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66 English questions out of 66

6 April 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

6 April 2021

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26 April 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

26 April 2022

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6 July 2022

Does Chase offer dental insurance?

Pros

Really good benefits for a part time job (3 weeks paid vacation, really good health and dental)

Cons

Can be very stressful if you are at a busy branch. Highly regulated industry so managment is very rigid about policies and procedures

Really good benefits for a part time job (3 weeks paid vacation, really good health and dental)

6 July 2022

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31 December 2020

Does Chase offer parental 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

31 December 2020

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4 February 2021

Does Chase have a pension plan?

Pros

Good benefits, pension, insurance, 401k, good days off/ regular work hours

Cons

I started at Washington Mutual before Chase took over as a teller and moved up through the ranks to branch manager after the acquisition. Right after the acquisition, you can tell everything went downhill. It just got worse and worse. The company changes everything up yearly as far as how they operate and when I was a banker, they drastically cut the commission which is why I went to be a manager. The way chase works is the person high on the ladder, to protect their job, has to throw someone below them under the bus, and in turn, the next person throws another subordinate under the bus to avoid the axe. Very stressful job and the company seems greedy. Before I left they cut a bunch of staff in lieu of machines that nobody likes so that tells you they care more about saving money than customer and employee satisfaction, regardless of what they say. Washington mutual was WAY better to work for.

Advice to Management

Stop micromanaging and stop being so fake at the boring meetings, acting like every change is so good just to “uplift” the beat down employees. keep it real and say it sucks. Can’t stand the fakeness. Thinking about those days makes me cringe. So happy I left, like a Boulder off my shoulders.

Good benefits, pension, insurance, 401k, good days off/ regular work hours

4 February 2021

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