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Manager, Business Development – new

Western Union Beijing, NA

Look for new business development initiatives that are consistent with the company s overall strategy.Account management of key accounts in the China… Ivy Exec

6 days ago

Corporate Hedging Manager - Product Development

Western Union London, England

The Corporate Hedging Manager - Product Development role is responsible for the design and development of WUBS front-end platform specific to… CV-Library.co.uk

23 days ago

Manager, Regulatory Services & Compliance

Western Union Dublin

/Requirements Implement the Internal Controls Plan for Oversight Activities Evaluate internal controls and anti-money laundering… experteer.com

30+ days ago

Client Relationship Manager

Western Union Paris

Au sein de notre Département Relation Client, vous avez la responsabilité dun portefeuille clients PME/PMI pour lequel vous délivrez un service de… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Internship : Product Manager assistant

Western Union Paris

Western Union Business Solutions est un leader mondial des paiements et offre ses services aux entreprises, institutions et organisations dans le… Glassdoor

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Western Union President, CEO and Director Hikmet Ersek
Hikmet Ersek
125 Ratings

    Western Union - a great job with a few caveats.

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee  in  Englewood, CO
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee in Englewood, CO

    I have been working at Western Union full-time for more than a year


    Benefits are insane - great PTO, good Bonus plan (if financial targets are met), tuition reimbursement, etc. Good team members, great location, relaxed-but-still-professional atmosphere. Amazingly good work/life balance.


    As with any for-profit corporation, quarterly earnings and re-orgs put most teams on edge and in fear of layoffs. We have just turned the corner from a major transformation/re-org effort, and it seems to be paying off, but it doesn't eliminate the fear of layoffs if we have a bad quarter.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Stop wasting money on "internal marketing" to make us feel good about our products. Focus on talent development instead. Seeing a hard-working colleague laid off only to then see hundreds of thousands of dollars spent on fancy new conference rooms and a "hip" cafeteria is distressing.

    Managers and Directors are fearful of pushing back against VPs when it comes to workloads. We've had major cuts in resources and staff, and have outsourced a number of functions to contractors who quite frankly have not been performing well and we end up having to pick up their slack despite losing people. But it seems as though the "do more with less" mantra and fear of being laid off for not "performing" prevents people from setting and meeting realistic goals. Fast, Good, & Cheap - you can't do all three - pick two or let your managers re-prioritize.

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