Valuing the unique identities and contributions of all employees
An inclusive and diverse workplace is a key priority for us
Inclusion is at the heart of everything we do
Our impact comes from our people
Ana M., Director of Product Management in São Paulo, Brazil
"We drive financial inclusion for traditionally underserved segments of the population."
Titilope A., Senior Cybersecurity Engineer in Austin, Texas
“I’m part of a team that uses AI and innovative Visa tech to protect our global payments network and billions of users every day.”
Damijan P., Acceptance Development Sector Lead in Berlin, Germany
“Visa connects businesses to buyers…helping them digitize and grow because when everyone is included, good things happen.”
Eric L., Senior Business Development Leader in Singapore
“Visa fosters a culture of openness and knowledge sharing, which is really important for ensuring everyone feels included when they come to work.”
Awards and recognitions
Our workforce by the numbers
- Data is based on company records as of September 30, 2023.
- Leadership: VP and above.
- Others: American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander and two or more races. Ethnicity data does not include undeclared and blanks.
- Equal pay analysis is based on FY23 total compensation, which includes base salary, annual cash incentives, and annual long-term incentive awards.
- Equal pay analysis includes 100% of all regular, active employees in a fully-integrated subsidiary as of September 30, 2023. Visa’s goal is to include 100% of regular, active employees in fully-integrated subsidiaries in this analysis.
- Underrepresented employees are Black/African American, Hispanic/Latinx, American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander or two or more races.
- EEO-1: Most recently available certified EEO-1, posted on May 24, 2022.