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Senior Issuer Business Development Lead

MasterCard Beijing

Key responsibilities: • Help solidify the position of Pinpoint as the premium, trusted loyalty solutions provider in China, via presentations of Pinpo… MasterCard

30+ days ago

Beijing Merchant BD Director, Sales

MasterCard Beijing

Key responsibilities: • To set up sales strategy and plan and execute according to the overall goal of the company. • To be responsible for targeting… MasterCard

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MasterCard President and CEO Ajay Banga
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    Easiest job you'll ever have if you get hired at the right level.

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    The CEO is an amazing leader as well as many of the people holding senior management positions. They are incredibly intelligent yet humble. Diversity is absolutely embraced and the right person for the job is hired regardless of gender, culture, age etc. The culture is polite and everyone treats each other with respect. The employees are very sharp and know all aspects of the payments industry. The company embraces innovation and is a leader in emerging payment models.


    The company is very top heavy with too many people in middle management who really aren't working. This promotes a country club like atmosphere. There is a huge gap between the senior management team and the people who actually get the work done. It's the business leaders that do all the work without reward or recognition. If you want the easiest job in your life and get paid a lot for doing nothing go for a middle management position at MasterCard.

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    Get involved. Learn what's really going on. Conduct skip-level reviews. Promote the people who are working hard to bring innovative products to market. Make middle management accountable. Get out of your glass houses and get to know the people who are doing all the hard work. These are the people that will make you successful not the bureaucrats in between.

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