Site Engineer (Current Employee) – Ashburn, VA – August 22, 2017
I have logged in over 4 years under Randstad Technologies as a Site Engineer. It is a good first IT job for anybody trying to get in the field and develop experience. The position deals more with hardware and cabling with light amounts of administrative work. The management are great. The workplace culture is also great. You learn a great deal about Data Center practices and procedures if your looking to expand your knowledge on the administrative side then you won't get much here. The work has a high demand for detail. It helps if you are proactive as well. The work/life balance can be poor if you are relying on this job as your main income and you have family. It does pay below the local market for the similar positions in my area. The environment is mostly relaxed.
Relief Team Leader- Senior Specialist II (Former Employee) – Columbus, OH – January 16, 2019
This is a great company I was with for over three years. I grew so much and was promoted each year that I worked. I loved management and how I was treated for most of the time as a Chase employee. Benefits and paid time off are amazing.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Frederick, MD – January 16, 2019
I started as a debt collector which was so stressful because part of my salary was based on my performance to get credit card holders to pay their minimums or entire debt. This position was held during the economic recession so most people were struggling and did not have money thus they often yelled at me and it was extremely frustrating and more-or-less verbal abuse each day. The workplace culture was great because all employees were able to help each other and talk whenever. Schedules were customized to each employee. Advancement was slow and it was sort of a dead end at times. I did learn about managing money i.e. savings, how credit scores work, reverse mortgages, and much more. It was great when I could get someone on a payment program so that they could payoff their debt.
Workplace culture, flexible schedules
Customer verbal abuse, high stress and frustration
Executive Director (Former Employee) – NY – January 16, 2019
Fair compensation, fair benefits. Overall, great company. Culture is very serious, client/business focused. They hire talented people in Asset Management. Work/Life Balance and flexible work arrangements, while being stressed as imported from top of the house, isn't really the case when requested.
Ntl Post Closing - Inv Banking/FHLMC Supervisor (Current Employee) – Monroe, LA – January 16, 2019
A typical day with my team(s) here at Chase are fast paced, customer oriented and regulation driven. It is imperative that we are partnering with our other peers daily to ensure that our requirements are met both internally and externally. I lead a team that works extremely hard each day to ensure these successes.
Mutual Fund Specialist, Private Bank (Former Employee) – Newark, DE – January 16, 2019
Working at JPM was rewarding experience. It required having to work well independently and in a group atmosphere. It was also necessary to work with other teams within the organization to achieve signed task. I found that I needed to work many extra hours due to transitioning work from other location.
banker (Former Employee) – Naples, FL – January 15, 2019
I believe that Chase underpays for all the added things and changes they make. Its like a new Wells Fargo. They have you making calls between customers. Its no wonder employees cheated the system. I believe a pay raise should come in when you get loaded with more work.
benefits of insurance and 401k
short lunches, long shifts, schedule instability, underpaid, the culture feels like high school, gossip
It was a good place to work steady pace work. It was a sit down job, that was pretty interesting. I had got the job through a temp agency, so it was just temporary but it was a good place to work every year the season came back around to work their.
Military Services Operations Specialist (Former Employee) – Lewisville, TX – January 15, 2019
Chase was a cool place to work. I hold several position there and at each position it was not that much as increase in pay. For me I was a little concern with because that was one of the reason for growth.
Private Bank - Mortage Operations (Former Employee) – Westmont, IL – January 15, 2019
It's fine working there - until budget cuts and re-orgs happen and then they cut large populations of their workforce with no notice. You come in one day and walked out an hour later along with 1/3 of workforce. ComEd and AT&T will give people 3 months notice and help them find something internal.
There is not a standard remote policy, up to manager's discretion so some people can and others cannot.