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67 English questions out of 67

December 31, 2020

What is paid time off like at Chase?

Pros

Ample vacation time, plenty of PTO and paid sick days, great maternity benefits, opportunity to move up, performance based bonuses, they really take care of their employees

Cons

Short staffed often, in branch technology could be more reliable, strict rules, high expectations, only have 20 hour teller positions

Advice to Management

Staff us better so that someone using their ample PTO or sick time doesn’t cause an emergency for the branches. Give the possibility of full time teller positions so we can have more flexibility and reliability (20 hour tellers are not typically flexible because of factors like second jobs, school schedules, or kids, and tend to make for high turnover). Give raises to bankers.

Ample vacation time, plenty of PTO and paid sick days, great maternity benefits, opportunity to move up, performance based bonuses, they really take care of their employees

December 31, 2020

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April 6, 2021

Does Chase offer relocation assistance?

Pros

Great benefits package, 401k 100% invested immediately

Cons

Low pay for the industry

Advice to Management

Stop the micro managing

Great benefits package, 401k 100% invested immediately

April 6, 2021

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April 26, 2022

Does Chase offer massages?

Pros

Depending on who is your manager, they care for you. Free uniforms on certain budget each year, some events to know other Chase teams, employee benefits on checking accounts

Cons

If bad manager, you could have a bad time. I kept getting different managers and some were not good with communicating with their team. Training could use some work.

Advice to Management

Communication with ALL team members! Please stop relying on the supervisor because sometimes they don't care about the associates.

Free uniforms on certain budget each year, some events to know other Chase teams, employee benefits on checking accounts

April 26, 2022

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February 13, 2022

Does Chase offer dental insurance?

Pros

The only good that came out working for this company is that you get benefits (medical, vision, dental, and 401k) as a part-timer. That's it!

Cons

I can say a lot of things about this company, but I'll make it short: Trust issues among the employees and management, stressful, incompetent, gets a little depressive in the work environment, tolerating self-entitled customers who yells at you for no reason, and many more.

Advice to Management

My advice to management is that don't accuse your employees of saying things and/or something and reporting them without getting proof first. Very distrustful!!

The only good that came out working for this company is that you get benefits (medical, vision, dental, and 401k) as a part

February 13, 2022

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December 31, 2020

Does Chase offer family leave?

Pros

Ample vacation time, plenty of PTO and paid sick days, great maternity benefits, opportunity to move up, performance based bonuses, they really take care of their employees

Cons

Short staffed often, in branch technology could be more reliable, strict rules, high expectations, only have 20 hour teller positions

Advice to Management

Staff us better so that someone using their ample PTO or sick time doesn’t cause an emergency for the branches. Give the possibility of full time teller positions so we can have more flexibility and reliability (20 hour tellers are not typically flexible because of factors like second jobs, school schedules, or kids, and tend to make for high turnover). Give raises to bankers.

Ample vacation time, plenty of PTO and paid sick days, great maternity benefits, opportunity to move up, performance based bonuses, they really take care of their employees

December 31, 2020

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