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  • CEO
    Jamie Dimon
  • Founded
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    $5B to $10B (USD)
  • Industry
    Financial Services
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Associate Banker in Apopka, FL
on September 20, 2021
The people that I worked with are very nice and I liked the hours that I got during my time there. However, I didn't think I got proper training to help me succeed at the job. Maybe it's due to the fact that the branch I worked at was a busy branch, but I didn't feel fully prepared to succeed at the job. In fact I'm not sure if management truly cared about my success. The only time that they do care is if I make a mistake.
Associate Banker in Las Vegas, NV
on September 17, 2021
It’s hard coming into work because the entire team hates coming to work so it makes it hard throughout the day. And the manager doesn’t care too much.
Associate Software Engineer in New York, NY
on September 12, 2021
Overall: It's not for everyone, but you will pick up a lot of skills as long as you’re not working on their proprietary tech and have a good manager. At the time of writing Chase does invest in staff training for things like AWS which is a major plus. Just be careful, they’ll cut your heart out with a smile on their face, especially if you’re a contractor. As a contractor they'll give you little notice about renewing your contract if they do at all. At the analyst/associate/vp level there is some protection from the hire and fire cycles, and if not at least they try to place you on another team.From a technology standpoint Chase can be pretty rough, avoid proprietary tech at all costs or forget about many of your skills transferring to another job. Glaring, reoccurring problems are addressed, sometimes. Many processes are so confusing you'll have to do them 2-3 times just to get them right.There is some flexibility, but don't get too cocky or the professional middlemen will make sure you cross your t's and dot your i's. You can largely forget about suggesting process improvements because you're there to be a cog in a machine. Staff are friendly and approachable but there's a lot of ingrained processes / stubbornness for any substantial change to take place. They're glad to make you feel like your cute little concerns are heard though.Chase throws money and people at the problem until it's solved, which creates its own set of issues. Teams are oversized and lead roles are extremely competitive; it's tough to stand out. People will be hired even as projects are maturing and winding down. New hires could be looking for a job in 3 months, even if you're not a contractor. The benefits (particularly retirement) are nice but don't count on collecting them.Chase may have a flashy new office but beneath the fresh coat of paint this is classic bureaucracy at its finest. Despite all this, Chase is worth sticking out 2-3 years at least especially if you can get a VP role as they seem to have some protection from the hire and fire cycles. However, if you're not a VP , move on to something else.
Project Manager in Monroe, LA
on September 10, 2021
Very employee driven company. There is always something fun going on. Next week is employee appreciation week. Plus they do outings away from the building.
Member in Michigan
on September 7, 2021
Work was okay, but terrible stressful at times. Some times is was great, while other times it was bad. One might say, it was the best of times and the worst of times.

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First you must let the customer know you are there to help, listen carefully to understand what the real issue and address it with a positive attitude.

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Describe an angry customer and how you were able to resolve the situation in a positive manner?

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