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- CEOAlfred F. Kelly, Jr.
- Company sizemore than 10,000
- Revenuemore than $10B (USD)
- IndustryFinancial Services
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Worked in a support role for 5+ years, and enjoyed being part of such a well-known company. Wasn't encouraged to advance career-wise, and not seriously considered for roles above what I was doing. I got the sense that they didn't want to lose people in the department rather than promote.
Support Analyst in Ashburn, VA
on November 25, 2020
Come here if you want to coast, not great for learning and the company in general tends to be a bit dysfunctional due to the organizational structure.
Product Manager in San Francisco, CA
on September 10, 2021
A secure job with a good work-life balance. Good if you have kids who need a life with decent pay. Management is good, caring, and supportive. Work can challenging but depends on the group you work for.
Director, Product Management in Foster City, CA
on August 18, 2021
On the surface Visa makes a big deal about moving within the company, but in reality the only people that move up in ranks are those who have close ties to leadership. I had seen people getting promoted to management positions that had absolutely 0 relatable experience, and what is worst is that they emulated the micromanaging techniques of their leader that got them in that position.
Sales in Foster City, CA
on July 27, 2021
I worked 60 and 70 hour weeks in a high paced and high pressure work environment. Working with sums of money and transaction volumes that monumentally large is inherently stressful. There is no room for mistakes. They are one of the few companies that I have worked for that take data security very seriously, and rightly so. I've seen them terminate someone for not following the rules to secure his laptop. The benefits were so good that you wouldn't want to leave. At least that was how it was some years ago. Do you want to be a big fish in a little pond? Or grow to be a huge fish in the ocean?
Lead QA Engineer in Foster City, CA
on June 20, 2021
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