"INTENTIONALLY LEFT BLANK,"
"It's a good company with friendly environment and we can develop our skills"
"I worked for JPM for 2.5 years. There wasn't little communication on how analysts were selected for specific rotations. As a result, this caused a lot of internal frustration. Overall it was a good experience but there was a lot of bureaucracy."
"Great place to work. Great management and coworkers"
"Diversity is everything, this company holds many BRGs-Business Resource Groups, which helps builds morale and improves day to day morale."
"I worked briefly with JPM, along with two other people, as Senior Operations Analyst in what was a relatively brand-new created department. We worked with VIP loans before sending them to the next department. The training was top-notch. I liked everyone I worked with. I did not like how I was let go, though. Like everything during COVID-19, the economy is taking a beating: so businesses have to cut costs. My department was let go: me and three other people were let go. We were consultants. I understand being let go, because the company does not have money and times are tough, but being told that I wasn't "catching on" fast enough, three weeks and three days into a job position that requires detailed training, whether that's taking compliance classes or studying procedure: this makes me disappointed enough to not recommend JPM to any person looking for work with them, whether in a temp. to perm situation or otherwise. The compensation was great. The people I worked with and my manger were great, what isn't great: once they let you go, you can't work for JPM or any of it's subsidiaries. I could understand not having that opportunity if I did something wrong, violated procedure or policy, but I did not. It's disappointing JPM has to parse words, instead of having the guts to say: "hey man, we gotta let you go, the economy is bad and we can't afford you", I'd have more respect for them if they had gone about it that way. I was not aware they let me go until I could not login remotely and had my recruiter explain the situation to me. Disappointed something great had to go sour so soon."
"It's a great company to begin your career in. Several opportunities for internal mobility and with that comes exposure to very smart individuals."
"JPMorgan Chase is one of the oldest financial institutions in the United States. With a history dating back over 200 years. JPMC operates in over 60 countries with more than 240,000 employees worldwide. As a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.4 trillion, JPMC is a leader in investment banking, financial services for consumers and small business, commercial banking, financial transactions processing, and asset management."
"Too large of a company to review"
"Very well run Company, but very large."
"Nice place to work, especially if you're looking for stability."
"Great people to work with. Strong connection to the organization."
"I have found the work environment to be poor, although this depends on your job function. Direct managers have always been a shining part of this job."
"I've worked at JP Morgan for two years. In my time, I have had the pleasure of being lead by competent managers who serve as a driver to succeed. The technological push by the firm is very forward thinking and the ability to learn new technologies has only helped to make myself a stronger employee."
"Worked for Chase since 2012. It helped me grow and get my foot in the financial services industry. Learned there is more to banking than the retail branches."
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