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 worked at Visa Inc. full-time (More than a year)
Challenging and interesting job in multinational environment.
True mechanistic bureaucracy. HR function is not employee oriented.
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I applied through a recruiter. The process took 4+ weeks. I interviewed at Visa Inc..
I'm a computer science major. Saw their booth at a career fair and talked to a bunch of recruiters. Had interview at the conference the next day-- probably the most laid back interview I've ever had. A few behavioral questions and then it just became about the company and the work I could be doing.
Worked with HR to set up another phone interview in the department I'd be working in. She asked me one or two difficult technical questions, but mostly just talked about Visa and gauged my interest level. I got a call saying I got the job a few days later. Whole process took around a month. Currently getting a pretty extensive background check and waiting to hear more.
CS, math majors, and engineers: apply here! They're looking for people who can program and who have strong math backgrounds. Never had Visa on my radar, but they have a lot of opportunities that pay very well. I got a great vibe from the people I met, everyone seems passionate about their job, the employees are diverse, and I truly enjoyed speaking to everyone. I turned down other offers from big names in software because I liked the people and I felt they really care about the growth of their interns. I'm excited to work there this summer.
Didn't even need to negotiate... they're paying for my housing and flights and paying me $25/hr
We’re so proud of the impact Jolen Anderson, Visa’s Senior Vice President, HR, and Chief Diversity Officer, has made and look forward to seeing her continue to champion diversity and inclusion at Visa. This week, Forbes included Jolen on their list of 11 Women Who Are Changing The Face Of Finance. Read the full article here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQhZr
Visa's Chief Diversity Officer, Jolen Anderson was featured in Entrepreneur Magazine helping to correct and dispel the myths about Diversity & Inclusion hiring. "Inclusion starts with the right leadership behavior. " Read more here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQhFy