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To excel or grow, all you need is someone higher up to like you. Imagine having a manager that’s so immature and knows nothing but that person is a manager, flirts with the employees and calls it team bonding. You talk, you’ll get blacklisted.
The teller position is basically exploitation, the banker position is basically a dead end unless your higher ups favor you, the culture is incredibly fake and grounded on outside of work hangouts where everyone gossips over drinks, and the teller hours are a joke. Unless you have a backbone but most importantly patience, do not apply. I'm sure other banks pay more and have a less toxic job culture.
just about everything else
Branches only care about the customers input/surveys and will use the negative against you, management can be retaliatory and HR doesn't seem to do much about it. I've seen coworkers apply for other positions and management told them the only way you can move is it you do A,B, and C, or block it completely even if the candidate already qualifies. They never ask what the workers need to make things better or be better at their jobs. No company celebrations, no raises, no bonus'.
Left another huge banking corporate to join the JPMorganChase team as a licensed banker. I couldn’t be more happier. The Company strives on helping you in career development. Their coaching is on point. From what I’ve seen Chase goes the extra way for their customers. The customer service is exceptional. I was a little worried to leave the other huge financial giant, but I could not be more happier in that decision. I also took a pay cut to come here. I don’t regret it.
While my time at JP Morgan was indeed short, 7 months, I feel the company prioritized popularity over employee growth and satisfaction.
This company is not for those looking for advancement or those of us who desire a welcoming and healthy working environment. I experienced a great deal of hostility and the management at my location had no experience in hospitality, leadership, discern for others or personal and employee growth and satisfaction. I knew immediately upon arrival things were not stable in this location, however I stayed to introduce change and a different direction in leadership. I am deeply disappointed in the company as a whole due to its lack of respect for professional and care for other’s well being.
If you follow instructions well, are teachable, are willing to adjust selling techniques according to Chase's needs you will do fantastic. If you're smart you will learn that servicing clients needs and earning the right to increase on that banking relationship you will do very well. The other thing to look for is to move to a branch in a good market so that you'll be more successful. The more successful producers work from branches in upscale neighborhoods and move up the ranks quicker. Chase is an excellent company to learn from the bottom and work your way to the top, but it has to be their way and not your way of doing things. If you can live with that you'll do fantastic. All of their products are geared to help the customer maximize their banking needs, and all you have to do is present them with those opportunities.
People were professional and advancement is easy if you work hard meet or exceed expectations. I had two roles both in Client Services and enjoyed both. My managers were all kind and as long as I was doing well they were happy to support me in advancing my career
OK place to work for. Could have have more opportunity for advancement. Unfortunately I lost two of the jobs I had with Chase. After the first loss, it was easy to find another job with the company. After the second loss, I decided to leave the bank.