Dwade 23 hours ago
Can anyone who has taken this exam, explain to me how difficult the actual exam is? I am studying to take the test now and the practice test I have been taking are very difficult. Does anyone know how close in difficulty are the two tests? I heard the practice tests are more difficult.
email@example.com agree 3 days ago
I have completed 3 interviews, phone, manager, district manager. All said I did great. Last interview was Thursday. Today is the following Tuesday - how long will it take to hear from a recruiter? The District Manager told me I would hear from another recruiter?
Does anyone know how long it normally takes to get an offer?
harlesss in Grand Rapids, Minnesota 1 month ago
IF YOU HAVE A LIFE, FAMILY AND DO NOT WANT TO BE STRESSED/DRAINED PHYSICALLY, PSYCHOLOGICALLY, MENTALLY & EMOTIONALLY. PLS DO NOT WORK AT THIS BANK. JP MORGAN CHASE PARTICULARLY AFTER ITS MERGER WITH BANK ONE HAD BECOME A VERY STRESSFUL PLACE TO WORK WITH, MANAGEMENT RUNS THE COMPANY LIKE A BOOTCAMP WITH NO RESPECT WHATSOEVER TO ITS EMPLOYEES LIKE A SWEATSHOP SO TO SPEAK. YOU WILL NOTICE THAT THEY ARE CONSTANTLY HIRING ALMOST ALL POSITIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS THROUGHOUT THE COUNTRY BECAUSE OF THE VERY HIGH TURNOVER OF EMPLOYEES, EMPLOYEES COME AND GO AND USUALLY JUST WORK FOR A SHORT PERIOD BECAUSE OF ITS VERY HOSTILE WORKING ENVIRONMENT. JUST BASICALLY A REVOLVING DOOR. MANAGEMENT LOOKS AT ITS EMPLOYEES AS BOTTOMLINE PROFITS AND NUMBERS TO THEM.
I want out in Hawthorne, California 1 month ago
Chase Bank is without a doubt the most unhealthy company I have ever worked for. They drive their employees like chickens producing eggs. Unless you produce, produce, produce for them, they treat you like crap. They don't care if you are sick, or have a serious illness to cope with. What is even worse is the people who do produce are allowed to get away with murder...cuss, bug others, call off and even bully other employees, yet the company does absolutely nothing to them since they "produce." In fact, instead, they tend to blame the victim.
I worked for the company for over 7 years and always felt like I was never appreciated (even though I did tons of over time, and worked as hard as I could), just because I only "met" the company's expectations, and did not "exceed" them. Yet, I know I did exceed them, they just chose to never acknowledge this.
Basically, you work your butt off for them, and get pushed around by a lot of very arrogant managers, and deal with with competitive (very) cut throat fellow employees.
If you like an environment that is highly competitive, and you are more driven by money, power, and greed, then you will do well at Chase. I finally decided I am better than this, so i walked out.
Thanks to God, I already have a phone interview with a good company on Monday. God is good....I am so glad i am gone from this sick company.
Rlynn0831 in Los Angeles, California 1 month ago
Hi all, I wanted to get some feedback from those who have interviewed with JPMorgan Chase before. I applied for the operation position in my area in WA. I've got a call from HR and did the screening over the phone. Then, the HR lady said she'd forward my information to the hiring manager. I received a phone call from a branch manager from different branch regarding to my application and he wanted to interview me. He asked if I could come in later that day so I did. We had a good conversation and personally my interview went very well. Even though I applied for the operation position, interview questions were very sales oriented which was fine because I was once a personal banker at different bank. Is it normal that a manager from different branch interview applicants? I've seen panel interviews where all the branch managers and district manager interview potential candidates but my case was a little different from what I'm used to.....
Mnewton891 in Houston, Texas 2 months ago
Well, it all started on Sept 7th when I received an invitation (by phone and confirmed with instructions/directions on how to get there and who to speak with)for a face to face interview in Tampa (Call Center)/Recovery Department. I had the interview on September 12th with two Supervisors and a Manager. Everything went smooth and easy. Keep in mind that you have to always be prepare. Know about the company, ask questions, be prepare on behavioral interview, show interest and that you know how to do your job.
After that (like five days later), I was contacted via email saying that they liked me and wanted to offer me a job (contingent upon completion of pre-employment requirements). Then on September 12th I went in for fingerprints(completed at Chase location) and drug test in a particular lab outside the company. After that, they continue to follow up with me via email-showing the completion status of every requirement (fingerprints, background check, etc).
Today is a happy day for me because I just received confirmation that I'm officially invited to start with them in a couple of weeks. The last thing they were able to complete was the pre-employment forms. I hope you all find this information helpful.
Maximus Aurelius in New York City, New York 2 months ago
I was recently Fired from chase for alleged incentive abuse. They put my termination info on my series 7 . I am wondering what my options are. I was one of the top bankers there and have good references. At the same time putting that you are fired on a bank job applications almost automatically prevents you from getting the position. Should I lie about getting terminated? If so it seems like something like that is easy to check. Anyone been in a similar situation. All comments and suggestions are appreciated.
CuriousKat in Tyler, Texas 2 months ago
I have recently applied for a personal banker position at Chase and have received a call back to schedule a time for a test. What exactly do they expect from this position? I know that it is primarily a sales position which I am fine with, but one email I got explaining the position from Chase said the position would require an individual to pull people in from the lobby or drive -thru. My question is, Is that how aggressive you need to be? I'm about selling customers what they need, not pulling people in from outside to try to get them to take out a second mortgage to buy a Playstation 3.
Elogan135 in Jersey City, New Jersey 2 months ago
When I worked at the 72nd St branch of Chase I did some amazing things that were always downplayed by management because I was black. Had I been white I would have achieved VP of my own branch in a short period of time. One of my greatest success was getting an appointment with the Controller of one of the most prestigious auction houses in the world. The higher ups in the bankâ€™s Bank at Work Department had been trying to get their feet into this auction house for years without any success. One day when I was calling on business in my area I decided to give the auction house a call so I picked up the phone, called them and asked to speak to the personal who handled the banking for the company and I was immediately transferred to the controller who agreed to meet with me the following week to learn more about the Bank at work program and how it could benefit the auction house and its employees. As a courtesy I called the AVP in charge of Bank at work to invite her on the appointment and she exploded with excitement and disbelief because they had been trying for years to get an appointment with that auction house without success. She was so excited she told me that she would be calling her boss (the VP of the area she worked) who was on vacation to let him know the good news!
V Pressley in Wilmington, Delaware 3 months ago
If you are scheduled for any interview in Consumer Lending Services(Credit Analyst, Business Analyst,etc.) or just to be safe, ANY position within JPMorgan Chase, PLEASE check with your recruiter to see if there is a "panel process" for your position. The recruiters and interviewers DO NOT let you know of this "panel process" until you are hired and are in training. Once hired, you are scheduled to go before a panel of managers and your trainer approx. 5 to 6 weeks into training and if you do not pass, they let you go immediately. Many people have left their previous employers or chose JPMorgan Chase over other job offers only to not pass and be let go with no job and no claim for unemployment! Please, please, please do you homework and ask your recruiter! Good Luck!
-Former JPMorgan Chase Employee