Mission: To connect the world through the most innovative, reliable and secure digital payment network that enables individuals, businesses, and economies to thrive.
Our vision is to be the best way to pay and be paid for everyone, everywhere.
I have been working at Visa Inc. full-time
Flat management structure, global brand, travel, diverse work, flexible work arrangements, high quality work culture, embraces diversity and is inclusive
High client demands relative to staffing levels leading to over work, can be bureaucratic and slow to act on things
Advice to Management
Change unwavering commitment to four party model, resist the urge to chase unprofitable business at the expense of better opportunities
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Visa Inc..
Applied on Visa's smartrecruiter page. Was contacted within a day with a hacker-rank challenge (2 questions, 90 minutes). That was followed by a 30-minute behavioral interview with the manager then an hour long technical interview with two senior engineers in the deparment. I was kept updated quiet frequently by the HR team and recieved a rejection email about a month after the technical interview
As we continue our celebration of women at Visa who #PressforProgress through the month of March, the subject of our second story in the series is Visa’s Country Manager in Cambodia, Monika Chum, who spoke to us about her passion for improving access to education and what drives her to inspire others. Read her story here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQwEW
At Visa, the entire month of March is dedicated to sharing the stories of women within the company and industry who “Press for Progress.” This week, our Chief Diversity Officer, Jolen Anderson, shared her thoughts about the real power of diversity and the need to redefine inclusion in order to foster the most innovative work environment. Check out the full article here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQjZf