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1 day ago

Technical Architect, VP - Corporate Technology & Risk – new

JPMorgan Chase Dublin, OH

Corporate Technology & Risk (CTR) delivers streamlined and consistent solutions supporting JPMorgan Chases Controls, Compliance, Legal, HR and IT… ClickCast

1 day ago

Business Technology Controls- Control Reporting Analyst II Consumer – new

JP Morgan Chase Company Columbus, OH

will include: * Integrates and normalizes data from various sources in preparation of analysis… jobsradar.com

17 days ago

Processing Associate - Global Business & Document Servi

JP Morgan Chase Company Westerville, OH

Global Business & Document Services (GBDS) is the corporation's primary print production and distribution unit for JPMorgan Chase. Global Document… jobsradar.com

7 days ago

Business Analyst

JPMorgan Chase & Co Westerville, OH

This position will be directly involved in all aspects of technology usage and practices within the Court Orders & Levies Department. This position… Ivy Exec

30+ days ago

Research Specialist - Consumer Banking - 1st Shift

JPMorgan Chase Westerville, OH

* Perform research on transactions to determine how they need to be posted or how they need to be corrected… ClickCast

2 days ago

Operations Specialist II - Escrow Administration Insuranace - Mortgag – new

Jp Morgan Chase Columbus, OH

The Insurance Vendor Audit Team assists in monitoring the daily operations of insurance functions performed by our Vendor to ensure accurate… jobsradar.com

2 days ago

Ccb Risk -Consumer Risk Control And Governance, Control Analyst – new

Jp Morgan Chase Columbus, OH

JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global financial services firm with assets of $2.6 trillion and operations worldwide. The firm is a… jobsradar.com

2 days ago

Sas/Unix Business Systems Analyst II – new

JP Morgan Chase Company Columbus, OH

Chase offers a dynamic environment and the training and support to meet your full potential. Our company is widely… jobsradar.com

2 days ago

Ccb Risk - Mortgage Banking, Operational Risk, Vice President - Or , T – new

JP Morgan Chase Company Columbus, OH

CCB Risk - Mortgage Banking, Operational Risk, VP - Columbus OH or Lewisville, TX (150115554) JPMorgan Chase & Co. (NYSE: JPM) is a leading global… jobsradar.com

3 days ago

Private Client Banker - Square ,

JP Morgan Chase Company Columbus, OH

As a Private Client Banker, you are the main point of contact for a select group of Chases affluent clients, as well as other customers in the… jobsradar.com

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    Decent paycheck. Soul-sucking experience with little gained.

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    Former Employee - Operations Analyst in Westerville, OH
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    Pay was adequate, schedule flexibility/time off good. Management really did not seem to care, so it was easy to come and go as one pleased. This had the advantage of making it easy to leave early for something and stay extra the next day. Obvious disadvantage is that some people worked roughly 2 hours a day. This was a disadvantage to me because when fellow employees underperformed management would just reallocate their work load.


    Incompetent management. Infinite red tape - corporate bureaucracy at its most insane. The HR department insulated horrible coworkers from getting fired/transferred/demoted/etc. Intra-office politics controlled promotions (and therefore raises) as opposed to work ethic, fresh ideas, and motivation. If any thing, these latter categories were frowned upon because in order to implement good ideas then things would change. If things changed, then the day-to-day become more efficient and transparent. If that happens, then the management has to ask others to change what they do. People from generation X and up hate to change stuff. They get angry. Even if it is something like "rather than printing everything out, save it as a pdf on the network drive." They foam at the mouth and yell at you. It was insane. I attribute all of this to the corporate culture there. I've worked at other places where everyone expects changes to happen and everyone welcomes greater efficiency and transparency and motivation. The culture there was like a 1960s, protestant, stubborn, selfish, I'm-just-doing-what-I'm-told, deference to protocol/policy, bureaucratic, litigious, and terrible. Furthermore, from a practical stand point, there weren't enough rest rooms. It was god awful. I don't believe that the company doesn't care about its employees. I just think that the concept of *considering* your employees has never crossed their mind. They employ you, give you a cubicle, your manager gives you work to do, and that's it. So, they don't purposely do this... but it is b/c that company is exactly the mega-corporate giant you see in movies like hudsucker proxy or something. Unreal.

    Advice to Management

    Be a human being to your employees. Don't lie to them. Be on *their* side. Don't trade them between departments like interchangeable cogs. My managers lied to me on several huge departmental changes, and it shattered my work ethic. The CEO, Jame Dimon, used to send out newsletters that said stuff like "our company has almost no debt! we're awesome!" All I had to do was look up Chase's SEC filings to find that 94% of the company was in the 'liabilities' column of the balance sheet. Propaganda? Really?

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