Fraud Support Associate (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 18, 2019
Great Company. Fast Paced. Pays Great but Job may be overwhelming for those who cant handle a fast paced environment. Shift Availability upon entering the Job may not be the schedule you will want or end up being easy to adjust to.
Product Manager for Fraud Detection Products (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI and worked from home as well – January 15, 2019
I worked in various jobs at FIS, but most if the time I was a Product Manager. The job gave me ample opportunities to excel at what I did. My products were Deposit Account Fraud, ACH Fraud, and Wire Fraud. I worked with user groups. I also worked with the analytics people and found it very interesting. The job of management in our division and group was very well done. The most enjoyable part of the job was my ability to excel in the things I liked to do. If I had it to do again I would.
Fraud Analyst (Former Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – January 15, 2019
Good place for doing your job and going home. Not really any opportunities for advancement and management was generally chaotic at best; my department was shuffled through 3 managers in about 4 months before being acquired by an outside company. The benefits were great though: full medical, dental, and vision with additional 401K and employee stock options. Overall the people who work there are quite friendly in passing and the cafeteria had decent rotating options.
Executive Assistant to Division Executives (Former Employee) – Brown Deer, WI – January 15, 2019
When I first started working at M&I Corporation, I then went to M&I Mortgage, then Metavante (an entity of M&I) it was the most fantastic place to work. Once FIS acquired Metavante (which became public), it went downhill. The communication was non existent. I still worked with the same group for a many years and it was okay because we worked very well together. Change is good if it is communicated to the individuals that it effects. The last couple years have been like walking on eggshells as you didn't have job security as they were letting people go left and right. I was fortunate as my job was eliminated and had nothing to do with my work production or ethics.
Product Support Representative (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – January 11, 2019
The work environment was very laid back. Most people who work there are professionals and mind their own business. For some unknown reason Ive been blocked from being employed there and no one can explain why or admit it.
My coworkers and clients were the most enjoyable part of the job. Typical day at work included many emails and phone calls, scheduled monthly calls with clients, and meetings with team members. The hardest part of the job was long hours - I had many 10 to 12 hour days I learned a great deal about FIS products and who to contact regarding issues with each product, how to work with clients and team members, and how to work efficiently in order to meet deadlines.
Chargeback Associate I & II (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – January 8, 2019
absolutely do your best to find anywhere else to work. I know some disgruntled employees vent on here about their position but I am imploring to please do yourself a favor and find somewhere else to work.
pay, management, mandatory OT flexibility, work/life balance
embosser (Current Employee) – Romeoville, IL – January 7, 2019
FIS is a very team driven and flexible company. The management team is very helpful and the work environment is very safe and work steady. The most enjoyable part of the job is the interaction and relationships I have garnered with my fellow employees.
Good benefits, but no opportunities for advancement
Sr. Network Engineer (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – January 6, 2019
The opportunities for promotion are limited.Managers must broaden career discussions to help show employees how their work on specific projects can add to a person’s portfolio of skills and be upfront about it. Whether they understand it or not, employees need motivation to work hard.
A great company to work for with lots of leadership and experience. Everyone is friendly and willing to help each other.
Billing Contract Financial Analyst (Current Employee) – Brown Deer, WI – January 2, 2019
The work is challenging and rewarding but everyone that works there is willing to help. The culture is great there is a mixture of newer younger employees with older more experience employees. The one thing you need to lie about a company is you need to be ready for change.
Software Test Analyst Specialist (Former Employee) – Milwaukee, WI – December 31, 2018
FIS is an OK company to work for. There currently is a pattern of multiple reorganizations, and there has also been an overboard use of non-US employees. The company is behind technologically and trying to catch up which has resulted in a lot of layoffs.
Full Stack Web Developer (Former Employee) – Maitland, FL – December 27, 2018
Balanced work and personal lifestyle with an appreciation for their employees through gifts and many fun events to make working at FIS enjoyable. Meetings are organized and allows for work to be of best performance.
Business System Analyst (Current Employee) – Saint Petersburg, FL – December 14, 2018
One of my favorite perks (out of the many) that I enjoy from working FIS is the work/life balance. My experience has been amazing in this sense and has really made a positive impact in my personal life, as well as making things easier for my work life. I feel that management really concern themselves with the culture and how employees feel by taking in input provided by us.
Lead Manual Processor/Quality Assurance Clerk (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – December 14, 2018
this is ultimately a great job to work at especially with all the overtime they offer and also there is a lot to do each and every day. overall I would say the management would need to work more on understanding situations that may come up.