very political at VP level and limited opportunities
Technology Project Manager (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 11, 2016
Heavy mid- senior management turn-over in technology caused by an attitude of hire from the outside than promote within. Department CTOs lifespan is just a few years and when a new one comes in, the first step is to remove their first and second level of management, with 'friends & family'. If you are not part of the that clique, expect poor reviews, bonuses, and ultimately elimination. This causes poor deliverables, decreased productivity, and a management outlook on the next job verses providing good client support
If you survive, other colleagues are good people to work with and most are helpful
Associate Attorney (Current Employee) – New York, NY – February 10, 2016
JPMorgan Chase is one of the top 4 bank remaining on the street. They offer competitive salaries, provide a wealth of information and place there employees first. They have excellent opportunities for mobility to grow within the company.
It's a culture that demands a lot of achievement but falls short on rewarding you for that. The ever changing management structure had a big impact on job satisfaction. It's a place where it's virtually impossible to establish any sort of lasting relationships because senior management and organization structures change at a rapid pace.
Teller (Current Employee) – Dallas, TX – February 9, 2016
This is was a company that was very concerned about the profits and not about the associates. When I first started this was a great job, but the room for advancement was slipping away due to job cutbacks.
I possess deep experience in B2B sales and sales management working with C-Suite executives to identify the appropriate value proposition using a needs based selling strategy. I have had tremendous sales accomplishments in my professional career, and I love sales and relationship management working with B2B clients.
New client coverage strategy change at JP Morgan Chase limiting career growth opportunities.
Teller (Former Employee) – Beckley, WV – February 6, 2016
Chase literally ruined my life My supervisor was a 50 yr old woman who acted like she was in high school and did nothing but create drama and talk about everyone behind their backs. I was hired on as a teller with the promise of moving up to a banker. Yea right. Once you get in a position, you are stuck there. You are literally nothing to that company except a heartbeat and a social security number. And the pay you receive for all the rules and regulations you have to follow to the letter, is not worth it. You would be better off being a waitress than working at Chase Bank.