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u565425 in Riverview, Florida

30 months ago

Lexie 123 in Boulder, Colorado said: Hello,

I am still on STD with Chase but I'll tell you that it has been my worse nightmare. Somedays I hate them they make everything very difficult. Here is my email address if you want to email me privately: beansmusic@yahoo.com
Make sure to put on subject: disability so I won't delete you by mistake.

Thanks

Leslie

Well, I was going to keep going, but it kept getting worse..........you are all right! This has become the worst company on the planet........when I started it was just Chase/then came the merger.......the control room literally shut off our computers at 5 before 11 so they could get out of work and not have to wait for us on a phone call but if we packed up our stuff to leave.........oh heavens......they actually installed a security camera to see who was leaving the floor before it hit 11pm.......if you are over your talk time by 15 seconds because you were trying to help someone you already have one foot out the door.......and if you are working in collections and the person tells you they don't know when they can pay, well, if you don't get a date out of them, you have failed the call...........place is the pits............Verizon falling their example.......they also moniter your "toilet time" = at Chase though, a manager actually called a meeting to inform us we were only allowed to go to the bathroom on our breaks...........
tampa, fl office before they threw out all of us out the door with nothing for severence pay......they also made us work with masks on after their roof caved in , they were getting sued left and right from people who had asthma and they blocked the stair cses due to water leakage plus had garbage cans all over the place............

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Don'tbelieveit in Phoenix, Arizona

30 months ago

Bubblehed738 in Springfield, Missouri said: You can't possibly be that naive! I was #1 in sales in the whole location and was still canned on BS trumped up reasons. They are trying to kill American jobs by making our lives so difficult we will quit or get so fed up we push back giving them reasons to get rid of you! That way they can outsource even more American jobs!

I agree. This complaint about the worst places to work...that's everywhere right now. The managers want to keep the money at the top for themselves. How many places have you worked that you had to bring in your own supplies!

I boycott as much as I can. I don't use credit cards. I only buy what I need. I don't patronize a lot of businesses.

We need to get back to where we are controlling things. The government is allowing more and more people into America and it's driving down the wages and making it impossible to find a job.

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Don'tbelieveit in Phoenix, Arizona

30 months ago

Andrew in Ashburn, Virginia said: Then once I tried to get employment, Chase HR denied my request and told UI that I "quit". After fighting for 2 months, my claim was denied. I am now appealing that decision. To make matters worse, I find out they overpaid me on my last check and want me to send them an additional 600.00. Seriously? I'll declare bankruptcy before I give them that money. I can't even get unemployment out of them!

My heart goes out to you. These companies are killing the good Americans. I see the backstabbers always have jobs. The liars, the cheats.

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I need some help ! in New York, New York

30 months ago

Dragon Wolffe in Texas said: It is true. And then you go back, they make you do side by sides with people who are afraid to stay home even though they are sick and running fevers, so you get sick. And then they call you in the conference room and terminate you. They escort you off the premises in front of everyone so that they keep those still working in constant fear of also being terminated. I was the sixth termination in a months time in my department.

With all the paperwork starts to come in you realize that there is so much inconsistency. I have so far 3 different dates of termination depending on what they need it for. I have requested a letter of confirmation for my termination so I can get food stamps for my sons and it will take weeks to get the paperwork as I will have to write in a request, wait for the response, that is if they actually admit to receiving such. I also received a letter stating they overpaid me and they want the money immediately or else.

I was told by my manager that I would NOT be eligible for unemployment. If they are going to fight it, I'm not sure we will not end up in a shelter.

They are constantly messing up peoples paychecks and then expecting them to wait until the next check for any corrections . Legally they only have 3 days to correct.

I have much more but will stop now.

Dragon Wolffe -- is there any way to speak w/ you privately? Perhaps on Skype on Gmail or something? I am going through the same thing at a different company and need some advice ASAP. It's a similar type of company so please let me know ASAP.

