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Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Apr 15th, 2021
"Great benefits with paid holidays. Pretty good pay and decent raises along the way!"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Mar 30th, 2021
"Do in depth research on the role and team you are looking to get hired within before accepting an offer. Understand the respective team culture. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Mar 22nd, 2021
"We can make a difference still. When I left JPMC, I was needing more flexibility with working from home since that's how I work the best and plus, my son was just born. The opportunities to have a great career at JPMC exists still... Workers at JPMC either then to fall under several camps, 1) look way above everyone's heads to their own goals and make no lasting changes, 2) look at eachother and work together to try and make a difference despite confusing directives (but these folks know how to run the ship), 3) look at eachother and scratch their heads at mgmt's decisions that have no lasting changes, 4) keep your head down, do the bare min and make no waves. The best thing about working here was the training and experience gained. Everything else is noise when it comes to the frequent re-orgs, management shuffle, and yes, some micro-managers."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Mar 18th, 2021
"Since JPMC is such a large company there is certainly some level of comfort working there. There are areas of the company where things feel relatively safe and stable and women can have positive experiences. However, there are many areas as well where that's not true. It can be very luck of the draw in a way. I was fortunate enough to get to move out of a bad situation and then have the opportunity to try to make a difference. But at such a large company it's hard to impact the culture beyond your immediate area."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Jan 13th, 2021
"It is a great place to grow and learn but be prepared for it to be an all consuming job. Accenture has high standards for work and high expectations for productivity. People are smart and collaborative but things can get political, particularly promotions."
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