SAML 1 day ago
Hi. I applied for a teller position on Mon. Received a call from the recruiter on Tuesday, told me she would send my profile and resume to the branch manager. Received a phone call from branch manager 1 hour later to set up an interview for Thursday at 10:30am. Went in and met with her. Very nice lady, we laughed, joked and everything seemed real good. she even made comments about some of my answers like "Thats what I have been waiting for you to say!!!" and "Oh my gosh, I have been trying to teach my employees the importance of that all the time!!!". The interview lasted about 20-25 mins. At the end she told me if I were hired what my benefits would be and introduced me to another employee there. Shook my hand told me she had 2 more interviews the same day and she was going to send my stuff to the recruiter and that the recruiter would email me and told me Good luck! 2 hours after the interview I looked online and she removed the position for her branch stating that no longer accepting applications for that position, im assuming she made up her mind. I havent heard anything back from a recruiter but am sooo nervous! Going by what info I gave you, does it sound like I have a good shot? Im nervous cause she had 2 more people she said coming after me and she removed the pot 2 hours after me. How long does it usually take to hear back? I'm excited yet nervous! :)))
Maximus Aurelius 1 day 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.
sunsational 10 days 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.
Meryam 18 days 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.
Han Solo 24 26 days ago
I recently received an offer from Chase bank for a personal banker position. I have some concerns about the background check;
1. I had 1 arrest back in 2005 which resulted into 2 charges. both of them were dropped and one of them was nolle prosequi. No convictions! however, they will come up when they do the fingerprints. Should I be worried about that?
2. I filed for bankruptcy and my case was discharged in Feb of this year, I am not sure how closely chase looks at your credit history for personal banker.
I guess I am a little nervous, any advice or words of wisdom will be greatly appreciated.
Newhire 1 month ago
I recently got hired as a Part-time teller (20 hours) at a Chase branch. I don't make enough money just from the 20 hours per week I'm given. I worked at a Spa before getting this job and my former boss really doesn't want to let me go and wants me to work for her the days that I don't have to work at the bank. Do I need to report this second part time job to Chase? If so, do I contact HR about it? Or do I directly inform my ABM or BM about it?
Completely Broke and Broken 1 month ago
I applied for a position on October 1st. The very next day, a veteran's recruiter called and left a message stating that in 7 to 14 days (I'm assuming business days), a hiring recruiter will be in touch with me to conduct a phone interview. The 14th business day had came and went with no phone call. I called the veteran's recruiter on the 23rd and left a polite message stating that I was still very interested in the position and to let me know what was going on. I have not heard back from this person and I saw that the position was reposted on LinkedIn. My question is, is this typical and has this happened to any of you? How much longer should I wait? Why was I given a definitive time frame and why was this time frame not met? I realize that life happens (people take vacations, get sick, etc) but is it too much to ask to know what is going on?
Gone4good 2 months ago
Do you work at JPMorgan Chase? How did you find the job? How did you get that first interview?
Any advice for someone trying to get in?
Gone4good 2 months ago
Applied to three positions with chase over 7 weeks ago. I recived one message stating that they where aware I was a VET and are sending it to the recruiters, no phone calls since then. Is this normal for chase to take so long?
Gone4good 2 months 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.