Thread regarding Fiserv Inc. layoffs

I feel miserable

I really don't know what to do anymore. I tried everything to find something better and go from here, but I never got a good offer. I've been trying to leave for 4 months. I watch other people leaving and I’ve never felt more miserable. How long did it take you to find a new job?

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Post ID: @OP+1cJ2rH6a

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I'm afraid the abuse will only get worse. Frank is using the domain migration as an excuse for pushing out a bunch more intrusive tracking software. Stay away from Fiserv !!!!!

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Post ID: @1jnx+1cJ2rH6a

Took about 8 months to find the right move. Be patient, you have a job so you can be selective. No reason to be miserable though, just do the bare minimum and let them try to manage you out. I pretty much didn't do anything for close to 2 years.

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Post ID: @1oux+1cJ2rH6a

Maybe you are exactly where you are supposed to be. There's a lot of smart folks at the company, but there's always a struggle between the BU vs. Corporate. Also, no one follows a process, and seemingly folks who have worked there has not kept up with technology, because too busy keeping up with the gossip.

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Post ID: @1tdy+1cJ2rH6a

Don't give up. Adjust your resume, and pay attention the questions being asked. They are trying to make sure you understand the technology thet are looking for. If you have gotten interviews, that is great. You just need to prepare and practice. It took me a year to find the right opportunity, and it was a 60% pay increase. Keep at it. The right opportunity will open up.

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Post ID: @hzt+1cJ2rH6a

Fiserv will definitely give you health problems. I was about to jet from this place but found a unique opportunity involving gathering inside information for a competitor. They pay me well for the information, too. It sure is nice getting paid by both Frank and his competitor at the same time!

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Post ID: @hrk+1cJ2rH6a

Fiserv will make you sick, ill , I really think no one is truly happy there
I would never recommend Fiserv as a place to work

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Post ID: @xou+1cJ2rH6a

Make the resume specific to the position. Use the keywords you see in the job, use them in a meaningful way to letthem know that you fill their requirements.

For me, I did not apply 'up' I was looking to escape fiserv and so I actively just looked for a similar position not the next level. Don't give up, it takes time.

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Post ID: @yxh+1cJ2rH6a

It took me a year to get a decent offer, I got ghosted a few times, get your resume reviewed and keep applying

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Post ID: @dgl+1cJ2rH6a

What is making you so unhappy? Took me a few years. Applied for tons with not even an interview. It’s all about changing your resume for the job. Good luck.

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Post ID: @woy+1cJ2rH6a

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