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former employeein RB / San Diego in San Diego, California

27 months ago

I worked in the Loss Mitigation modification dept at Chase in Rancho Bernardo - these posts are so right -the WORST place to work -it didn't used to be. When I was in originations it was great, then my job left the site and I had the "opportunity" to go to a new dept. I thought "great-I can learn underwriting" ... what a joke. They are analyzing documents and calculating income and takes forever to get the modification done - the management treats the staff like crap and could care less about your actual knowledge or skill set, they want cheaper people so they manage to target people and fire them or lay them off and then hire new people at a much cheaper rate.....they want to fire more than lay off so that they don't have to pay severance. Then when they fire you they dispute your unemployment so you have to jump through all the hoops to make sure you don't have to pay back any unemployment. In CA we are more protected so you have to really do something on purpose to get fired and not get unemployment. So - then they send me a letter telling me I owe them money and if I don't pay them back they'll send me to collections - well I'm not sending them money - and I'm in a class action lawsuit for them not paying paystub earnings or vacation pay correctly so I called and told them to research that and close the case on trying to collect from me - the specialist is supposed to call me back. I also told HR to tell the specialist to get the name of the collection agency they are using - my guess - it's internal and I could give a crap! I worked for them for over 15 yrs - I don't feel they owe me anything except to treat people with respect and decency. over 50% of the staff were on medication for stress / anxiety and then went on disability!! Should have been workman's comp!! In this economy - do not go work for Chase - they will rob you of your sanity and sense of self worth!

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iDesPiseChaSe in White Lake, Michigan

27 months ago

Man this has been a long time coming. I knew there were many out there like me, just wasnt sure how many people felt the way I did. I worked for Chase for 3 years, starting pay was $11.00 ending pay was $11.00. AMAZING right? It was crazy for me to see people with no experience come in making WAY more than I did. Granted, I may have not been the best employee, talked alot of stuff about Chase and their policies, had all my family members close their Chase accounts. However I devoted 3 loooooooong years of my life dealing with a company who's slogan is "Chase what matters" which in fact really what they mean to say is "Chasing the people with the most money in their accounts because they matter". What happens to the elderly woman who cant pay her bills because her ssi only allows her to pay her rent? Or the mother thats calling from a store with her screaming children in the background all the while her card has been declined for $2? Or the college student that is away from home and cant purchase food because their account is currently negative? You know what happens to those people...their accounts get closed because they are not an asset to the bank. But what Chase does not realize is the majority of their customers are those people. So while Mr. Dimon is sitting on his ass raking in the big bucks and all his minions under him are raking in similar bucks, us hebrew slaves are clothesless and shoeless. In the words of Moses, "let my people go". Doesnt make any sense that were working for a multi million dollar company and get treated like were working in sweat shops and getting paid less than sweat shop workers. And thats not the least of my complaints, however I can sit here all day long complaining about the wonderful company called Chase.

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David in Huntington Beach, California

26 months ago

The compensation plan for both bankers and tellers is getting worse and worse every year, every one I know is not making as much money as used to be. It sad because Chase has the lowest paid salaries in the industry, and the only reason why many bankers stuck around was because the commission plan that used to be decent.

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OnTheHorizon in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

26 months ago

David in Huntington Beach, California said: The compensation plan for both bankers and tellers is getting worse and worse every year, every one I know is not making as much money as used to be. It sad because Chase has the lowest paid salaries in the industry, and the only reason why many bankers stuck around was because the commission plan that used to be decent.

What about work in mortgage servicing?

Does that pay?

I know tellers and personal bankers don't get paid much. Those jobs are not just transactional anymore. They're sales jobs. If you don't meet your daily/weekly goals of sales, then you risk losing your job. There's lots of "burn and churn."

