Sr. Staff Web Engineer (Current Employee) – Highlands Ranch, CO – December 28, 2017
Training is typically on your own time using online tools such as pluralsight. These are nice to have. The benefits have stayed the same over the years with the exception of the pension being dropped as a benefit.
Business Analyst, Communications and Trainings (Former Employee) – Foster City, CA – December 22, 2017
Cover your own base. Work hard and do not let manager be micromanaging. Great company to work for. Management should recognize employees work and determination. Setting clear expectations for job role is imperative.
Senior Producer / Director / Photographer (Former Employee) – San Francisco, CA – December 20, 2017
This employer offers above average pay and benefits. However, the middle management isn't up to the task of managing talent. Manager's insist on daily ego stroking, devalues innovative thinking and is unable to accept an alternative point of view.
Sr. Customer Care Specialist (Current Employee) – Lehi, UT – December 14, 2017
My experience at Visa has been great! From day 1 with the recruiting process explaining who Visa is, what the culture is like, and the impact I would be able to make. The message has been very consistent. Visa really values collaborating with peers and focuses on us, as employees. This helps feel valued as an employee and value the job role. There are definitely times that we have to work hard to meet goals and expectations, but it makes me proud to see both my efforts and the efforts of those around me to come together. Visa is great about providing opportunites to help out in the community and develop my skills to blaze my on own trail. Visa is not just a job, Visa is family that I am proud to be a member of.
Benefits day 1, 401k!!, time off, leadership, collaboration, and being a Visa employee
Some systems and tools need to be improved, but this is being addressed from what I see and hear from the leadership team
Senior Executive Administrator (Former Employee) – New York, NY – December 14, 2017
Visa's NYC office is a great place to work. The office culture and people are friendly and collaborative. The staff are quite sharp and get things done quickly. There can be a disconnect between management and staff as how to best run the organization.
Hostile work environment with limited to no resources to excel, grow, and advance.
Project Analyst (Current Employee) – Foster City, CA – November 25, 2017
Negative environment created to put you in your place and make you stay there. No freedom for creativity and exploring new ways of doing things, executing process, and a culture that instills fear in breaking from the norm. Reprimanded for free-thinking and continuous contradicting feedback on a daily basis. If it wasn’t for the salary and a savings plan I’m on track for, I would have quit a month into the job.
The CEO is fantastic.
No breaks - expected to work through lunch at only half hour.
Cyber Security Specialist (Current Employee) – Silicon Valley, CA – November 21, 2017
You will have a large amount of work for mediocre pay, the road map to advancement is as fast as the individuals that quit ahead of you. Mgmt will lead you to believe it is equal opportunity when in reality it's not the case. Good luck
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Owings Mills, MD – November 7, 2017
visa is mostly interested in hiring employees who speak one or more languages, Portuguese , French , Italian , Spanish ,and Chinese. Otherwise when I had worked there the other employees were temporary.
I've worked in Oil & Gas for over 13 years, with all the instability I needed and wanted a change. Working at Visa has been great for me, I'm at the Austin location, so the negative reviews are crazy to me. My manager is awesome, the team I work with are all pleasent, even those I don't work with down to the janitorial staff are friendly. My only concern is that it's contract for me and I continuously pray it doesn't end. It's a refreshing new start!