How is feedback of Chase mortgage for employees? Is there any percentage discount on interest for us? Do you recommend a non-Chase mortgage?
Any layoffs coming please let us know here usually happens in February!!
A colleague did not get a raise and it is not clear if it was a mistake or what. Let me just say that he is one of those hard-working people. Does that mean those who didn’t get a raise can expect to get cut soon?
This is why if you are below an Associate why they do not give out performance bonuses any longer. They have to feed the fat pig at the top with a $33 million raise and 9.5% raise on top of it. Jan 20 (Reuters) - JPMorgan Chase & Co (JPM.N) Chief... — read more
I know some seem to be satisfied with their raises and bonuses but for the majority, this has been a wake-up call. I received a 2% raise and no bonus. They can put aside millions and millions for bonuses for the ELT, but giving some of us a proper... — read more
JPM makes a net profit of what, $50 billion+ plus and brags every quarter how well they are doing. Manager says in compensation meeting that the only people eligible for the yearly compensation bonus are associates and above. If you are below a 601... — read more
Most folks received between 5% to 9% raise in CCB which is better compare to last year.
DUDE! It’s completely ridiculous that Jamie is willing to fire unvaxxed NYC employees, what about the rest of the unvaxxed employees in other states?! It’s completely not fair…it’s targeted and during this time of confusion the firm needs cohesion! — read more
Raises will be doubled too.
More and more people are complaining about being underpaid yet we have some of the best salaries in the industry. It's not your pay that's the issue, it's you not knowing how to handle money. Learn to live within your means and you'll see how quickly... — read more
I really can't do this much longer. The way out is either to say NO or to start looking for another job, or both, because I think I would surely lose my job if I said no and refused to let them add more to my plate. How do you say no and not... — read more
What job you hold in the organization has always dictated perks and early dismissal in this organization, but this pandemic has highlighted it. Low paid employees are expected to come in everyday, while higher paid employees work from home, or work... — read more
little birdie tells me yes. they are dusting off those recovery & resolution plans
We have an employee who never takes time off, works 10 to 12 hours and managers do nothing. What is wrong them.
I applied to a company maybe five years ago and today they texted me to see if I was still looking for a job. Hilarious.
The employee turnover in my group has been insane the past 18 months. Yet when you look at our org chart, it's a bunch of empty boxes. We cannot get the OK to actively recruit and make offers, though we are always posting job listings as if we... — read more
I too got a bad review. It demoralized me more than anything. Why? Because I really tried and worked a lot harder than when my review was good. I am completely honest with myself and I am always self-critical, but I still don't understand why bad... — read more
Please stop insisting we make sure to maintain a healthy work/life balance and then cut more people from our branch. If I have to do several more jobs on top of my own, how am I expected to have any work/life balance??? I don't know if this is... — read more
double pay raise and bonus for this year due to inflation.
For a while I refused to accept how much everything here got downgraded. I used to be proud to work here. Now I work with a bunch of mediocre people who act like they’re in high school (of course there are exceptions). A manager who knows how to... — read more
Are you worried about too much wage growth like the fed is?
I've heard people boast about the fact that we have fewer layoffs than other major banks and I can't help but laugh. Of course we have fever layoffs when our work environment is so cliquey and toxic that everybody runs away at the first opportunity... — read more
With the new NY state mask mandate going into effect Monday 12/13, all NY-based employees will now be required to wear a mask at all times (EVEN AT THEIR DESKS) since JPMC does not require vaccinations for employees/guests to enter their office... — read more
Given the skills and abilities of new hires, there are two possible explanations: either it's never been easier to get a job here, or very few talented job applicants apply here? I have no other explanation for the poor quality of the new... — read more
I've submitted applications and interviewed, but haven't heard anything.
Does anyone know what we should expect for EOY raises or bonuses?
Every week I get notification seeing my searchers from this firm searching for me on linkedin. Gives me a creep for coworkers are such stalkers....
I know that they are not interested in the opinion of employees at all, but I am interested to hear what people would suggest to the management? I would love to slow down the attrition but it seems to be a lost cause now and beyond any control... — read more
He made comment in Hong Kong where he jokes his bank will outlast the ccp
Associates, are allowed to demean and talk down hourly and clerical staff by VPs. Not sure if these VPs can't be bothered, don't know how or are themselves bullies, but they are refusing to deal to with these Assoicates. They allow them to get away... — read more
https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-11-24/jpmorgan-s-jamie-dimon-says-he-regrets-his-comments-on-china?utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=socialflow-organic&cmpid=socialflow-twitter-business&utm_content=business&utm_source=twitter Jamie never... — read more
Won't be good for bank's reputation, if so. I'm sick of the negative headlines.
What is the logic, when you look at top and bottom line performance over the past 2 years? Our chargeoffs were minuscule compared to the dire projections, for example. We are paying a measly 17% income tax rate and running a 58% overhead ratio. ... — read more
It never used to be this way. I have had to meet with assistants, analysts and associates before meeting with the actual hiring managers, if I get that far. It's exhausting.
This thread is for info about potential Chase layoffs? Any chatter, news or rumors?
Is AreaX as good and productive as the execs keep telling us?
What's the name of the group? Is it a good employer and do they lay off a lot? Please let me know. Thank you.
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