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JMortgage in Columbus, Ohio

25 months ago

My breaking point was two-fold...I don't take well to nepotism and managers who aren't particularly bright...and were never producers. The second was that a 7 year Chase employee moved back into our division and when I returned from a 3 day weekend he was seated by me. He was ready to cry or explode. The "new" bald manager wanted to impress his AVP and left his conscience at home. See, the man had found out from his wife that she had a re-occurrence and spreading of cancer. They were in the clear for the last five years and he was devastated. What the Chase tool did was "write him up" with an "occurrence" when he left work early Monday to be with his hysterical better half. He had just come back from talking with his tool of a manager and informed him that he was going to drive and be with his wife at the James Cancer Center at OSU...his manager voiced his disapproval and said that this was not the best way to start out on a new team or build a pipeline and he would have to write him up for another occurrence. You want to talk about quality of life? Little bitty simple minded clones think they are king sh^% if they make $100k...big deal. Make $200k a year for 15 years and don't sacrifice your morals...and treat fellow workers with professionalism and respect. I am not saying to fraternize...but be freaking human. I could not believe that he did not throw the guy out of the window. For those who have not worked for Chase...you get written up if you do not submit a "sick day" request the day BEFORE you are absent...and this applies to snow days if your kids have a two-hour school delay.

If problems continue keep a written conversation log of the issue...time, date, context and people involved/present. Also print your e-mails that are damning. Keep production ledgers...and so on. Your attorney will thank you.

Regarding STD, BWC and Unemployment Comp Chase is self-insured. They contest everything.

Best of luck to everyone in 2013. :)

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Soanxious21 in Hollywood, Florida

25 months ago

So I turned in my two week notice today and let's just say my manager went off on me and said "I make everything about me". How does that have anything to do with my resignation ?! I am so happy I'm leaving this company and I would not recommend any to work here they do not care about their employees !! Beware people !

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Soanxious21 in Hollywood, Florida

25 months ago

UPDATE: They didn't even let me finish my two weeks they made me leave today. This company treats people like animals ! So glad I'm no longer employed by Chase

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Dudley

24 months ago

Bubblehed738 in Springfield, Missouri said: You took the words right out of my mouth. It's the same way in Springfield, Mo. I feel like a weight has been lifted off my shoulders not having to go into that hell hole. I'm currently unemployed and couldn't be happier.

See this:

www.indeed.com/forum/cmp/JPMorgan-Chase/JP-Morgan-Unethical-Sales-Practices-Compliance-Problems/t466803

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bluebell_rose in Richmond, British Columbia

22 months ago

sounds like a wal-mart version. ._. only worse.

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former employeein RB / San Diego in La Mesa, California

20 months ago

Your scenario is so true - a colleague who's brother died advised that she would be leaving to fly from the U.S. to Ireland to attend her brothers funeral. Well because her brother had passed suddenly my former colleague didn't give the requisite 24 hour notice if you are going to be sick, stuck in traffic, late to work or - your family member dies. The supervisor threatened her and she called her bluff and requested an immediate meeting with the manager and the supervisor continued to attempt to intimidate until my colleague said she would call HR, the labor board etc....finally the supervisor backed down, my colleague advised the manager that she would NOT be working for that supervisor when she returned and if she was not reassigned then she would get the attorney involved. Well - because of numerous complaints about this supervisor, the manager granted the "request" and reassigned my colleague. This supervisor still works there - acts like a complete and total b*** and intimidates whoever will not stand up. I stood up and got written up! That is the way they try to silence you. Yes - print your emails, your attorney will be thankful - especially when they start to target you and one or more of the emails are direct complaints to the site manager for unequal treatment and discrimination. Hard work is not rewarded at Chase, ass kissing and keeping your mouth shut against all the wrong doing is what they want. They do not give decent raises and change the incentive program every time people start reaching goals too often.

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former employeein RB / San Diego in La Mesa, California

20 months ago

It's better to be unemployed than to get mentally abused by Chase.

