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12 days ago

Supervisor, Customer Operations - EPayments

Fiserv Phoenix, AZ

Electronic Payments provides solutions for electronic billing and payments, online funds transfer, person-to-person payments and personal financial… Fiserv


5 days ago

Customer Service Representative (Biller) 10.13

Fiserv Phoenix, AZ

As a global leader in financial services technology, Fiserv is driving innovation and changing the way financial services are delivered to businesses… Fiserv


17 days ago

Traffic & Scheduling Analyst

Fiserv Phoenix, AZ

Electronic Payments provides solutions for electronic billing and payments, online funds transfer, person-to-person payments and personal financial… Fiserv


25 days ago

Supervisor, Customer Operations - Card Services

Fiserv Phoenix, AZ

Electronic Payments provides solutions for electronic billing and payments, online funds transfer, person-to-person payments and personal financial… Fiserv


18 days ago

Desktop Support Analyst

Fiserv Phoenix, AZ

1. Install, support and maintain PC hardware including desktops, notebooks, monitors, printers, and audiovisual equipment. 2. Install, support and… Fiserv


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Fiserv President, CEO, and Director Jeffery Yabuki
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    This company should be in the top 5 worst companies

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Phoenix, AZ (US)
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Phoenix, AZ (US)

    I have been working at Fiserv full-time for more than 10 years

    Pros

    Paid time off. It's a job in a very bad economy. Air conditioning works well.

    Cons

    Rediculasly bad health insurance, low salary, low salary bans, very low percentage raise when you can get one, stingy hunger games type bonus structure, old outdated equipment. Not very many career opportunities in the Phoenix office. There is a sight director in Phoenix but no other Directors, VP's or anything higher. They like to keep all the control in the Dublin, Oh call center where they have plenty of Directors, VP's, Sr VP's. Every once in a while Dublin will send us a postion in a department we don't have in Phoenix, but we know eventually they will decide they need one less position in that department and they will lay that person off. So it can be dangerous to apply for the rare opportunity that may pop up in Phoenix because you just may end up looking for a new job. Our department has been asking for certain equipment upgrades that are very inexpensive, but we are always told it's not in the budget, but the company will buy two seats on a plane to send one or our VP's out to make an appearance a few times a year. Cut one of his trips to our site and it will pay for the upgrades we have been begging for. We are internet banking company but are constantly having issues with our systems not working properly.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    It's time to start putting money back into the company instead of always trying to make your balance sheet look good. If you want to keep good people, you need to pay them.

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