Toxic culture is understatement. This is something you need to understand about chase. Care about wealthy and business customers only. Employees treatment was a joke. Avoid chase if possible.
Really excellent but should be more understanding than a awareness of anything that was my approach when working for a #3law firm in the nation enjoyed over 3months of both parties.
Sales and retention were a high priority
Answered - Branch Manager (Former Employee) - Naples, FL
In my group, it was terribly disorganized and frenetic for that reason. Institutional knowledge was sparse (in terms of people and procedure guides). It was all DIY, flying by the seat of your pants. All of this was papered over for senior management's occasional walk-throughs, the proverbial dog and pony act.
Pretty fast pace not a lot of time to talk to coworkers
Answered - Remittance Processor (Former Employee) - Belleville, MI
It depends on the manager you get.
Answered - Operations Specialist (Former Employee) - Melbourne, FL
Work environment is to always be on task, time management is key but you must know how to manage your time before you work at chase it is not something that can be taught nor is responsibility of management to make sure you can do this
Answered - BUSINESS Specialist III (Current Employee) - san antonio, tx
Answered - Collector II (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL
Nice no one us judges you at chase
Answered - Payment and adjustments (Former Employee) - Columbus, OH
Answered - Custom Finance Auto Loans Representative (Former Employee) - Tampa, FL