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Abhateschase in North Bergen, New Jersey

14 months ago

I wasn't sure where or who to take this to, but I want to make sure that this does not happen to anyone else who works for Chase in the future. I was a mortgage banker at chase for 9 months and 23 days, previous to that I was an investment associate for 1.5 years with chase. I'm writing this email because I was let go from chase for lack of production. When I was let go, I had the second most applications in my pipeline, although in their defense prior to that my production was minimal. My biggest complaint is that I wasnt paid my commission for the entire month of November and December. The reason I wasn't paid was because their is a clause in your payout, that if you are not in the position for 10 months your commission payout goes against your initial 3 month payout. I wouldn't be complaining if I knew this, but manager told me that I would be let go and to work as hard as possible so you would in fact "get paid". I was working until 9 o clock at night to get paid. Our team was told not to enter overtime, therefore I never tried and because I was working to get paid on my loans I felt it was necessary to work late. Now, because I was 7 days short of 10 months and dint get paid. I want my overtime. I'm entitled to get paid for the hours I worked. I worked Monday through Saturday for the entire month of November and up until dec 23rd from 9-7pm and Saturday until 3. My manager lied to me and told me that i want you to stay on until you get paid. When I went to hr she said my production didnt warrant overtime, when I in fact I worked late and worked late with her and other bankers to try and finalize my pending deals. If I was 7 days short of 10 months, I guess I didn't warrant the commission, although i wish i wasnt told otherwise. I certainly Should not be docked overtime.
Also, other colleagues of mine were allowed to stay until dec. 31st, why wasn't I allowed so i could earn my commission. Instead of terminating me on December 24th.

When I reached out to

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Maximus Aurelius in New York City, New York

14 months ago

There is currently a class action suit regarding the issue of overtime. Do a search and you will likely find it. Don't give up, get what you are entitled to.

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Gone4good in Columbus, Ohio

11 months ago

Team_Work_Works in Columbus, Ohio said: Face it. Chase is not an employee friendly company. If you want to have ANY quality of life work elsewhere. I worked there 4 1/2 years. Management has a good thing going there. They don't do anything but put unwarranted pressure on employees that are already stressed from the work load.

So very, very true. I left because I was sick for three weeks and when I came back I was actually pulled into an office by three managers and was picked apart and humiliated (after i had reported being bullied by a few coworkers). I was told by the head director I would be "written up if I caused them any more occurrences or trouble." They actually tried to say it was my fault. I had a perfect record, was never written up for anything, ever, and had been with the company for over five years. I finally walked out after being treated like this. I love the job I have now. They just were not worth it for me stay there. I knew God desired for me to be treated MUCH better than this! Amen!

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Bruce in Springfield, Missouri

10 months ago

Bubblehed738 in Springfield, Missouri said: Here's a good one for you boys and girls. While the average employee gets paid less and less every year, either through "incentive" pay getting cut or hourly pay being reduced, here's the reason...
Jamie Dimon made last year...

$1 million in salary
$14.5 million in bonuses
$356K in "other compensations" whatever that is
$13 million in stock options and awards
for a grand total of....
may I have a drum roll please...
$28.9 million

His pay up 5%
Your stocks down 7%

Gnaw on that one for awhile.

I did gnaw on that one... so I did a little math. Research shows JP Morgan Chase has roughly 250,000 employees. So, if you divide Jamie Dimon's salary and benefits packages total (rounded up to $29M) by the number of employees at JP Morgan Chase, then divided by 50 workable work weeks in a year, divided by 40 work hours, and you have what equates to less than a $.06/hr raise for all JP Morgan Chase employees by doing away with the CEO.

Seeing as they would then need someone to run the company, I assume you'd like to step up and fulfill the role of CEO at your current pay, plus $.06/hr? I assume you know all about banking.

People like Jamie Dimon get paid so well because they know how to grow businesses and employ ignorant fools like yourself.

In our current fiscal economic system, moral hazard as it is: unfortunately controlled by central banking (until we can implement a way to be without central banks), large banking firms NEED competent leaders. That can keep them going, and even lead mergers such as the acquisition of Bear Sterns in 2007 - a significant event I'm sure you're not overtly qualified to handle.

If you really want to complain about your income, look at the fact the federal reserve has inflated the dollar to less than a tenth of its value when the federal reserve was established a century ago. That's the source of your financial woes, not some CEO's salary.

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harlesss in Grand Rapids, Minnesota

8 months ago

Could a few of you who know A LOT about JPMorganChase email me directly?
I got fired for missing work, and need some advice. Will explain more in email.

