Mission: To be the world’s most progressive and reliable payments partner, sharing insights and helping customers prosper.
I worked at Worldpay full-time (More than 3 years)
Loads of ambition to do great things
Lots of great people who are willing to help
Some parts are too slow moving to really help
Immature processes but too big to cope with that - stuff can get stuck
Advice to Management
Keep clearing out the slow moving processes and legacy banking attitudes
I applied through a staffing agency. I interviewed at Worldpay (London, England) in July 2017.
The usual graduate process:
Initial CV screen
- Phone interview with recruitment: a friendly informal chat about your motivation for applying to the role.
- Online assessments: numerical and verbal reasoning
- Second formal interview: on Skype or in the London office of the recruiter. Competency based and motivation for applying
- Assessment Centre: group task, group puzzle, interview
Overall one of the best graduate recruitment processes. Having done a few assessment days the Wiser recruitment team did everything very well compared to some other. Relaxed but challenging, allowing everyone to be their best on the day.
Worldpay Graduates 2017 is here. For full stream and application details check out our graduate microsite: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ97z
A family affair. Colleagues in our #Shanghai office were excited to host the APAC region's first ever #FamilyDay #WorldpayLife http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vQ9Q2—30+ days ago
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