A diverse and inclusive workplace where you belong.
You want a workplace where you can be yourself. We want you to bring your whole self to work every day. Together, we’re an inclusive culture that celebrates our uniqueness.
We will remain focused on ensuring that Visa is a diverse and inclusive environment where different perspectives are valued, and all of our employees feel comfortable coming to work every day to do their best.
– Alfred F. Kelly, Jr., CEO
Real inclusion invites everyone to feel comfortable and confident that they belong at a workplace—and that won’t happen unless individuals can proudly display their differences. Why? Because then they can fully contribute to the mission of the organization. After all, diverse perspectives are wasted if they are never voiced or heard.
– Jolen Anderson, Chief Diversity Officer
Everyone has a story
Universal acceptance for everyone, everywhere is at the heart of our company. We promote diversity of thought, culture and background that connects the entire Visa family.
Country Manager Cambodia
"When I started at Visa in 2012, I was the only representative in Cambodia. Since then, we opened an office, and I now work with a team. I love getting to learn something new every minute of every day."
Innovation & Strategic Partnership San Francisco, CA
"Each person has a unique style on how to get things done efficiently. Inclusive leadership to me is bringing out these qualities in my team."
Business Development Leader Sri Lanka
"At Visa we celebrate the strength, resilience and spirit of women, which at the end of the day drives us not to be better than men, but better than we were yesterday!"
Analyst, Visa User Experience Austin, TX
"We have an obligation to participate in our communities, whether on a personal or professional level. We can't do any of this alone. We must be part of the effort to drive change."
Token Enrollment Ashburn, VA
"I’m proud to be of mixed Asian, European and South American descent. I’m fortunate that Visa encourages me to bring my whole self to work every day."
Join our community. Our ERGs and global Diversity & Inclusion chapters connect you with others who share your cultural heritage, life experience or cause.
Visa Asian Network
Visa Black Employees
Visa Employees with Disabilities
Visa Generations Engagement Network
Visa Hispanic and Latino Employees
Visa Women’s Network
Visa Indian Alliance
Visa Middle Eastern Alliance
Visa Pride (LGBTQ+)
Visa Young Professionals
Lean In Circles
Anita Borg Institute
Top 25 Companies for Women Technologists
Human Rights Campaign
100% on HRC Equality Index & Best Place to Work for LGBT Equality
Inaugural List of Top Companies for Women
Diversity Best Practices
2018 Inclusion Index Company
2018 Best Employers for Women
Women's Choice Award
2018 Best Places to Work for Women, Multicultural Women and Millennials
Equality at Visa
Our executive team regularly reviews a diversity metrics dashboard to implement initiatives that drive recruitment, retention, internal mobility and advancement. We know there’s always more to do, but by recognizing these statistics, we can evaluate our progress and challenge ourselves toward further change.
99.9¢ earned by female employees for every $1 earned by men doing similar work among Visa locations across the globe.
$1.02 earned by racial and ethnic minorities for every $1 earned by white employees doing similar work among Visa locations across the U.S.
Data as of September 30, 2017.
Leadership: Defined as VP and above.
Others: American Indian/Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian/Other Pacific Islander and two or more races. Ethnicity data does not included undeclared and blanks.
Equal pay data is based on FY17 total compensation, which includes base salary, VIP (Visa Incentive Plan) and LTIP (Long-Term Incentive Program).