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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."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Nov 12th, 2020
"I would tell everyone, man or woman, the same thing. Run as far away as you can and don't look back, unless you are being hired as a 20 hour teller or you're being hired into a high-level position (Financial Advisor, Director, etc.). Part time employees put in little work, but still get benefits, which is rare for a lot of companies. High-level positions start off with decent pay, and great commissions. It's also a lot easier to move around in the company if you want to at that level."
"There are definitely problematic pockets within the organization, but there's a substantive and meaningful effort to change culture for the better and implement a more equitable structure. "
"The benefits (PTO, parental leave) are really great. It may not exist in all departments, but the overall culture toward promoting women's careers is good."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Oct 21st, 2020
"The firm is committed to seeing women succeed and have roles out several development programs to aid individuals in their pursuits."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Sep 23rd, 2020
"For those in technology, I would not recommend JPMChase as it is not the firm's bread and butter and often times technology organization is treated like second class citizens. It is a hard pill to swallow especially for those who are ambitious and looking to drive change at a larger corporation. The firm has an immense number of groups to join, internal courses and resources, but I would say they are heavily slanted to favor financial services and not technology practices. Pay is okay, but not great for technologists and in comparison to technology companies you will be paid under market value. All things combined are important things to consider when choosing your next role. JPMChase is a great firm and has cache, but it does have it downsides and many people find this out once they've accepted an offer and started within the firm and then they feel stuck. This happened to me and I would hate to hear that this would happen to another fellow FGB woman! "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Sep 3rd, 2020
"I will start by saying that people definitely have different experiences depending on the department and team they are on. Within HR, there is a lot of flexibility when it comes to hours, working from home and taking time off but some departments do not offer as much flexibility in terms of remote work (this of course will probably change with covid). You get a ton of time off (5 weeks a year and even more after 5 years) and people taking two week vacations is becoming more common. They have a great mat leave program (I think it's 13 weeks now) and have a parents concierge service to help you fill out leave paperwork and switch over benefits for the family. They also provide a free milk stork membership and pumping rooms in the corporate offices. Gender diversity was made a major priority in recruiting and I feel that there is equality in terms of treatment within the company. Things are very different right now with covid slamming the travel industry but they will bounce back eventually. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Jul 13th, 2020
"There are always opportunities available. The best part is, every manager is available to help you with your next career move. They are always willing to look for opportunities and help give you skills to succeed. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Oct 21st, 2019
"I would recommend the company to anyone. They have been at the forefront of recognizing the importance of having a diverse workforce."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Oct 14th, 2019
"WFH is not consistent across departments, but hours are very manageable."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Oct 10th, 2019
"If you have children, you will not see them working hours are long and very stressful do to bad management."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Jul 5th, 2019
"Working in IT is like a running treadmill. Most of the top positions are taken by white males or hires from Goldman Sachs. Unless you are a star and you get lucky to have encountered someone who appreciates your work, it is a long drawn and difficult process to be recognized let alone appreciated. This is specially true for women of color, Asian-Indian or other. Caucasian women have a lot more attention than most of the women in terms of diversity. At least there are some role models for them."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, Philippines on Jul 3rd, 2019
"There are a lot of women on top-level positions. As long as you have the skills, gender will not impede you from career advancement. Plus, they leave you enough time to live your own life ?"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Jun 19th, 2019
"Fabulous place for women to work. They take their diversity agenda seriously "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase, United States on Jun 14th, 2019
"To me, it seems there are too many people working or attempting to work, there are no clear owners of strategies, leaders are mostly managing people and not the process/team, as there is no clear owner, multiple organizations opine, but it is hard to deliver results when there are multiple teams/organizations. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 11th, 2019
"Great benefits even for part timers, so family life is easy to balance "
"Former employees have always said that you need to leave and come back in order to get a competitive salary and that is exactly what I had to do in order to get a promotion after 3 years with great performance evaluations. I would consider another bank first. Work life balance was moderate. They have a 2 week mandatory vacation policy in the investment bank but vacation day allocations were not competitive with other banks. There were plenty of women ERG groups that promoted a better work environment but these ideas were rarely implemented. Overall, management did not treat women any differently on a day to day basis. However, bonuses were slim to none especially in operations roles. "
"Women are pidgeonholed. They will often question a woman’s competency. Many fellow male workers will often not be helpful or answer questions. The too-competitive environment leaves team spirit wanting and real collaboration lacking. Those in control vie and overtly maintain their notoriety ensuring they get the best opportunities by elbowing out women and older employees - anyone their culture will question or have negative bias towards. Not everyone there is like this, but so many are, and managers just look the other way or are afraid themselves to speak up. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jan 17th, 2019
"Amazing potential for career growth; however, given large size, difficult to experience changes in culture."
