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Pros
  • "Great Benefits and wonderful people(in 818 reviews)

  • "This place had good benefits for employees(in 533 reviews)

  • Cons
  • "Poor upper management, definitely a number not a person(in 247 reviews)

  • "stress anxiety work life balance(in 233 reviews)

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    1. 4.0
      Former Employee

      Good office environment.

      Sep 19, 2018 -  
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Bosses are encouraging and supportive.

      Cons

      Can’t think of any at the moment.

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    2. 1.0
      Current Employee

      Terrible Work-Life balance

      Jul 19, 2021 - Software Engineer 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Decent pay for a graduate

      Cons

      The culture has not respect for personal boundaries, you are almost always expected to over-work. Expect to be stuck in long calls, late calls and work on the weekends.

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    3. 2.0
      Current Employee, more than 1 year

      2/5

      Jul 26, 2021 - Relationship Banker in New York, NY
      Recommend
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      Pros

      It is a great company to work for, if you are in an amazing branch with people who drive you upward and succeed as a team. Many branches are amazing with team building and helping each other succeed. Their system is extremely intuitive. Everything is very simple and easy to learn because of an efficient work flow and system. Working alongside Chase Partners is key and many are very experienced and willing to help. If you build a good relationship with partners, youre bound to do great.

      Cons

      Just as many great branches there are, there are just as much if not more dead branches. These branches get so slow on average, I saw only 3 people per day or none at all. With that kind of performance, you can expect a poor work environment. Coworkers are so worried about their own success, it feels very fake/pretend happiness that there is no team building. In a dead branch, you get the worst computers and speed. Every morning, on routine, I would login and within 10-15 min get booted off the system. I would have to restart everything before I can start my day. Very Very slow computers in many of the branches. The partners dont visit the dead branches on a daily, They come when necessary and spend the rest of their time in better branches to build their book. These leaves the disability of building a connection with my partners. Chase also changed the incentive plan to force RBs to slave away and make nothing. Absolutely nothing Poor pay 90% cold calling Horrible management in bad branches. Quiet, oddly lonely

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    4. 5.0
      Current Employee, more than 10 years

      Default and Account Management

      Aug 2, 2021 - Senior Operations Specialist II in Manila, Manila, Manila
      Recommend
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      Pros

      1. Corporate Responsibility J.P. Morgan prides itself on a unique approach to corporate responsibility. It works to create lasting impact in our communities and give everyone a chance to move up the economic ladder. 2. Professional development and support for graduates J.P. Morgan has its own in-house forum for recent university graduates and early career professionals. NextGen provides professional development and mobility resources for those embarking on a career in financial services. 3. VETS: Voices for Employees That Served J.P. Morgan offers support to military veterans, retirees, reservists, National Guard, and military alumni via the VETS forum. Voices for Employees That Served (VETS), focuses on the contributions that military veterans make to the firm and the community. 4. Accommodating people with disabilities Through a number of initiatives, J.P. Morgan is dedicated to accommodating employees with disabilities. The company works to have the right tools, policies and procedures to promote an inclusive work environment. 5. Promoting inclusion for LGBT staff J.P. Morgan’s PRIDE resource group seeks to ensure that the working environment is inclusive and supportive for LGBT employees and their allies. 6. Support for working families The Working Families Network at J.P. Morgan is open to all employees. Its aim is to promote knowledge sharing and provide networking opportunities to support employees with work-family integration. 7. Supporting people of Asian heritage: Asians & Pacific Islanders Reaching for Excellence J.P. Morgan’s AsPIRE resource group supports and enhances the professional development of employees with Asian or Pacific heritage. 8. Inclusivity for people of Hispanic descent J.P. Morgan prides itself on being inclusive for people of Hispanic descent. The Latino/Hispanic business resource group Adelante promotes professional development and leadership opportunities for employees from these backgrounds. 9. Career development and support for people of African descent J.P. Morgan has a number of diversity strategies for advancing the careers of black people and those of African heritage. The BOLD resource group provides employees – specifically those of African descent – with an empowering environment focusing on professional development. The Advancing Black Leaders initiative is aimed at attracting, hiring, retaining and advancing top talent within the black community. 10. Promoting equity for women at all levels J.P. Morgan is home to the Women on the Move Interactive Network. It provides access to tools that enable the successful development, advancement and retention of women at all levels. The company has launched events and forged partnerships across the globe to: enable female business owners’ success improve the financial health of women in our communities continue to support female employees

      Cons

      My workplace was in Taguig City which is far to my hometown with my Family. Less time get bonding with my Families.

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    5. 3.0
      Former Employee, more than 1 year

      Okay Place to Work At

      Aug 2, 2021 - Bank Teller 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Depending on your manager the hours could be flexible. Depending on the branch work could be slow.

      Cons

      You will have to work part time to get your foot in the door, then eventually you will get more hours. Performance based on needing to get a 5 star rating. Just based on my review of not giving 5 stars across the board everyone in the chase corporate office will probably get a talking too. It's a very brain dead way of rating work ethic and giving bonuses to employees.

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    6. 3.0
      Current Employee

      Standard Bank Job

      Jul 13, 2021 - Relationship Banker 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      I’ve worked here for 3 years at a few different branches and the work/life balance is pretty good. Mostly work 40 hours a week, a few weeks a year you might work 45-50 hours. You get a free checking account and other discounts on rates.

      Cons

      One of the biggest downside of working here is the base pay. It’s low. No raises for any bankers in the time I’ve worked here. You also get incentive pay for referrals to home lending, investments and deposits. This is the best way to make money. The downside to incentive pay is that they are always changing how much you get paid for each category. Since I’ve been here you have to do more and more just to make the same in incentive compared to the year before.

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    7. 5.0
      Current Employee

      Good company

      Aug 2, 2021 - Compliance Manager in Tampa, FL
      Recommend
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      Pros

      Career Progression is possible Ability to learn so many aspects of the company Opportunity to get a paid education and earn certifications and/or degrees

      Cons

      The biggest downside is knowing others with less experience from the outside can potentially make much more, but that is similar regardless of where you work.

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    8. 5.0
      Former Employee

      Teller

      Jul 26, 2021 - Retail Sales Cashier in New York, NY
      Recommend
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      Pros

      I would say the best part about my experience as a teller (Associate Banker) is that I had the privilege of working in multiple locations and meet diverse people. I created professional relationships with our customers and made them feel comfortable banking with us. If you have any kind of customer service experience and you enjoy helping clients this is the job for you

      Cons

      Flexible job with benefits I only resigned my position because I found a full-time opportunity within the same field .

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    9. 5.0
      Former Employee

      Good

      Aug 2, 2021 - Banker 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      It is very good place for college graduates to start the careers. Training is good

      Cons

      You need to wait for long time to move up. You have to deal with many clients every day.

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    10. 1.0
      Former Employee, more than 1 year

      Horrible Engineering Standards , Even Worse Management

      Aug 3, 2021 - Software Engineer 
      Recommend
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      Pros

      You learn a lot because you work from 7am to 5:30pm everyday. With a 10-15 min lunch break. No real pros besides maybe if you are an internal stakeholder you probably are happy because product says yes to every single requirement you have.

      Cons

      -Engineering Standards are horrible ( low unit tests/ low integration tests dev always broken) -Management is every worse than the engineering standards. They plan correctly, they dont have realistic goals, the whole organization keeps moving around and senior management keeps changing

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