Lot of bureaucracy and people with different ethnic origin are treated low
Analyst (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 13, 2017
Worst patching management
talks change but it never happens if you are nice people just take you for granted treat people very badly who join from different company the division and team I work in is worst I have ever seen where people are unprofessional and use bad words
Regret leaving my previous job and joining here Trying to leave very soon loyal workers are ignored and if you r not white then you are not taken seriously at all and are not given a chance to come up on the team
People who are there for more number of years are considered gods and are manipulative
All in all very worst team to work for
As a company it pays well and the new ceo is changing allot
Job as a Client Service Representative and as a Project Manager
Project Manager (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 12, 2017
A typical day at work consisted of multiple meetings and client calls. Issue and projects resolution in order to maintain clients satisfied. I had to translate to Spanish speaking clients, to programmers, and to Business Analysts to have a clear understanding of client's needs. The most enjoyable part of the job was knowing the job (projects) were completed on time and accurately. The hardest part of the job was prioritizing tasks for multiple clients.
Great teams to work with.
Due to monetary adjustments within the Company, I ha to retire, and I was not ready to retire yet.
The leadership in the FOTS division doesn't pass information to the employees on a regular basis. This leads to mass confusion and poor performance from Account Executives. The compensation plan has caused almost half of the sales force to leave with the other half currently looking to leave. There is no direction and the entire division is essentially lost in the woods.
Sr. DevOps / AWS Engineer (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – October 6, 2017
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Web Product Specialist (Current Employee) – Columbus, GA – October 2, 2017
Overall it is a good company to work for. Good benefits, flexible work schedule, employees are pretty good to work with. Hardest part of the job is dealing with the red tape when trying to implement new technology. Also when dealing with employees who are not willingly to adapt and change when new technology comes out.
Business Analyst (Current Employee) – Tempe, AZ – September 17, 2017
In 2016 TSYS acquired Transfirst and was launched into the top 10 list of Processors. This made a company in the mature operation stage of a company life's cycle regress back into an expansion stage. Changes are occurring in product offerings and management. I am certain that these changes will welcome in a new culture and better product delivery.
People centered, stable work environment, industry leader, profitable company.
Although there is a lot of upward mobility, progression through the corporate ladder can take some time.
Fraud Analyst (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – September 13, 2017
The Call Center leadership does not care about the staff. They only care about filling seats to answer calls. They show favoritism and it is hard to advance. It is a stressful job with low morale. The management team is horrible.
Fraud analyst (Former Employee) – Columbus, GA – September 12, 2017
I enjoyed working for Tsys for the years that I remained. The job was pretty easy as far as finding fraud trends and communicating with customers. The work environment was decent a bit competitive. I struggled trying to move up at times because others who knew people higher up seemed to move quicker than those who had more experience in the matter. But it was a job that I would recommend to others.
Great community of employees
hours were different and late and holidays off were seldom.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – September 6, 2017
There is little to no chance to advance within the company in the specific location that I work in. The management is little to none. There's not direct human resource representative anymore, no training department, and most of the supervisors as well as assistant director has left or has been asked to resign. There is a shortage of employees and due to the lack of communication and organization, a lot of employees have left for better job opportunities.
Fraud Analyst /Chargeback Specialist (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – September 1, 2017
This job gave you the opportunity to move up in the company. Tsys provided a fun and enjoyable work environment. Working in fraud gave a different experience that I've never had before. The work load gets excessive from time to time but the work was always completed.
Call Center Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – McDonough, GA – August 24, 2017
Call center work isnt for everyone but if you dont mind it, it will be great for you. Everything is awesome except for the low pay. Ive learned alot about credit cards, how they work, and how to build credit.