regarding the private finanial sector.
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Visa Payment System
CSR II (Former Employee), PhilippinesOctober 8, 2013
Pros: multi national clients
Cons: pay
Working with the Lost and Stolen Dept has provided me opportunity to work with all nationalities thru phone call received in resolving their concerns and provide service they require in terms of their lost/stolen Visa cards.
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Best experience marketing
Brand Marketing Specialist (Former Employee), MoscowSeptember 8, 2013
Pros: fitness refund, high standards of corporate culture
Cons: meeting the deadlines restricted by the headquarters
working with budgeting and finance
managing premium segment
having friendly talk with colleagues
team spirit
international business trips

hardest thing- meeting the deadlines restricted by the headquarters
meeting the internal policy in fast moving environment at local market
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Productive and very close team
Project Co-ordinator?Personal Assistant to Manager (Former Employee), Bellville, WCJanuary 22, 2015
Pros: a great vibe
Cons: due to company retrenchments, as contractors we left first, but would love to have stayed on
A very enjoyable place to work, although it was a contract position, I felt part of the family, as most of us were contract workers, I had the most awesome Manager and we learned a lot from one another
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AbInitio developer with Unix and sql skills
Senior Software engineer (Former Employee), Foster City, CAJanuary 21, 2015
Worked in Loyalty program in Visa International. Worked with different loyalty programs such as VINCIR, TAQC, Sweepstakes. etc. VINCIR is an Incentive program with the objective of providing selected merchants the ability to have greater and more targeted access to selected Visa cardholders. TAQC is designed to provide benefits to cardholders in terms of loyalty point or cash back based on the norms defined as per the sponsoring organization.
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Great place to work !
SENIOR PROJECT MANAGER (CONSULTANT) (Former Employee), Foster City, CAJanuary 21, 2015
Visa Inc., is a wonderful place to work. Worked there as a Consultant and a Permanent Employee on over several years. Worked in Customer Service, Product Office, and the VDPS team.
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Management Lacks Direction
Solution Architect (Current Employee), Boulder, COJanuary 13, 2015
Pros: great compensation packages
Cons: direction
advancing projects is near impossible. direction by management is inconsistent if ever available.
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Tech days.
Network Technician (Current Employee), Higlands Ranch, COJanuary 12, 2015
Cons: long hours.
Normally go in At 6:00 am and right when we hit the floor we start with the same thing every day. We start keeping attention to our applications to check that communications between issuers, acquirers and us are working properly.

Management is always behind scenes unless something goes wrong and not a lot of communication except via IM or emails. Co-workers are always very busy to interact with the others.

Last but not least and if any, the hardest part of the job is the long hours at the office and somehow the fact that we have no external light but understand that is because of security.
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goos place to work
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), miami, flJanuary 10, 2015
Whether it’s about possible job duties, a potential start date or simply timing for the second interview, stressing your flexibility makes you easy to get along with.

Hiring managers don’t like complications, and having to coordinate complicated schedules or haggle over a job description eventually just makes you look difficult. While you certainly don’t want to be a pushover -- and “flexible” shouldn’t define your salary negotiation -- show your potential employer that you’re interested in results that work for everyone.
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Salaried employees are treated well, while hourly employees are just numbers.
Customer Support Representative (Former Employee), American Fork, UTJanuary 9, 2015
Pros: benefits
Cons: politicking, mistreatment of employees, underpaid after being hired on, extremely hard to deal with management
Visa is a very good company to work for IF you are in management. If you're unfortunate enough to be hourly, then you are just another replaceable number who can and will be let go for no warning or reason.
The hardware and software you are expected to utilize is always broken and completely outdated. Which makes the daily overload of responsibilities impossible and punishment is fast and severe for falling behind.
The environment is very hostile towards hourly employees as they talk about cutting the bottom line expenses to maximize profits, but the only people who seem affected, are the employees at the bottom of the food chain who actually do the work. Which is why the bonus structure and raise structure of management is closely guarded from hourly employees so they can't see just how badly they are being under appreciated and underpaid by comparison.
The politicking that goes on at Visa is outrageous and blatant.
They will reel you in with a decent enough starting pay as a CSR1, but then the raise structure after that is absurd.
If you have the guts to approach HR about the immoral practices and favoritism, you'll find a final written warning with your name on it waiting for you, as Management looks after their own.
If you enjoy being another completely replaceable number in an environment where people are commodities to be discarded for no reason, this is the place for you.
Unless you can get on in a salary position, this is a horrific place to be employed.
In talking to most other hourly employees, this is how they feel also, they are just too scared to say anything about it as reprisals are fast, severe, and final.
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Very friendly and coperative work culture
Abinitio MDH Devaloper (Current Employee), Reading, ENGJanuary 9, 2015
it’s very nice to work with in this company. The work culture support is enormous. There is much scope to learn both technically and business wise.
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Good Work Culture
Senior Product QA Engineer (Current Employee), CaliforniaJanuary 8, 2015
A place where hardwork, excellence and dedication results in the payment experience of the consumers.
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Nice, Innovative company leading the payments world
Client Consulting Manager (Current Employee), SingaporeJanuary 1, 2015
Visa is the market leader by far in the consumer payments world. The company is very innovation and future focused with a lean structure. Work is great and so is the work-life balance. However, there are frequent restructures and despite lean structure, it can be challenging to work across teams.
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Super Nice Job in SF
Strategic Sourcing - Buyer (Former Employee), San Mateo, CADecember 20, 2014
Great Location super nice people beautiful buildings.
I handled their Care Program contracting process.
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Dismissive
Account Manager (Consultant) (Current Employee), Highlands Ranch, CODecember 16, 2014
Visa treats its contractors very pooly. I wonder what its like to be an employee?
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Process-based, very organized
InfoSec Specialist (Former Employee), Forster City, CaliforniaDecember 15, 2014
Pros: large, mature
Cons: non-flexible
Large company with mature business rules and resources, managers are seasoned, well-trained, usually got MBA from big universities.
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good
Associate Director India and South Asia (Current Employee), Mumbai, MHDecember 13, 2014
Pros: good people
Cons: some basic processes
Start early which is good. Good Co workers. Great office
Good management
Some proceeses to be followed which is good in a way. Fun people to be with here
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Fast paced with a lot of room to grow.
Customer Service Lead Representative (Former Employee), Miami, FLDecember 12, 2014
During my time there I was able to quickly gain a lot of knowledge on many different aspects of the call center. There was a lot of room for growth for anyone willing to learn.

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