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Good company but odd culture

Manager (Current Employee) Saint Louis, MO

ProsThe Salary, Bonus, Matching Money and Benefits are good and if you're in the right department the work can be interesting

ConsIt is a fear based culture, driven by a ubiquitous old boys network. The culture does not promote accountability or in some cases even plain logic. It isn't a huge company and yet it is a bit like working for a government agency.

Advice to Senior ManagementYour long time culture based on the Associtaion will kill your future if you can't figure a way to change it into being based on the natures of Business

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    Good Company in Confused State

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) Purchase, NY

    I worked at MasterCard


    Pros: Very well positioned company to take advantage of existing as well as future trends in payment industry. Multiple connections and alliances among banks,… Cons: Very slow to enable advancements to take advantage of market conditions in a timely manner. Many self-driven innovations fall short of market needs. … Advice to Senior Management: Create innovative products that can actually be used and earn profits. Do better market research. Mobile MoneySend, PayPass, InControl… More
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    A Changing Company, with Great Prospects

    Anonymous Employee (Former Employee) White Plains, NY

    I worked at MasterCard


    Pros: -Dynamic new CEO with very good ideas and style -Strong balance sheet and core products -Strong brand -Changing payments… Cons: -There is a very strong existing culture that limits internal communication, questions, and risk taking -New CEO is trying to change culture. This… Advice to Senior Management: Set up means to hear what all levels of the company are… More
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