Customer Service Specialist (Current Employee) – National Capital Region – 5 April 2018
Company is awesome! Considerate to employees and they give the best benefit you can have. They will accelarate you to the next position possible if you are qualified. They give best motivation as well. And provides incentive on the side if you are qualified.
Team Leader (Current Employee) – National Capital Region – 20 March 2018
JPMC is by far the best company I have worked for. Most of the leaders are great. The company invests in its people the right way. A balanced life is an option that is purely decided on by the employee.
Great place to work, coworkers are easy to get a long with and very helpful
Client Service Speciali (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 January 2018
My job as a Client Service Specialist included taking phone calls by customers or merchants and answering any inquiries they may have. What I like the most about the company is the leadership by the managers. They are helpful, nice and very understanding. In addition, the coworkers went above and beyond when it came to helping fellow employees which resulted a workplace that everyone could thrive.
Great coworkers, strong leadership team and a lot of overtime opportunity
Fund Accountant (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – 18 January 2018
Working with JP Morgan Chase & Co. definitely elevates me in the market as you bring its name wherever you go. It is my privilege to call it my first home as it was a great training ground for my career. I definitely miss the culture and people there!
Teller/Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – North Bend, WA – 5 December 2017
I really enjoyed working at Chase. The workplace culture was very friendly and I enjoyed meeting new customers. It was very interesting to watch new customer relationships developing into a regular clientele base. Everyday I would learn something new, which I applied to my professional growth. The hard part of the job was that there was no margin for errors. I always had to be on guard for fraudulent activity. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with money.
Some workplace cultures favor the individual, while others give preference to the collective. A collective workplace culture is one in which employees tend to discuss issues and attempt to come to a consensus. Collaboration and a focus on the goal, not individual achievement, are hallmarks of collective workplace culture. Organizations with well-defined, formal structures in place focus more on the ability of the individual to get her job done, and decisions are made by a designated manager. Collective workplace cultures tend to develop in smaller companies.
Technology Associate (Former Employee) – National Capital Region – 8 November 2017
I love this company due tonWork life balance, team building and nice workplace. The management is full support of your career. They also encourage employees to move a new job function. I learned project management and vendor management when i became the delivery manager for the whole Philippine global service center. It helps me a lot in dealing with vendors, legal team, spurcing and top management for the chasing of their signatures nd sign off to all our contracts with our vendors. I enjoyed being a technology support associate specially in my job function, dealing with vendors, legal team and price negotiation.
Unit specialist (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 8 October 2017
Being an american bank in Canada provides a wide range of advancement and opportunities. The work involved: - helping the agent on phones to provide the best exceptional customer service. - Replacing a team manager by taking on their tasks. - evaluating the agent performance by listening to thir call and rating them as per the bank's guidelines.