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  • CEO
    Alfred F. Kelly, Jr.
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  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
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  • Headquarters
    San Francisco Bay Area, California United States
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Customer Service Advisor in London, Greater London
on 19 May 2022
okay place to work
Love my job! Opportunities to progress if you want to and everything advertised internally first. If you want to be busy then ideal, if you want to be sat waiting for calls then you need to change your career. Yes, there are times when you can’t always get the shifts you want but plenty of times when you can, that’s what flexibility is, works both ways!!
Business Analyst in London, Greater London
on 20 May 2022
Very rewarding
I found the work culture very supportive, very friendly and understanding. There were many travel opportunities and a chance to job share. Love and admire the people that worked with me.
Sales Excellence Manager in London
on 13 April 2022
Sales Excellence Manager
good company to work forgreat benefits and pension schemeslow decision makingno progressionmanagement team takes ages to approve salarysome managers are micro-managers
Diversity and Inclusion Manager in Paddington, Greater London
on 2 March 2022
Great place to be
The foundation of a great workplace lies in a culture of trust and engagement that unites management and the workforce in a common vision that’s not only about success but that describes the type of organisation an employer wants to be. “We’re talking about very intentional, people-centric culture".
Procurement Analyst in Paddington
on 1 October 2020
Contractor within Finance / Procurement
From start to finish my experience at VISA was nothing less than atrocious. I can only speak of the team with which I was working as I met some lovely people on site (from other floors & departments). The interview process was a joke. I was told about the role & obviously impressed at 1st interview and immediately invited for a 2nd with head of department. The head of department had a completely different idea of what was required for the role, obviously both bosses were unaligned in terms of requirements, and I was told a week or so later I'd been unsuccessful. Cut to - a week after that, they'd had a complete turn around and decided they DID want to offer me the job! This should have been a giant red flag! (We live and we learn.)Then came the screening process which took around 5 or 6 weeks before a start date could be finalised. This was just the start of the nightmare... Once I'd started I soon realised my line manager was extremely controlling, micro managing & unprofessional. I'd be spoken to unprofessionally whilst at my desk space to the point that everyone sitting in close proximity would hear the commotion & approach me about it later, extremely concerned. I'd be followed all the way to ground floor to IT when experiencing laptop or application issues, I'd be spied on like a hawk and beckoned over when returning from toilet breaks or if I'd stopped to talk to a member of the team on the way back to my desk from the kitchen, I'd be approached whilst in the middle of knowledge transfer sessions with team members and accused of imposing on their time (even when they'd asked that I sit with them!), my emails were screened and "corrected" before I was given permission to send them, I was told when I could and couldn't take lunch breaks, I was told who I could and couldn't speak to within the project team, I was asked to be flexible according to the needs of the business but not extended the same courtesy myself.This was CONSTANT and RELENTLESS the entire time I was there. I'm an experienced contractor, hired for my expertise and yet here I was stuck in the dark ages with this insecure woman who was trusted with a leadership role with zero leadership skills or qualities! The larger team all seemed to silently acknowledge the issue but no one spoke up to address or challenge it (other than me). I felt it necessary to address on several occasions, in private, but self awareness on my part is more than was required for any meaningful change to occur unfortunately on the part of my then manager, who failed to see how her behaviour was impacting me (and no doubt, indirectly the rest of the department). Senior management seemed oblivious, almost perpetuating this woman's extreme behaviour by turning a blind eye. I'd contend they were enabling her in many ways. Other contactors who'd been recently made permanent and in positions of authority in the department proved to be self serving, with hidden agendas, lacking knowledge & passing the buck. It was an entirely toxic environment to work in. Not nice.

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