"Be aware of political games, those can make or break your career there"
"Great conviction in and commitment to gender diversity throughout the organisation "
"In my office, there does not appear to be any large issues in regards to gender bias."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jan 8th, 2019
"Really use all your resources to find out as much as possible about the manager. Be diligent in networking after you arrive - your current manager might change many times so you need to be ready to move along when you encounter someone who will be a hindrance to your career because of racism/sexism."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Oct 19th, 2018
"Its a great place to work with a lot of opportunity for all genders"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Sep 6th, 2018
"The company has great lactation rooms that are really helpful and also a great maternity leave policy. The only thing is that depending on the team you’re on, it can get difficult to get away from your desk to actually use the lactation room. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Sep 1st, 2018
"My time at JPMC could have been much better if management adhered to the corporate policies and initiatives. The company encouraged work/life balance - my manager was inflexible with any fluctuation in schedule except for Dr. appts. The company encouraged diversity - my manager had a reputation for firing and more harshly reviewing female analysts (regardless of performance.) I left the company when I couldn't take any more of the manager's harassment despite having reported her to Human Resources multiple times. Because of this manager I've had to choose between caring for my newborn and myself...of course I chose to take care of my child but am now dealing with the health issues I neglected."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Aug 13th, 2018
"Great leave but long hours. Work life does not exist and no flex schedule."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jul 30th, 2018
"that it is a place that women can get ahead and be paid the same as men. I was paid higher than most of the men in my peer group."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jul 25th, 2018
"that they are fair and good for work life balanev for the most part "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jul 16th, 2018
"Great place to work as a mom and / or young woman"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jul 1st, 2018
"Do it - very good flexibility for moms. I liked it. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jun 11th, 2018
"I think these days JPM is much better towards women, but I wouldn't know about the pay (I think that still very much depends on a woman's ability to be confident and to negotiate same salary as a man). "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on May 16th, 2018
"There are a lot of initiatives to support career advancement for women in the tech space."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 14th, 2018
"Experience will vary by line of business. I do feel on average women and minorities are paid less that other colleguess"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Feb 14th, 2018
"Some groups are great, and others have no flexibility and require face time."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Feb 6th, 2018
"It’s a great company. Choosing the manager wisely will get you so far"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Feb 1st, 2018
"some sites have onsite child care facilities, parental leave is a full 16 weeks fully paid, there are equal opportunities within the company. overall good place to work "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jan 24th, 2018
"Great company maternity leave has increased by 4 weeks. But omly some positions are available for part time."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jan 10th, 2018
"Do not work for this company they do not allow you to have life balance. They only pretend to care."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Nov 27th, 2017
"The benefits are great as far as PTO, maternity leave, and 401k matches. There is also a lot of support for families with various seminars about work life balance, mea planning, eating healthy, being a single parent, etc. Depending on your role you might be too busy to attend but most are an hour so it's possible to make time. Flexibility can be great in some departments and nonexistent in others. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Nov 21st, 2017
"Work hard, ask questions and network because it a very, very large organization and you never know where your next opportunity might come from."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Oct 9th, 2017
"Beware of the talk about women in leadership, walk is all different."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Oct 4th, 2017
"They are forward thinking and there are many internal mobility opportunities."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Aug 17th, 2017
"Network and try to move up quickly."
