Good place to work, little chance of advancement though
Senior Systems Administrator/Technical Lead (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 22 August 2018
Generally, it's a good place to work in. People are generally nice and helpful, made a few good friends. Travel opportunity is high (US and EU). Management is OK, not the best not the worst either. Salary/benefits is above industry average. But there's little chance of advancement/promotion, unless you're thick with the Executives. Merit-based promotion is very rare.
Procurement Manager (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 13 August 2018
- The typical day at work is Contacting Stakeholders of the current projects, Vendors selections, placing orders, reviewing contracts, reviewing budget... -I learned so much through the provided training throughout the Company(ex London UK, Montreal..), and through University courses. -Friendly management. - Workforce culture is good. Employees are friendly and approchable. -The hardest part of the job is dealing with so many Entities throughout the world and tracking down so many projects. -The most enjoyable part is meeting the stakeholders of the projects internally and externally .
Global Member Services (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 23 June 2018
Paysafe group has evolved from the merging of many different companies involved in the online gaming/gambling and payment processing around the world.
If you're looking for a place where you can move around, try out different departments and advance, this place is great. The culture is good and in another sense, there are a lot of cultures there because most people start out as CSR's and it's necessary to have language support for 20+ languages around the world as it's a global company.
Good management, typically young
If you don't have the drive to advance, you'll get passed over
Lots of pressure working for Paysafe, things are not always organized, and people are not happy since the company has been sold. Global company with lots of pressure and high turn around for employees.
Senior Web Graphic Designer (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 3 August 2017
Overall, working for Paysafe was pretty good. They were good with keeping a work/life balance. "As long as you got your job done" is all they cared about. when 5pm rolled around, you were told to go home. Also a great group of people to work with.
Senior Business Development Manager (Former Employee) – Victoria, BC – 30 January 2017
Good place to work but recommend being local to the Montreal office.
The company does not have international processing capabilities unless you work with their e-wallet, Neteller. However the rate for Neteller is high for standard merchants looking to accept payments online. No North American mobile processing although they will say they do.
Working remotely puts you at a disadvantage in this corporation while they still focus on those local to Montreal.
Recovery Specialist and Member Security (Former Employee) – Calgary, AB – 1 June 2016
Ensured the safety and security of client holdings, tenants and visitors to the assignment area in a professional, courteous manner. Enforced site rules and regulations of establishments. Worked effectively under pressure in a physically demanding environment with attention to detail, critical thinking with excellent job task planning and organization.
Fraud Detection Specialist (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 20 November 2015
A typical day at work usually includes large volume of work and having the need to multitask and operate efficiently. Any room for laziness and lack of help from teammates can lead to queues/volume of work falling behind. Teamwork and individual responsibilities are key for the success of the department and company as a whole. Management needs to worry less about micro management and more about individual contribution to the team and the efficiency of the team as a whole.