Employee Review

  1. 2.0
    Former Employee

    Terrible Culture

    25 Apr 2021 - Private Banking Analyst 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    -good opportunities to learn (global morning meeting call) -a few decent people that will support you during your time there and beyond -salary

    Cons

    I have PTSD from working here especially as 1) a woman 2) a person of color. Forget it. Save yourself. It’s an awful culture. They act like this is IB when it’s not. Not everything has to be so urgent. They will talk down on you if you’re a woman and again especially if you’re POC. It’s a white male dominated industry. That will never change. Wake up! It’s 2021. The women who work here are intense because they have to be and in turn I never felt supported by them. They felt like they worked hard to get to where they were and that’s that. There is so much bureaucracy. I was also client facing but the client service associates who do all the back end work deserve to be paid more. That will reduce turnover and make them a bit happier. So many politics. I hate office politics more than anything and this is one place people will backstab you. Be prepared. They also hate when you want a higher education. Beware. I’m going for my MBA now and they laugh at that. I would have stayed for the actual work but the culture is just so, so awful.

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  1. 5.0
    Current Employee

    Great place to launch your career

    18 Jun 2021 - Investment Banking Analyst in New York, NY
    Recommend
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    Pros

    Smart, talented people and a phenomenal culture

    Cons

    Not applicable. This is a great bank.

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  2. 5.0
    Current Employee, more than 10 years

    Prioritizes employees and embraces a growth mindset...

    12 Jun 2021 - Anonymous Employee 
    Recommend
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    Pros

    J.P. Morgan embraces a growth mindset and offer many paths to help you develop your skills and promote career mobility. During the pandemic, they also took the necessary steps to keep employees safe and where hiring at a time when many companies were laying off.

    Cons

    Many employees wish to continue working remote, however, there is a push from senior leaders for everyone to return to the office. J.P.Morgan could do a better job recognizing the cultural shift that took place because of the pandemic. During the pandemic, we've proven our ability to adapt and are even more productive than before. Many employees recognize the benefit and use the reclaimed commute time to spend with our families or complete work tasks. J.P.Morgan launched initiatives to be more green and forcing all employees back to the office conflicts with those priorities. The added expense to employees and the increase in emissions and wear and tear (e.g., tires) is inconsistent with going green.

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