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30+ days ago

Senior Engineer - Big Data

American Express Phoenix, AZ

• Demonstrated leadership in designing sustainable software products, setting development standards, automated code review process, continuous build… American Express

30+ days ago

Sr. Software Engineer- Javacard

American Express Palo Alto, CA

Youll be working in a fast-­paced start-­up like environment but with the stability of working for a Fortune 100 company. Your primary… American Express

14 days ago

Software Engineer - Java & BRMS

American Express Phoenix, AZ

Since its inception in 1850, American Express (NYSE: AXP) has remained an industry leader by embracing innovation. Starting in the express shipping… American Express

7 days ago

Senior Product Manager - Voice Servicing

American Express Phoenix, AZ

At American Express, service has been at the core of our company for more than 160 years. In taking care of our customers, World Service employees… American Express

1 day ago

Senior Engineer Mainframe/DB2 – new

American Express Phoenix, AZ

include: • Owns all technical aspects of software development for assigned applications • Performs hands-on architecture, design and development of… American Express

6 days ago

Software Engineer-ETL

American Express Fort Lauderdale, FL +2 locations

Software Engineers that join our Technologies team can be assigned to one of several exciting teams that are developing new virtual Internet-based… American Express

3 days ago

Specialized Corporate Travel Counselor, Global Business Travel- On Location- Venice

American Express Los Angeles, CA

American Express Global Business Travel is part of one of the world's largest travel agency networks with locations in 139 countries worldwide… American Express

10 days ago

Senior Software Engineer - Infrastructure

American Express Fort Lauderdale, FL

American Express is undergoing a transformation of their workplace technologies by bringing their once antiquated tools into the cutting edge. Join a… American Express

16 days ago

Lead Developer

American Express Phoenix, AZ

Position requires a Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Information Technology, or a related field, followed by five years of progressively… American Express

30+ days ago

Member Service Professional - Centurion Studio

American Express Seattle, WA

Our MSPs are highly skilled and motivated, providing travel and concierge or lifestyle services to American Express Card Members. Acting as a… American Express

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    Iconic service brand with clear focus on work/life balance for its employees

    • Comp & Benefits
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Senior Management
    • Culture & Values
    • Career Opportunities
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY
    Former Employee - Anonymous Employee in New York, NY

    I worked at American Express full-time (more than 5 years)


    Work/life balance - ability to work from home 2-3 days per week is a broadly applied policy across many departments (Blue Work). No issues leaving the office early for a doctor's appointment or other personal matter.
    Supportive culture - people care about you as an individual.
    Fairly collaborative and team-oriented. Although everyone has individual goals and they are not always aligned across teams, people are helpful.
    Fair compensation - especially considering work/life balance. Few people work late nights or weekends (definitely NOT mandated - more by choice).
    Mobility across functional areas and departments is possible and mostly supported.


    Corporate culture veers towards favoritism, with upward mobility being less tied to performance and more on executive sponsors willing to pull you up.
    Difficult business environment and challenges with company performance led to cutting of resources. These actions bring fear and are demotivating to employees. Goals and strategies are often scrapped, teams are often reorganized.

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    Ongoing layoffs are damaging to employee morale - would be better to handled in one action (i.e., annually).
    Career advancement no longer a clear 'track,' as experience and performance do not equal promotions. Corporate culture based on 'sponsors' favors leaders of a particular type, not necessarily your best thinkers and results drivers.

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