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I worked at Chase full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
Being a personal banker in the branch is all about LOCATION! LOCATION! LOCATION! High traffic areas can really help with your commission structure. Low traffic areas tend to be in the more affluent areas so opportunity is available there also. I think everyone's experience is based on their specific branch my branch was really close and family oriented so we had fun at work, but every Branch Manager may not be as lenient. Its a great place to start in sales good training and mentoring.Cons
When I first got there the commission structure was great a lot of opportunity to make money then throughout the years they put a lot of caps and made it very hard to make a decent commission check especially if you are an "unlicensed banker". Licensed bankers still have a good opportunity to make a good chunk of money but of course not like before. Also depending on your branch if you are an "unlicensed banker" be prepared to be a teller when the line gets busy also since the roles have recently been combined.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Consider at least getting some advice from your retail bankers a lot of the chances do not benefit us and make it harder for us to be motivated, with the constant changes and added responsibilities in job roles and commission structures.RecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
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I was hired as a teller with previous experience. The hiring process was easy. Nothing out of the ordinary. I was interviewed by the manager and assistant manager. They really wanted to get a feel for my personality. They asked me a couple of personal questions but nothing too privying. It was important for them to know what kind of person they would be spending time with.Interview Questions
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