"Great Business Resource Groups Women try and promote and support each other"
"Stable career and decent income as well as opportunities for advancement if you apply yourself. "
"They are a very understanding and diversified company that offer a good amount of time off and sick leave and maternity leave to take care of your family."
"Wonderful benefits and great opportunity for personal development and professional growth."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on May 31st, 2017
"dont do it because its not worth the hassle. The credit analyst role is catered especially for men and you will be pushed to the underwriting side. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 6th, 2017
"They have a good number of women in sr. executive positions. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 1st, 2017
"Be vocal with what your needs and expectations are with senior management."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Mar 30th, 2017
"Not supportive of family life... poor inclusion efforts... good policies but terrible behaviors by middle management"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Mar 14th, 2017
"Take risks, be passionate and be engaged so you identify opportunities when presented "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jan 23rd, 2017
"This employer has some catching up to do although 16 weeks maternity leave is good for US"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Jan 4th, 2017
"The company is on the surface making efforts to show their commitment to women in the workforce. There are good women's groups within the company that connect women of all levels and through which useful talks and events are available. However, it's still financial services, and a large majority of those in upper management positions are white men. It is hard to determine a path as a woman to the top, as there are not enough women up there."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Nov 2nd, 2016
"It may be great for caucasian or jewish women. But not for others."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Oct 31st, 2016
"They treat women fairly. I would recommend this employer. The CEO of one of the divisions is a woman."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Oct 21st, 2016
"Not ideal workplace for women depends on your boss and how accompdating they are"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Oct 13th, 2016
"If you work hard you get rewarded. I've seen a lot of women in hiring executive positions and when I've asked about how they got there they said their hard work was noticed."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Aug 15th, 2016
"Be true to yourself and be resilient. if you have been hired by the firm it is because of your skills."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Aug 8th, 2016
"Your manager matters greatly in your experience. And once you have children, you will be on the mommy track. Lots of lip service to diversity and work life integration (buzz word there) but women leave in droves. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Aug 5th, 2016
"It is heavily dependent on your manager and office culture. Some tend to be much more flexible for work life balance and others value face time."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on May 9th, 2016
"The company offers great opportunities for advancement overall, however many of the best paid functions are still heavily dominated by men."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on May 3rd, 2016
"Yeah i would recommend it - it's got great benefits and paid vacay that you can take right after your 90 days if ypu want to"
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 7th, 2016
"Good benefits, maternity leave, ability to work from home."
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 6th, 2016
"A lot depends on your manager with support around time off and the leave policy. You have to have a strong commitment to push through and be successful. There's no one to help you navigate it but you. The maternity leave is nice, 16 wks paid, but you're responsible for the whole year's results, so you take a hit there. There is some schedule flexibility, but most of my work is done in the office, so you may have some flexibility but if it takes 50 hrs to complete your week's tasks you can't help cutting into your parenting time. "
Anonymous shared this review of JPMorgan Chase on Apr 1st, 2016
"Good telecommuting policy. Most managers are open to working from home as needed or setting a standard schedule to work a day or two from home every weeks. I am very pleased they just increased maternity leave to 18 weeks."
"There are a good number of women in technology but they are mostly in business analysis roles. There is the typical unconscious bias issues that come up day in and day out that one must manage. There are diversity efforts sponsored by senior managers and these efforts are action oriented programs including sponsorship, mentoring, and training."
"There are a lot of women working in the private bank, but not a lot of new, younger moms. I think this is attributable to different evaluation methods and metrics that have been put in place over the past 5 years in addition to the lack of support that younger moms get from older more established women."
"Generally I believe women are treated fairly but senior management is male-dominated and not diverse, which makes it tougher for women to "network" with them. Mid-level women don't seem to advance because of these subtle issues."
