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Visa Inc. Overview

Foster City, CA (US)
10000+ employees
1958
Company - Public (V)
IT Service
£5 to £10 billion (GBP) per year
Visa is a global payments technology company that connects consumers, businesses, financial institutions and governments in more than 200 countries and territories to fast, secure and reliable electronic payments. At the core of our business is our payment processing network ... Read more

Company Updates

  • Visa is so proud to be recognized in the top 10 list of 2019 Best Companies for Multicultural Women by Working Mother magazine for our ongoing commitment to diversity and inclusion in the workplace. Check out others who made the list here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vMP2H

  • 31 days. 20+ spotlights. 50+ events. Countless highlights. At Visa, we celebrate the accomplishments of women beyond International Women’s Day. This year, we spent the entire month of March featuring women who Press for Progress and held events around the world. Check out some of the highlights here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQzFH

    Visa International Women's Day 2018 | Visa

    At Visa, we celebrated International Women's Day on March 8th and extended the entire month with more than 60 events around the world.

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Visa Inc. – Why Work For Us?


Everyone knows Visa, but few get to shape it. As the world’s leading payments network, Visa is driving economic growth and improving lives by transforming the way the world pays. We are the brand that made electronic payments easy to use, secure and literally everywhere you want to be.

As technology transforms, so does the competitive landscape in which we operate. At Visa, our employees get to learn and grow while tackling the industry’s most interesting challenges. We do meaningful work that opens up new markets and channels, empowers consumers with more choices, and ultimately delivers on our shared commitment to drive our clients’ business forward. And we partner with the best and brightest names inside and outside of the business to lead the industry in payments innovations. In offices, innovation centers and tech centers globally, our employees share an entrepreneurial spirt and can-do attitude, working to push the boundaries of what is possible in the world of payments.

At Visa, we recognize that our impact is only as strong as the diverse and inclusive community that is there to build it. As a global company with employees all over the globe, we foster vibrant communities where we live and work.  We truly value the individual differences, experiences and capabilities of each employee and partner. And we take pride in living our brand and values every day as thought leaders in advancing financial literacy education and support of local charities and humanitarian efforts. Through our global employee volunteering program, we also enable donations of money, time and talent to communities all around the world.

 


Together, let’s transform the way the world pays.

Visa is a diverse community of disruptors, trailblazers and risk-takers who are fascinated by new technology and want to be empowered to change the way business is done.

We’ve been challenging the status quo in the payments industry from day one, as the first to introduce credit, debit and prepaid cards globally. You will be part of an incredible team helping drive
economic growth in the most remote parts of the world, creatively moving the industry forward and doing meaningful work that brings financial literacy and digital commerce to millions of unbanked and underserved consumers. Whether you aspire to be an innovative engineer, savvy marketer, creative designer or financial wizard, you’ll make your mark at Visa dreaming up new ideas and gaining exposure to some of the most advanced tech in the industry, as we turn wearables, devices and even cars into new ways to pay -everywhere you go.

Dreamers - Inventors - Techies - Change Agents - Pioneers - Creatives - Trailblazers - Risk Takers...WANTED.

Apply for an Internship

Our internship program is a great way to explore career options at Visa and often leads to full time opportunities. During this 10-12 week program, you will be a vital part of our team, experience all that Visa has to offer, while learning about our business. Challenging projects, executive exposure, corporate housing, fun outings and volunteer opportunities await you! One of the highlights of our intern program is the Annual Global Intern Summit in San Francisco – two days of networking, amazing events, interaction with our leaders, and a deep dive into our business.

Apply for our New College Graduate & Rotational Programs

Looking for a full time role? Browse our new grad positions and discover how you can begin your career with us. Want exposure to various parts of the business? Apply to our highly competitive New Graduate Development Program (NGDP) and rotate through four unique, non-technical 6-month assignments with the possibility of an international rotation. Regardless of your direction, you’ll find a fit with us doing what you love, all while learning valuable skills to take your career to the next level.

If you are passionate about making your impact in the world, consider Visa to start your career. Visit vi.sa/apply to see our open positions and find out when we’ll be on your campus.  


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    Pros

    Willing to promote from within and let people move departments
    Easy to believe in their mission and vision
    Fast paced technology change

    Cons

    Poor project methodology post-Visa Inc acquisition

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Visa Inc. Photos

Visa Inc. photo of: Our first round of Summer 2016 interns starting at our HQ in Foster City!
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Visa Inc. Interviews

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    I applied through an employee referral. The process took 3+ months. I interviewed at Visa Inc. in February 2013.

    Interview

    First I had a telephone interview with someone from the HR department. The interview lasted around 15 minutes and it was pretty straight forward with typical HR related questions.

    Then a second telephone interview was arranged, this one was 30 minutes and it was mainly technical questions.

    One of the guys was a lead software engineer and he had a very strong indian accent. It was a conference and the other guy (a senior team manager) had to repeate some of the questions that were asked by the lead software engineer as sometimes it was very difficult to understand. In one of the questions I answered that EJB was part of J2EE but he didn't agree with this and was questioning my knowledge on the matter - without reason... I just had to agree at the end even knowing he wasn't right! Some of the questions were nonsense in my humble opinion.

    Another important thing to mention is that there was a considerable time between each interview or e-mail contact from them - 3-4 weeks! The process is extremely slow, so this is something people should take into account if they are actively looking for a job.

    Interview Questions

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Visa Inc. Awards & Accolades

  • IIP Gold Award, Investors in People, 2012
  • World’s Most Valuable Brands, Forbes, 2015
  • Most Valuable Global Brand, BrandZ, 2015
  • Top 100 IDEAL Employers(100), Universum, 2014
  • Best Places to Work 2015, Human Right Campaign, 2015
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