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22 days ago

Credit Direct Sales Representative

PayPal London, England

- Identify Credit business growth opportunities by working closely with the Merchants sales teams and Credit Sales & Acquisition manager. Prioritise… Glassdoor

25 days ago

Credit Sales Integration Manager

PayPal London, England

The Solutions Consultant is a member of the Sales Engineering and Integration team with direct technical accountability for UK implementations of… Glassdoor

30 days ago

ISM Customer Solutions Engineer

PayPal London, England

The PayPal Information Security and Risk Management (ISM) team is responsible for identifying, assessing and managing threats, vulnerabilities, and… Glassdoor

10 days ago

Program Management 5

PayPal London, England

PayPal UK has recently launched a number of credit products. To assist with the PayPal Credit program in the UK, we are looking to hire a Business… Glassdoor

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    Good company to work for overall but a struggle for top performers who expect faster paced change and job acceleration

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    Current Employee - Strategy and Business Development in London, England (UK)
    Current Employee - Strategy and Business Development in London, England (UK)

    I have been working at PayPal full-time (more than 3 years)


    - nice culture
    - good benefits
    - ample vacation time (London based employee)
    - strong family values
    - open door to management
    - opportunity to distinguish yourself and make an impact if you're willing to work hard, drive change and produce creative solutions to problems


    - not great at promoting top performers (they seem to subject everyone to the same 2 year promotion process regardless of how good they are).
    - legacy of A* performers leaving because change is too slow / frustrating. in turn C players tend to stick around and get promoted by default.
    - siloed environment - not a lot of true cross functional collaboration
    - marketing is only just becoming more consumer oriented. professionals tend to be uncreative and unhelpful and supporting anything outside of their core agenda.
    - product has to do SJ's bidding. very little regional control or resource to support new ideas that might move the needle.
    - slow to get anything done

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    hire more A players. take the jack welch approach and weed out the bottom 10%.

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