Visa structures its Total Rewards and Benefits Package to be competitive in the market and to attract, engage, motivate and retain a highly skilled, committed and satisfied workforce.
Maternity Leave is not all paid vs. what is claimed. The non-base portion of compensation - cash bonus and stocks, which are a significant part of the package get prorated. So not only you get penalized on reviews but also on actual amount. As you go higher in the hierarchy, the penalty increases as non-base compensation goes up.
Good health and 401k matching benefits. The current CEO is very generous and cares about the employees.
401k matchs 2 to 1 up to 5%. You contribute 5% and they contribute 10% - best in the business. Vacation is 3 weeks. Lots of holidays that banks typically get. Good health insurance. They randomly applied a "Flex Friday" policy which allowed us to take up to 6 half days during the summer or 3 full days on top of regular benefits! Lots of work events. Paternity leave is 10 weeks and was really no hassle, no questions asked to set up.
I did not receive any benefits because I was just an intern. But my colleagues were happy with their benefits packages.
No stock options. Benefits at Visa are no match when compared to other companies in the area.
There are Incredible benefits. They have a generous 401k matching, performance bonus and stock equity awards, employee stock purchase program, generous PTO.
excellent 401k match in comparison to other firms in the bay area. wish they continued the previous pension policy as well
Best rate for an intern
Great medical benefits which includes four dental visits a year and 2 glasses for optical. Vacation/sick is 10 days a year
Best thing: Visa gives you PTO vs. Vacation Time + Sick Time
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.