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23 days ago

Corporate - Execution Management - Project Manager - VP

JPMorgan Chase New York, NY

The team is looking to hire a Project Manager to join the Execution Management Team to track and… JPMorgan Chase

3 days ago

Project Manager-VP - Corporate Risk Management – new

J.P. Morgan New York, NY

A Vice President plans, designs, and successfully executes solutions that impact the business and deliver results though implementing risk and… J.P. Morgan

15 days ago

CIB Tech - Production Delivery Project Manager - VP

J.P. Morgan Chicago, IL

manages risk and extends liquidity in markets around the world. We are seeking an ambitious… J.P. Morgan

9 days ago

Associate, Project Manager - Corporate Finance-PMO

J.P. Morgan Newark, NJ

with Operations and Technology, and all LOB finance teams. The PMO will bring technical core finance knowledge and experience… J.P. Morgan

24 days ago

Project Manager, Employee Compliance & Regulatory Reporting

J.P. Morgan New York, NY

This Project Manager Position is within the Firm’s newly formed Employee Compliance & Regulatory… J.P. Morgan

24 days ago

CIB – Business Architecture and Transformation – Project Manager - Associate

J.P. Morgan New York, NY

The Markets Strategic Initiatives Group is a dedicated team of project and client facing resources that are focused on delivering against large scale… J.P. Morgan

7 days ago

Asset Management, Project Manager, Vice President

J.P. Morgan New York, NY

and specifically supports the Credit Business. The Credit Operations Project… and partner closely with the Technology Project Manager as well as with Front… J.P. Morgan

7 days ago

Asset Management - Scrum Master, Project Manager, VP

J.P. Morgan New York, NY

- Experience working using Agile Methodology. - Experience in building… J.P. Morgan

18 days ago

GWM - Derivatives Regulation - Project Manager - Assoc

J.P. Morgan New York, NY

The Wealth Management division of JPMorgan Chase & Co. is part of the Asset & Wealth Management business segment. It has offered for over 160 years… J.P. Morgan

29 days ago

Compliance Project Manager - Due Diligence Operations

J.P. Morgan Brooklyn, NY

related to Anti-Money Laundering span every business, function and region - and apply to every customer and client of the firm. The AML/Sanctions… J.P. Morgan

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    Regulated, rigid and regimented culture.

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    Current Employee - Business Banker in Seattle, WA
    Current Employee - Business Banker in Seattle, WA

    I have been working at J.P. Morgan full-time (more than 3 years)


    There is potential to make really good money if you have strong relationship building skills and don't mind cold-calling. Nice retirement package and stock option discounts. Other useful employee perks for banking products as well. Location is very important with the way the pay plan is set up.


    Management hierarchy is set up in a way that is uncomfortable for everyone involved. The culture is a very rigid system built upon behaviors and micromanagement of those behaviors. The micromanagement starts from the top down and any deviation from the standard sales behaviors is frowned upon, even if it's working. Not a place where innovative thinking is encouraged. Pay plan policy is set up in a way that benefits the company instead of the employee. Like I mentioned before, you can definitely make a lot of money, but sometimes you have to argue your case to get paid on a commission.

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    Start listening to your employees. Let's say that an employee of yours is the top sales producer in the District for upwards of 1 1/2 years. It's probably a good idea to ask how they are achieving that level of success and ask them to share it with their peers. This would create a culture where employees feel valued. If you encourage that employee to share his/her success with the rest of the district you are not only celebrating that person's success but you are demonstrating that hard work and innovation are recognized. This would help you with changing the current behaviors based culture into a strong sales culture that recognizes creative thinking. I think it would increase the level of personal ownership in your employees and would lead to happy clients and great employee retention.

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