"I have worked for Visa as a systems engineer for almost 6 years, starting as a fresh college graduate. The bright, helpful minds at Visa made my transition into industry quite easy. Everyone is smart, the work is meaningful, and there is never a dull day at work!"
"I worked with VISA for 3 months as an intern. I felt that my peers had very good work ethics with a strong commitment and integrity towards their responsibilities. I was also privileged to have good mentors who guided me in the course of the projects thereby making its execution successful."
"I worked at Visa since 2019, and I found it to be a very diverse company with multiple teams."
"Working at visa is like working for a bank. It’s old school and very different than a startup. The culture is more strict and controlled which some people may find hard to adapt to of you are used to startup culture"
"Very good working environment and work-life balance"
"Good place, except Texas was a very hot place."
"great company and great people. The overall experience is great. however, sometimes you can feel like part of a big machine hard to push."
"Great place and a positive place to work."
"I love my job! Open to opportunities where I can put my skills to a stretch."
"Industry leader with good ethic for both clients and internal people."
"I have been working for Visa Data Platform for past 3 years now. I got a chance to work with some really good technologies and enhance my overall skillset as an Engineer. The overall quality of management can be improved. I have also heard great reviews about the Visa Data Products and the AI division based in Foster City."
"I believe the company is solid, with good work-life balance. However, compensation is on the lower end of normal in my opinion."
"I've been working for Visa since September. I really enjoy working with people on my team. Everyone is super friendly. In addition, I really enjoy collaborating with my teammates."
"Visa as a whole is a great company that takes care of its employees. There are great benefits and they emphasize work-life balance. I found that the work-life balance got in the way of progress. It's one thing to come in late (~10) but everyone left around 4 and took at least an hour for lunch. Progress was slow and then at deadlines, pressure from the planning team led to cutting corners. In addition, they claimed they would invest in their new hires through mentorship and experience with cutting-edge tech, but I found that people did not have the time or interest to mentor others and it was discouraged to learn anything technical outside of individual job focus."
"I have been working with VISA from 2016 and it has been a truly exhilarating experience. It has a challenging work culture which only serves to solidify one's career."
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