A fun and vibrant office with excellent training and sales standards.
Tele-solutions Consultant (Former Employee) – Nottingham – 31 July 2017
I have really enjoyed my time at Worldpay, but sadly, a recent internal confirmation and consequent press announcement of a merger with a larger American organisation with 57% shares, has given rise to the potential threat of redundancies due to downsizing and job duplication. This has now meant I have no choice but to look for alternative employment.
IT Internal Auditor (Former Employee) – London – 20 July 2017
One of the best companies I worked for however too dynamic for someone like me. Would recommend for anyone who can handle constant change whether it is set by the standards or not. Great people and teamwork is vital. Management are amazing, and very nicely connected to the staff. You meet very senior staff early on, which is nice as they recognise you from early days.
Senior Project Manager (Former Employee) – Edinburgh and London – 22 December 2016
WorldPay was a fantastic company under RBS ownership, but then went through a period of turmoil following its sale to Advent Partners and Bain Capital. It is now, I believe, on the up again. In the process of this change, however, in 2012 my role was declared redundant.
The company remains one of the leading merchant acquiring businesses in the world. Unfortunately there are no positions in Edinburgh any more other than a small number of sales roles.
Customer Loyalty Adviser (Former Employee) – Gateshead, Tyne and Wear – 15 December 2016
i enjoyed working at worldpay. friendly colleagues who lookout for eachother. only downside is the people who are on top level such as the operations manager can be very unprofessional, favouring some employees to others which can make you feel singled out most of the time particulary if you work in loyalty.
unprofessionlism from some hogher level management staff
A place to progress and learn with a company that also listens to you
Corporate Support Consultant (Current Employee) – Cambridge – 17 August 2016
The role is to support the company's largest customers with their operational requirements, no day is the same you can spend one day dealing with chargebacks to the next with reporting and analysing data. You always have to be one step ahead of the game especially when unforeseen incidents happen with the system which can lead to an influx of queries and complaints.
Some of the things I have learnt include putting idea's forward no matter how small as you never know what could become of it, spotting commercial opportunities, analysing data and customer service.
The staff are what makes the company different, I know I have always got the support of those around me,no one ever says no to helping or no to an suggestion or idea, I hadn't worked anywhere like it before where management makes time for you if you ask for it. If you need training on anything they're courses you can go on to help you develop. The people will be one of the things I'll miss most when I do move on.