In subject put "chase termination" so I don't accidentally delete it.. thanks in advance!

harleygriffis@yahoo.com

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Tati in Riverview, Florida

6 months ago

I couldn't take the rudeness and unnecessary stress anymore and I resigned.

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tatilaley in Tampa, Florida

6 months ago

Gone4good in Columbus, Ohio said: So very, very true. I left because I was sick for three weeks and when I came back I was actually pulled into an office by three managers and was picked apart and humiliated (after i had reported being bullied by a few coworkers). I was told by the head director I would be "written up if I caused them any more occurrences or trouble." They actually tried to say it was my fault. I had a perfect record, was never written up for anything, ever, and had been with the company for over five years. I finally walked out after being treated like this. I love the job I have now. They just were not worth it for me stay there. I knew God desired for me to be treated MUCH better than this! Amen!

Same thing happened to a guy I know.
He reported to HR this temporary contractor for violating the Code of Conduct many times and the director turned it around and blamed the reporter, because they were friends....so the nasty guys immunity permitted him to do it to others. This guy created a very volatile environment, and I personally saw this guy bringing an semi ak47 in the trunk of his car.

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ItProfessional2 in Florida

6 months ago

former employeein RB / San Diego in La Mesa, California said: It's better to be unemployed than to get mentally abused by Chase .

I agree.
Also, the JPMORGAN "buddy" system exceeds excellent employee performance and encourages good employees to leave, leaving a bunch of mediocre under-paid folks who would take the punishment, unfair treatment and unprofessionalism just for a few bucks. The Tampa site is a very hostile environment.

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mslouisiana in New York, New York

6 months ago

JPMorgan Chase is unfiar to the ABM's in the company. The position is being eliminated and if you were making any kind of pay and had been there any length of time..then they are finding reasons to let you go.
I was terminated July 21 for not enough documentation on the tellers. I used all the correct forms that is approved by the company but my manger at Frankford & Midway in Dallas Texas wanted me to use a NOTE sheet.
After 16 years and NO problems before then in November 2013, I get a new manager and then I started getting wrote up for each review. End of year , first quarter, did not even make it to mid year.
Who else is in this boat and what can we do????
Happy to be gone, but hey that severance package would be nice...
UNfair

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Ex-BusinessAnalyst in Florida

6 months ago

ItProfessional2 in Florida said: I agree.
Also, the JPMORGAN "buddy" system exceeds excellent employee performance and encourages good employees to leave, leaving a bunch of mediocre under-paid folks who would take the punishment, unfair treatment and unprofessionalism just for a few bucks. The Tampa site is a very hostile environment.

Management leave a lot to be desired. There is an epidemic of abusive behavior, threats and rude comments in project meetings and conference calls. They seem to reward people for cusing and yelling at others. They would hire undesirable contrators, roll them over as employees and even make them managers to get rid of good people with seniority who have built the company to what is it today.
SHAMEFUL! VERY UNFAIR!

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Ruby Slippers in Las Vegas, Nevada

6 months ago

Ex-BusinessAnalyst in Florida said: Management leave a lot to be desired. There is an epidemic of abusive behavior, threats and rude comments in project meetings and conference calls. They seem to reward people for cusing and yelling at others. They would hire undesirable contrators, roll them over as employees and even make them managers to get rid of good people with seniority who have built the company to what is it today.
SHAMEFUL! VERY UNFAIR!

My sister worked for WAMU for 15 years and never had a problem. When Chase took over, she barely made it a year.

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Ex-BusinessAnalyst in Florida

6 months ago

Ruby Slippers in Las Vegas, Nevada said: My sister worked for WAMU for 15 years and never had a problem. When Chase took over, she barely made it a year.

I know if a guy that was reported by 3 different employees, including a manager, for using obscene language and offensive comments. The guy was not even permanent and had problems with everybody he came in contact with, even the security guards at the main entrance. They couldn't get rid of him because the director was his friend...LOL...so HR dismissed the reports.
JP have lost many of it's subject-matter-experts due to this management style.
Managers, directors and human resources do not listen to their employees. They only interested in collecting their paychecks, retirement and year-end bonuses.
They could care less about little guy who does most of the work, support the applications and build the systems. HR could care less for the employee's career nor maintaining a professional environment.

