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Anonymous shared this review of Fiserv on Aug 31st, 2018
"Overall, the company seemed to have good values but I believe it grew too quickly and did not have any work / life balance. "
Anonymous shared this review of Fiserv on Apr 13th, 2018
"A great place to work. Work life balance and flexibility to get things done."
Anonymous shared this review of Fiserv on Jan 10th, 2018
"This environment does not embrace a good work/life culture. If this is important to you and your family, you may want to reconsider taking employment at this organization. "
Anonymous shared this review of Fiserv on Jul 23rd, 2017
"This is a pretty good place to work at. I'm not too sure yet about advancement. Hopefully there will be advancement placement."
Anonymous shared this review of Fiserv on Jun 28th, 2017
"Depending on the location you may lose your job due to restructuring that seems to happen about every 6 months"
"Good diversified company allowing women to advance."
"Senior executives are almost 100% male. Women don't have a chance of getting into "the club""
"Get ready to take a step backward in time. Top executives are bullies but the stock is doing well so there is no accountability. Women carry heavy workloads but aren't in the club. Women at the top don't help others, it's not savvy to state the obvious or point to employee survey data that indicates a need to change. The men pay each other well, incompetence abounds. Smart people leave."
"I've worked here for 3 years and there seems to be a good gender balance at all levels. Maternity benefits are not very good at all, but the ability to work remotely does help with work/life balance."
"Well, it's a software company, so there just aren't a lot of women there, but I've always been treated fairly and with respect. I feel I've got upward mobility, and the other women there seem to be treated well, too."