Latitude 36 Contractor (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – October 9, 2015
A typical work day at Visa. Daily meetings with account management team and management. Daily account management of new task and prior working tasks with financial institutions. Daily email and phone communication with clients, management and operations to complete standing client questions, outstanding issues, data delivery issues and complete and incomplete client implementations.
Call Center Agent (Former Employee) – doral fl – April 12, 2013
working with visa was good experience for me. i learned to work with over 100+ coworkers to me time went by fast some manager wasnt so understand but sometime they will work with u. the hardest part was when it was time to go to lunch u have 30 mins to eat and i was pregnant lol .
Customer Service (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – July 18, 2012
From the working environment to management this is a top notch employer. The turnover rate is high only due to the loss and acceptance of new clients by the company. Once a contact is fulfilled with a client most employees hired for the client will have to be release and only a small fraction stay if any.
THE OFFICE LOCATED IN OWINGS MILLS,MD WAS LIKE A SLAVE SHIP. I MADE GOOD MONEY THERE BUT I HATED MY JOB FOR 3 YEARS STRAIGHT. THE MANAGERS WERE RUDE AND DISRESPECTFUL. AND WHEN I REALIZED ALL THEY WERE CONCERNED ABOUT WAS US MAKING THEM MONEY, THATS ALL I BEGAN TO BE CONCERNED ABOUT MAKING MY PAYCHECK.
WebSphere MQ / Datapower / WMB Specialist (Current Employee) – Foster City, CA – September 5, 2012
working hours are flexible learnt a lot things over here the management is of top notch had a great comfort level working with coworkers the hardest part of the job is managing multiple projects at the same time. the most enjoyable is i like my work in my job
-The job sucks and the management makes it works -Misinformed, manipulative, and incompetent management -Some people in management and agents are really good people but rules make it hard for them to do anything to help.
Great place to work but lots of red tapes to go thru and makes the process alot harder than it should be. The most enjoyable part of the job is the opportunity to meet people from all over the world and learning the different cultures.
Operations Manager / Solution Platform (Current Employee) – Foster City, CA – March 30, 2015
Focus on empowering of all individuals, clarity of purpose from management, talented people, always room to grow. Reasonable work / life balance and plenty of training. If you don't have a particular skill that is needed for a job, they get you the skills.
I loved my time at Visa. It is an amazing place to work. While the company trends toward multiple reorgs, the practice reflects senior management's desire to improve the organization, continually striving to increase performance and decrease costs while creating an excellent environment for employees, consultants, and customers alike.
Undisclosed (Current Employee) – Foster City, CA – October 21, 2015
Constant unproductive change is the name of the game. Innovation does not exist here. Too much stuff happens behind the scenes. I don't know how any one can feel a piece of mind in a place where they are not valued or heard.
Sr. Global Operational Regulations Analyst (Former Employee) – Miami, FL – January 28, 2013
A true global operation that toucheds the daily lives of most people in the face of the earth than any other I have been associated with. Your work there really means something. Will like to get back in the future.
Building Engineer (Current Employee) – Foster City, CA – August 17, 2015
The company has great benefits. Retirement is nice, as is the free shuttle. Trying to change company culture with pool table and ping pong table on site as well as open communication. Company provides continuous training for their employees so your skills do not get outdated.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Highlands Ranch, CO – September 23, 2012
-Multiple shifts, 8 hours/day. -Patience, professionalism, multi-tasking. -Keep on top of your own job performance by communicating often with respected supervisors -Friendly, social, teamwork -Remain professional with disgruntled customers!! -Wonderful compensation and employee appreciation
Customer Service Rep (Former Employee) – Miami – August 25, 2015
When tax season comes around it's a great place to work. A LOT of overtime. that's the good part. The bad Part is everyone can be mean and in your business. Just do your job and you will keep your sanity.