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Jobless in Grapevine, Texas

2 months ago

My story at JPM is both good and bad. I started in retail banking in 2005. I had finished grad school after looking for months, a friend recommended me to apply as a licensed banker to sell mutual funds and all the other bank products. I got the job, studied and passed the licenses I needed (series 6,63 and Group1) but as soon as I was working at the branch level I knew the job was not for me. As a new employee at any commission job it takes time to build a clientele and develop a strong pipeline but that never was what JPMChase wanted. The goals were almost impossible to attain. When I was there, you had to meet all your goals in banking, loans and investments to get paid on it. I would always hit one but not all... So they kept all the commission. After 11 months there I got "lucky" and transferred to a different part of the bank. At the time I knew little of what I was about to do and there was little to no training in this area because the department was also new but I went out and bought several books and started to learn about hedge fund custody. The first couple of years were a bit surreal but by my 4th year I knew the business and worked many long hours to become (what I thought was) a valuable asset to the department. They even moved me and my family to the Northeast to develop the business there because they thought it better to be closer to NYC. I never should have taken the move. I was at JPM for a total of 5 and a half years. The worst was the last 10 months there. I had heard rumors of bad managers that would get promoted but up to that point I had been very lucky. Then she came out of almost no where... She not only was able to get rid of the Operations manager for our group. She was also able to cause the departure of half of the staff. When senior management started noticing she was able to convince them it was due to them finding other jobs... Not her bully style management or her yelling, belittling or lack of understanding.

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Jobless in Grapevine, Texas

2 months ago

Then it came time for my boss... he fortunately missed part of her intentions to get him out but he was left with a position of no power over her. She was able to align herself to become my boss but she knew little of what I did. I had no respect for her and had had enough when one of my subordinates told me of an incident where she verbally abused and belittled him and his work. I approached my old boss on this (basically her boss now) and he told me, "I have my hands tied in dealing with her". That's when I decided it was time for me to go. She was unreasonable and not approachable on any issue that pertained to her ability to manage others or understand my aspect of what we did in the department so I felt it best to leave. My problems had yet to begin though. She happened to be well connected not just within JPM but had some contacts at a few recruiting firms that specifically dealt in the industry I was in. By the time I had found out what she did it was too late for me. I had taken some time away from work to figure out if I wanted to stay in the industry. The work is stressful by itself and there are long hours but I enjoyed dealing with the clients and reading the monthly letters that are distributed to only investors. Just being able to see how one fund manager interprets a financial event is interesting (at least it is to me). After several months I started looking but really got no where... My experience meant nothing. So I called former recruiter to find out what they knew. They worked as an internal recruiter at JPM but they had contacts they could talk to. Once I found out I knew my career was over. She had contacted the recruiters she did know and had advised them that I was a bad employee... That I was told to resign or that I would have been fired. I resigned in the 4th quarter of 2010 and have not really worked since that time. Nice to know that someone like her is still at JPM.

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Jobless in Grapevine, Texas

2 months ago

I have thought of contacting a lawyer but the damage is done. Even if I tried to claim potential earnings I would have to find someone on the recruiting end to divulge how they got their information. Even my contact explained they would rather not get involved as it could potentially drag them into something that was not really for them to know. I just hope that what goes around, comes around but that just trying to make myself feel better.

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former chase employee in La Mesa, California

2 months ago

Jobless in Grapevine, Texas said: I have thought of contacting a lawyer but the damage is done. Even if I tried to claim potential earnings I would have to find someone on the recruiting end to divulge how they got their information. Even my contact explained they would rather not get involved as it could potentially drag them into something that was not really for them to know. I just hope that what goes around, comes around but that just trying to make myself feel better.

all the best of luck to you - i do have an attorney here in CA and we are nearing the end of our 3 yr battle - we are going to settle on 2 cases. I feel the attny I have is great, and hardcore but chase is bigger and harder! So we will settle rather than try to go to trial and have them appeal until I die! if you had chase stock in your 401k - look up attny Jacob Zamansky - he's handling and ERISA violations case out of New York - for all current and former chase employees that have or had chase stock in their 401k, a class action for not managing the stock properly.

