RBS Worldpay
2.3 of 5 58 reviews
www.rbsworldpay.com Atlanta, GA 1000 to 5000 Employees

RBS Worldpay Reviews

Updated Feb 16, 2014
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2.3 58 reviews

                             

43% Approve of the CEO

RBS Worldpay CEO Philip Jansen

Philip Jansen

(7 ratings)

28% of employees recommend this company to a friend
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    In general, a good experience

    Sales Representative (Former Employee)
    Indianapolis, IN

    ProsStrong company. Good benefits and fair pay.

    ConsToo far from supervisor. Was forgotten most of the time.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Good product, good leadership, high pressure sales job

    Regional Sales Manager (Current Employee)
    Cleveland, OH

    ProsHigh potential for pay, good people in leadership, and an attractive business plan to obtain set goals.

    ConsHIGH pressure, high expecations and feedback is not taken well. It is believe that there is only one way to achieve goals and that atmoshpere and economy is the same all across the coutry.

    Advice to Senior ManagementPlease get into the field to experience that territories are different. They quality of people, merchants and partner opportunites are not the same in one city/region as they are in another.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Project Manager (Current Employee)
    Atlanta, GA

    Prosfriendly people and easily working environment

    Conslack of good processes and tools, benefits not the best I have had

    Advice to Senior Managementnone

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    ProsThe people are great to work with in-house

    ConsManagement is hard to work with

    No, I would not recommend this company to a friend

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    selling merchant services on the edge of the financial services chain

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)

    ProsStraight-up sales, walk into any business or networking event and find prospects. Enjoy autonomy, transactional sales, flexible hours, build your own business network, health care, decent training, increasingly sophisticated sales tools and infrastructure make this a fairly sticky gig. some smart folks in middle management.

    ConsNo base salary. No residuals if not at quota. Less than 25% of sales team makes annual quota in the non-bank-affiliated SBM unit. Soul crushing to be instrumental in the merciless application of metrics mean that the less profitable customer accounts see regular hikes is fees, which erodes te referral base. in effect, the merchant services marketplace enforces a harsh regressive tax on the market; the smaller and more vulnerable the merchant the higher their fees will be.

    Advice to Senior ManagementFirst stop being so stingy. Implement triple-bottom-line accounting. Recognize that even the business world is a community, and treat employees and customers accordingly.

    – I'm optimistic about the outlook for this company

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    Its ok

    Senior Financial Analyst (Current Employee)
    Atlanta, GA

    ProsThings are changing. The company is struggling to find its identity and there are growing pains. But, there are still good people there that will work with you.

    ConsThere is a silo-heavy feel and its buttressed by the division of labor within the building. 4th floor is operations/hourly employees. 3rd floor is IT and Risk/Marketing, each in their own wing. 2nd floor is executives and human resources. 1st floor is IT infrastructure and product development. These people dont talk to each other, but talk freely amonst themselves. Very strange

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    Ok

    Account Executive (Current Employee)
    Chicago, IL

    ProsFair, good support, good customer care

    Conspressure cooker, you are always two months away from getting fired if you have two months worth of bad months.

    Advice to Senior ManagementGo back to profitbiltiy of accounts not stick count

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    It is a Jungle

    Senior Project Manager (Former Employee)
    Atlanta, GA

    ProsA great place to work for intelligent, driven, ambitious "go-getters"

    ConsPoor communication from top to bottom

    Advice to Senior ManagementHonesty and communication is key

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    An ok place to work. Fair pay, challenging work, nice people. Occasionally fun events.

    Anonymous Employee (Current Employee)
    Atlanta, GA

    ProsThe people are nice. Very busy growing organization always work to be done create stability. Financially sound and progressive competitive environment.

    ConsLess than desirable culture as it relates to work life balance. Very minimal annual increases and no bonus program for administrative workers.

    Advice to Senior ManagementYour goals are way too aggressive. You place to high of unreasonable demands on employees and quickly burning them out. Appreciate people more and be fair.

    Yes, I would recommend this company to a friend

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    It was good until..

    Account Executive (Former Employee)
    Saint Paul, MN

    ProsGood Pay
    Good information
    Really do help clients save money

    ConsLong hours
    Many rejections
    lots of competition
    Competition is not educated

    Advice to Senior ManagementWhen a person is working a larger deal, and it goes through but was initially started by another, the other person should get a piece of that business, since manager and Regional Manager worked on the proposal.

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