How many of you regret joining Fiserv? How long did it take you to realize you made a mistake when you accepted the offer? Are there those of you who still believe they made the right choice for your careers? This is mostly a question for people who started at Fiserv in the last 24 months.
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I started in Jan of this year. I was told it was a complex org and was always changing. Having come from a much larger company, I could not believe anything was more complex or had more changes than what I had already seen. I was wrong. Overall I am not looking to leave because I like my group and not sweating the day to day just yet but this is clearly a troubled org and do think Frank is not great in his role.
kiss their a-s and you will be fine select group and they are horrible most VPs up need fired but will never happen sleep with the right bunch you will be fine if not good luck
Agreed. On point.
I do not regret coming to Fiserv earlier this year for BH but sadly I probably will not be able to stay much longer. I realized fairly quickly that this was not what I thought it was or what was sold to me. I was shell shocked for quite a while and now I’m just disappointed, sad, and incredibly anxious and stressed out all the time. I’ve worked in the banking industry for many years in management, many of those years as a client. I am absolutely shocked at how this organization is run. I would NEVER have believed this had I not lived through it. You cannot accurately explain the toxicity and dysfunction to someone who does not work here.
As of this week I’ve made a decision to evaluate the situation in January - March of next year and I’ll probably plan my exit. It actually is a heart break for me to say this because I was so excited to work for Fiserv and I’ve worked so incredibly hard over this year but I’m realizing now that although they keep saying things are going to get better, they are not doing anything differently to actually make things better. It’s just more platitudes and promises etc. I love my boss and I love the work I do, but the dysfunction and chaos is untenable at best and I don’t think I can keep up this pace much longer.
It really makes me sad to say all of this because I really was so pumped to work for Fiserv. It’s just SAD. that’s the word that describes me and the situation.