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Commercial Banking - Treasury Management Officer - Middle Market C&I - Philadlphia – new

Chase Philadelphia, PA

of this position include: • Working in partnership with market bankers to develop new profitable business from prospective clients; Developing… Chase

20 days ago

JPMorgan Securities | Client Associate, 7 & 66 |

Chase Philadelphia, PA

• Serve as a liaison between the sales team, branch management, compliance and various other business units throughout the firm. Manage account… Chase

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    Current Employee - Risk Management Analyst in Wilmington, DE
    Current Employee - Risk Management Analyst in Wilmington, DE

    I have been working at Chase full-time (more than 10 years)

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    Adequate salary.
    Adequate Benefits.
    I get to work with very smart people, it can be a great place to learn and grow.


    They tend to look outside for new talent and to fill management positions. Actual promotion from within is almost non existent; unless of course they are trying to meet numbers for women and minorities in certain positions. Promotions, when they do come, don’t usually include a salary increase. They also have a tendency to “eliminate positions” to get rid of people. This isn’t exclusive to Chase, since I live in Delaware I have a number of friends who work at Barclays, discover and Bank of America and they have shared similar experiences. There appears to be a tendency to eliminate the positions of employees over the age of 50. Again this is not exclusive to Chase. As I approach that period in my life I can’t help but wonder how long they will keep me around. I've never met anyone at Chase who has retired of their own free will and accord.
    Additionally the work environment has changed dramatically. The standard cubicles have been replaced with low wall desks in “open” settings. The noise is untenable and it has reduced productivity across the board. Of course they would disagree because they will never admit to being wrong.
    Salary and Bonuses are inconsistent from one line of business to the next.

    Advice to Management

    First and foremost they should return to the old cubicles so we can get some work done without the constant interruptions of non work related chit chat. I now know way more about my neighbors then I ever wanted or needed to.
    Do away with inter departmental ranking systems and compensate your employees based on merit. If you have 5 people in your department that deserve recognition it doesn't serve you or them by placing one above another.

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