- TransUnion update30+ days ago
"Information is a powerful thing. Our belief in this simple phrase moves us beyond our legacy role in credit reporting to our current position as a global leader in risk information solutions. Taking our call to action—Information for Good—to heart, we help people make better decisions that can transform their lives." -Jim Peck, President & CEO http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKdu
- TransUnion update20 days ago
Our Chicago-based internship program has helped hundreds of students launch amazing careers in IT, Analytics and Sales. Learn more about Life at TU here: http://glassdoor.com/slink.htm?key=vIKYe
At TransUnion, opportunity isn't simply something we offer clients. We understand our associates want the rewards and satisfaction that come with new career opportunities.
We're always looking for talented people with insights that can make a difference to our clients. We recognize the power of employing the best—those who want to make an impact. It's what has made us an industry leader in credit information and information management services for more than 40 years.
Whether you are looking for your first position in the corporate world or searching for your next management role, explore the opportunities we have available to energize your career.
TransUnion is a global leader in credit information and information management services. For more than 40 years, we have worked with businesses and consumers to gather, analyze and deliver the critical information needed to build strong economies throughout the world. The result is two-fold:
- Businesses can better manage risk and customer relationships
- Consumers can better understand and manage credit to achieve their
Our dedicated associates provide solutions to approximately 45,000 businesses and approximately 500 million consumers worldwide.
At TransUnion, we value…
Integrity - We act with honesty, trust and respect in all of our interactions and in everything we do. Our commitment to security and accuracy moves businesses forward.
People - We recognize that each of us is essential to our success.
Customers - We earn trust and build lasting relationships by delivering what we promise.
Innovation - We aspire to deliver tomorrow’s solutions today.
The beliefs that help us win…
I think like a customer - I put myself in customers’ shoes so that I can anticipate their needs and be ready with solutions. Their goals are my goals.
I make a difference and so do you - I embrace our diversity, and recognize the value and contribution of each individual. I am part of a team and understand how my own work contributes to our wins and losses.
I own it - I hold myself and others accountable. I own my successes and learn from my failures.
I say what I need to say - I engage in and embrace candid, direct communication, as well as honest and healthy debate.
I innovate and inspire - I bring new ideas to my work and inspire others to do the same. I am a catalyst for change and am willing to act on my ideas to move our company forward and upward.
I act decisively and get things done - I make timely, informed and clear decisions. I move with speed and agility to get things done and deliver results.
TransUnion's Internship Program provides an invaluable experience to Interns. As part of TransUnion’s team, Interns gain relevant experience in their chosen field, receive competitive compensation, strengthen their business acumen, and build networking and communication skills—all while being part of an exciting, multinational organization.
Beyond the day-to-day work experience, TransUnion’s Interns have the opportunity to participate in activities such as: team-building outings, mentoring, community service, networking events and interactions with senior leadership.
- Work/Life Balance
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
- Comp & Benefits
- Senior Management
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Let me start off by staying that I wake up everyday happy to come to work for TransUnion. I absolutely love my colleagues. They are smart, motivated to consistently perform at a high level, and demonstrate a continued resiliency when faced with the unnecessary complexity of our organization. People at all levels are accessible even for individual contributors at the analyst level. I've found few instances of grandstanding by members of senior leadership. The company pays well across the board, but the ratio of "compensation to actual work" is highest at the director level (above managers and below vice presidents). Managers put in a great deal of hours and VPs are the proving ground of the leadership ranks, so there is a great deal of output from these levels. You also cannot beat the work-life balance. Very few people here work crazy hours. The ones that do are typically managers.
Associates are frustrated with the lack of new-hire training. While your manager is supportive of your efforts, the environment at TransUnion will be difficult for anyone who hates ambiguity or requires formal on-the-job training. Our bureaucracy is a major pain point. We have roughly 3,500 employees globally and our annual revenues are $1.4B. I'm not in finance, but this seems inefficient. Yet, it seems to most associates that there is a major lack of human resources. How can this be? For starters, it's a reliance on mainframe, an extremely vertical organization, and a general lack of career paths for associates across the business. I should note that the lack of established career paths can be a major advantage for those willing to network and switch business units, but this is easier said than done.
Advice to Management
The new brand has a tech company feel, but it's empty unless you start inspiring your people to innovate. Innovation is not just a responsibility for associates in product development. Take a hint from Uber, Google, Amazon, and the other major tech companies. Embrace the notion that we are a tech company and we're here to change the game of the information and risk solutions industry.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferNegative ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online. The process took 3 weeks – interviewed at TransUnion (Boca Raton, FL) in June 2015.
Had a phone screening with an internal recruiter. Received a call for a follow up interview with the hiring manager and their team. After the first on-site interview, was called in for another interview with a higher level manager for a non-technical interview. During the second on-site interview was asked by the high level manager to sit with a manager from another department of which was not responsible for the position I had applied for. Received an offer, but the recruiter was curt when a counter offer was made. The company chose to ignore the counter offer and allow it to expire rather than respond directly.
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TransUnion provides credit information and smart solutions to help businesses and individuals build stronger economies around the world. We serve around 45,000 companies and more than 500 million customers in 33 countries globally.
Mission: TransUnion helps businesses manage their risk and customer relationships, consumers achieve their financial goals, and communities build their credit economies.