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former chase employee in La Mesa, California

2 months ago

I know there are some employees from CA that have moved to another state to continue to work for chase and became super suck ups to the supervisor who also moved and now they are safe because they are brown nosers - I'd rather have my dignity and no job.

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Jobless in Grapevine, Texas

2 months ago

former chase employee in La Mesa, California said: I know there are some employees from CA that have moved to another state to continue to work for chase and became super suck ups to the supervisor who also moved and now they are safe because they are brown nosers - I'd rather have my dignity and no job.

I have sold all my investments... and I do mean everything. 401k, Roth IRA, Stock Options, even 529 just to keep treading water. I spread out the sales over the last few years to minimize the tax liability but either way, I have almost no income. I have cut spending on everything and have moved in with "the parents" to make the money I do have last as long as possible but it's almost gone. I was very aggressive at saving and investing when I was working but compounding interest on a depleting amount of money is not good. I want to work but no one is hiring anyone like me... MBA with experience. I have applied for jobs at lower levels but I am almost 100% sure the second a recruiter sees my resume, it gets thrown out as over qualified or my name is on some recruitment database as "do not hire". i can only pray for either a large economic explosion in the US (highly unlikely) or the lottery (even more unlikely).

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UNETHICAL PROMOTED in California

1 month ago

Jobless in Grapevine, Texas said: I have sold all my investments... and I do mean everything. 401k, Roth IRA, Stock Options, even 529 just to keep treading water. I spread out the sales over the last few years to minimize the tax liability but either way
Hang in there grapevine. Its hard in Houston too. I am equally skilled and qualified, and these guys are pure evil. As soon as I can, I'm outta this joint without hesitation. My managers give all of the assets to only a few advisors after new advisors quit, so they can get better payouts themselves. Meanwhile, they are wrecking the long term growth of this whole company. They suckered all of us advisors in a few years ago to coax us into bringing in our books, then cut our pay in thirds.

Unethical, evil, snd short sighted. Good luck JPM.

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Not important in West New York, New Jersey

1 month ago

nswtd in cambridge, Illinois said: what was your position there? do you know anything about the Private Mortgage Banker?

Hello I know I'm extremely late with this response but I'm a private client mortgage banker at chase in NY...and it pays 21k annually...they expect you to bring in 10 apps a month and to close it only takes 100 days and they pay the month after the closing of you meet a 400k threshold...oh harps take 90 days to close and fha deals forget it those never close. Any more questions let me know...in conclusion of you want to go broke move forward and join chase that's what I did in the hopes that a big name will increase my earnings now looking to join a mortgage bank they actually close and pay all and all within 30 days...oh by the way of you love titles u will be good there as well as everyone is VP

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new in chase in New York, New York

1 month ago

any advice in Chase Lockbox unit?

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K in Astoria, New York

20 days ago

My mother worked for Chase as head teller for a bit over 15 years. Loyal and devoted to her position, her clients, and her co workers, never calling out sick (once or twice in 15 years) and always going in early or staying extra late to help solve and problems. She was fired yesterday from her job because some HR Chase rep in Kentucky claims that he checked her computer usage and saw that 3 months ago she used her work computer to check her own credit card account and redeem cash back points... CASH PACK POINTS ON HER OWN CHASE CREDIT CARD ACCOUNT! They didn't even give my mother a write up or a warning, they went up to her and told her she was terminated for not following the code of conduct, and she doesn't even remember doing such a thing since she clearly knows the rules of the workplace. They gave her the option to leave immediately or stay the rest of the day and work... and she chose to stay and work! Not to mention every single one of her coworkers were crying harder than she was to see her go. 15 years of her life put into Chase, just to be kicked out on the street with no severance or even any one to talk to about this unlawful and ludicrous decision. Who can we reach out to about this?? She's a mother of 4 children with a mortgage and car to pay off!

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