Pros: room for development, great mentors who are trained to help you. great benifits.
Cons: if your salary, you will never eat lunch you will never go a break, you will get vacations cancelled due shortness in staff, it depends on how busy your branch is ran and how involved your dm is to help with these concerns, unfornately i missed a lot of my personal life, short staff all the time, always new technology to eliminate positions
Chase has been good to me. But at the end of the day you are just a number. Plain and simple. If you can go to work and just do your best that will pay the bills.. But if you can be better than the person next to you, definitely room for development. Chase has eliminated some positions and will continue to do it. If you plan on making this a career for the long run good luck. I've seem some amazing people leave due to minimal errors, without any corrective action. This a great company to gain experience. There District training is not universal so one manager is completely different for the other as far as training and compliance. One will focus on leadership the other will focus on micro managing. That makes it hard to have a vision in the company that wants you to believe in leading a great team. Building a strong foundation. Also a lot of broken promises.