"There is a focus on the advancement of women. The company generally offers flexibility, but it can be at a manager's discretion and thus you won't necessarily be able to take additional unpaid maternity leave or work from home."
"I joined JP Morgan Chase due to their excellent maternity benefits & being listed as one of the best places for working moms. They also have a great policy for telecommuting. The team I originally joined was very supportive of my family plans & being able to telecommute. However, after I joined, the leadership on my team changed. As did their policies & stance on telecommuting. While I was pregnant, they were very good to me & the maternity benefits were very accommodating. However, once it came time to return they were not realistic about the demands of being a parent & requested too much. I also watched other mothers not being given the same opportunities as their male counterparts due to their family obligations. There are very few women in leadership roles. Those that are tend not to have children."
"Women are looked over for promotion and they mostly go to men. They interview all even though the manager knows they will not really be considered for the job opportunity. If lower level employees have an idea, they get batted down most of the time."
"I have worked here for 4 years. Employees get 3 weeks of vacation which increases to 4 weeks after 5 years of service. Maternity leave is currently 12 weeks. There is the opportunity to have flex working arrangements if you boss is open to it."
"Because JPMorgan is so large, AND a merger of many different banks with different cultures, there are great departments and some subpar. It's difficult to truly know what to expect from one group to the next. There are still plenty of men in the "good ole boy" network, but it's difficult to know that until you work with these folks."
"Women supportive all the way, after a while working here if you're good all your effort will be recognize and paid on: opportunities, new challenges, flexibility on your job as a new mom without sacrificing authority or the position you might have earn with time. They are highly interested of keeping women on manÃ¨ge meant positions therefore provide several options to make it work for moms"
"Pretty good for women. Probably need to put in more hours to advance which could effect work life balance."
"Really no internal mobility here"
"Women are passed over for manager jobs or you have to know someone to get ahead in this company. Don't try help another woman in the company who they are mistreating it get turned on you."
"Opportunities for advancement are very group and manager specific."
"It can be a great place to work depending on the management in place in your department"
"Boys Club!! You better know how to play golf, but then, you wont get invited to play."
"JP Morgan Chase, gives you the opportunity to grow in your career by encouraging you to move around in the company. Another large company that I worked prior to JPMC, did not like you to do that. I am so blessed to work with such great people, both within the department and other cross-lines of businesses!! awesome place to work!"
"Senior management is a bunch of goog old boys who protect other males and let the women work the long hours and weekends. Even women in senior managment don't last long."
"Well for the most part. It is a male driven company. But I prefer that. Different departments throughout the company treat their employees different ways. I have absolutely NO complaints though."
"Too many bosses and not enough chiefs"
"Be confident and you will be able to succeed and climb the ladder."
"Keep a low profile for the first year. Management are not your friends although they want you to think so."
"Don't sweat the small stuff, work hard & you can make a good living. However, if you are interested in promotions you may want to look elsewhere. This is definitely a good old boys network."
"I would take advantage of the 401K match from the first day I was able to contribute."
"There are many women in higher management. They have a women's forum that travels and blogs."
"Good Maternity Leave Benefits. Large Company with lots of opportunities, just have to have the patience and contacts to navigate through it. Company does reward top performing employees, but the pay may not always match the caliber of work being done."
"I have worked here for 5 years in three different areas. IT is mainly male dominated so it wasn't uncommon to see more men in leadership roles. In the next department, senior management shuffled around so much it was difficult to get a feeling of being grounded because my job and boss was constantly changing. The last area I worked in is full of some very inappropriate and unprofessional people. Back stabbing and bullying is encouraged and promoted."
"experience depends on office location (city/state/country)"
"My job was incredibly boring and I hated it. It was a very impersonal, sterile environment. However this could have just been the department I was working in. It also wasn't a good fit for my personality or interests. Women and men seemed to be treated equally, as far as I could tell. The top manager in my department was a woman."