- Experian22.Mar 2019
Experian has a very inclusive and supportive culture that pushes its members to continuous growth and development. It’s fun!
Every workplace has its outliers but this place promotes a positive team attitude and environment.
Freedom to work independently
Definitely challenges you to bring your own ideas to work.
Does a good job communicating and taking and incorporating feedback.
Women in leadership is something youll find often. They reward results.
Attitude towards older colleagues
i have known and been mentored by several people in this category. There is definite opportunity for all wmployyes here.
They do a great job coaching and promoting development, but they also consider your role and how your personality and skills match up to that role. Not everyone is cut out for the same job but that doesn’t mean they won’t find a great fit in a different department. I’ve seen many folks move across the units to find a perfect match.
Overall compensation for your work
Pretty decent benefits and compensation.
Office / Work Environment
Standing desks are my favorite.
In every kitchenette.
Always encourages work life balance.
I love working here. I’ve been with the company for 3 years and I hope to stay much longer.
I work with business clients and it can be really challenging some days to balance their interests with those of the company, but our teams challenge us to really raise the standard and deliver excellence.
Inclusive / Diverse
5 stars on this one, no question. They actively work towards this as a goal, to develop and expose us to diversity in many forms.
Suggestions for improvement
- Nimbleness would be an added benefit as mentioned before.
What I like about the company
Team building events can be both jovial and rewarding. For a few years now, our team has volunteered with Thomas House in Southern California. We’ve painted apartments for incoming residents, organized a pantry, and decorated for Halloween. But it’s the fact that the company balances meaningful events like this with beach trips meant solely for the employees, that really makes the difference. I love the positive environment in the office, but it is bolstered by the experience we get outside the office too.
What I dislike about the company
I think they have some issues like any other office or company, but I do find that in most cases they do their best with honest feedback to resolve those issues. The size of the company does sometimes mean that the execution takes some time though. They could do a little better learning from the flexibility and nimbleness of some smaller organizations.
The following benefits were offered to me
- CityCosta Mesa
- Are you a Current or Former Employee?Current employee