Discover Employee Reviews about "great benefits"
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- "Great benefits and 401k." (in 556 reviews)
- "Work life balance is good" (in 262 reviews)
- "The people I work with are great; I have never had a problem with a co" (in 251 reviews)
- "Great culture and values!" (in 231 reviews)
- "The pay is good for those who are willing to work hard and earn it." (in 205 reviews)
- "Management at senior manager and supervisor levels is poor in certain departments." (in 160 reviews)
- "Some managers are great and some are a work in progress but I think that's true everywhere" (in 92 reviews)
- "Low salary compared to other financial organization" (in 82 reviews)
- "Unfortunately, the reorganization caused a lot of unhappiness from poor upper management placement and decisions" (in 44 reviews)
- "Blatant favoritism and a total disregard for workplace civility are traits that are often on display by management." (in 39 reviews)
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- 3.0Mar 7, 2015Anonymous EmployeeCurrent EmployeeIrvine, CA
Great benefits and time off
Old office equipment that breaks down weekly, little no raises, lack of leadership, no innovative ideas, limited promotions within you definitely need to know all the right people. It's more about networking and selling yourself to the managers than your actual skills. Very underpaid employees.2
- 5.0Jan 9, 2022Team CoachCurrent EmployeeChicago, IL
Discover has great benefits and they span over to a college commitment for those who want to obtain degrees.
The shifts are only within the early Morning or late night.Discover Response2y
Thank you for your insight into working at Discover. We're proud of our benefits and our employee education benefit, ShineBrighterU, and we are happy to hear you value them as well. One of our Discover Behaviors is "helping everyone to reach their full potential," and we hope you felt comfortable reaching out to your manager to discuss your scheduling concerns. We're glad to have you on board with us.
- 3.0Nov 8, 2017Business Analyst Control Testing (Predentitive Risk)Current Employee, more than 8 yearsSalt Lake City, UT
Discover has great benefits and can be very flexible if you are in the right department. They are also great at helping develop you for career advancement.
Sometimes you can be treated as a number instead of an individual. It can also be hard to promote far from within the company.1
- 4.0Mar 1, 2012Senior AssociateCurrent EmployeeRiverwoods, IL
Great benefits and time off (25 days to start!). If you stay long enough and are bright you will get promoted. Many opportunities to move around. Management is usually supportive in movement to other areas of the business. Work with lots of smart professional people.
Management and people are always moving so nothing is ever constant so as soon as you get used to what your doing it changes completely and you get a new team. Some management is completely disconnected to work. Some positions and teams are more difficult to get out of then others.1
- 1.0Feb 15, 2019Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee, less than 1 year
Great benefits and 401k. Paid time off is ok.
Not treated fairly. No structure. Work environment is stressful and anxiety level is at an all time high. Management does not stand behind their employees in DHE department.4
- 2.0Oct 19, 2020Customer Service Representative (CSR)Former Employee, more than 1 yearNew Albany, OH
Benefits and income are great
Training is a joke and no one cares about you once you are on the floor4
- 1.0Feb 20, 2017Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee, more than 8 yearsPhoenix, AZ
Benefits only but you will pay dearly for them.
You will be moved after 2 months down or your job threatened that you are on final written warning if you fall to the bottom of your department. That is not the worst person just the bottom and it does not matter if you don't get those lucky call ins with big balances or raw dollars. It does not matter if you used those great benefits you work for paid pto. Then after the loyal people that worry month after month about keeping there jobs and have to work overtime just to compete and keep your jobs after 10 to over 30 years of service get told that everyone coming into Discover will get a wage increase also up to a percentage of employees but not all of us. So with that being said people working with Discover 13 years are making less than people just starting the company with no experience.2