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Elena Bajic
2006

(26)

5 stars

(90)

4 stars

(56)

3 stars

(35)

2 stars

(8)

1 star

Recommend to a friend

72%

Say this is a great place to work

69%

Proud to have on resume

80%

Most Helpful Positive Review

Former employee - Senior Vice President

You will be surrounded by very smart people. JPMorgan is a machine - things work there. Processes have been established. There is accountability. There is strategy. People remain friends after they leave the company.

Most Helpful Critical Review

Former employee - Vice President

You must network and find a sponsor if you want to see your career move forward both financially and through development. The culture varies by division but the company is so big you can easily move between divisions if you want. The annual review process is ineffective but you must participate and play the game. There is not much support if you do not carry favor with the MD or most influential leaders for the business group you are in.

Former employee - Associate

Would change the work flow

Former employee - Associate

Be prepared and know what you are getting into

Former employee - Associate

Very hardworking kind of work culture

Former employee - Vice President

Important to stay current while working here; be aware of internal developments/changes and politics; develop and maintain solid relationships internally and externally. Find your niche/specialty to excel. High standard of integrity, excellence/reputation for individual, reflective of company extremely important.

Former employee - Vice President

JP Morgan Chase is professional, high quality, pro-active

Former employee - Vice President

This company has a great reputation and holds employees to a high standard. The company is filled with extremely dynamic, intelligent, competitive employees. It was rewarding to work there but my time there also came with challenges.

Former employee - Vice President

Throughout most of the company, the culture was collaborative and supportive. However, that was not the case In my direct organization.

Former employee - Vice President

The hiring process and culture that looks to discount the value of employees through the annual review process which uses a forced ranking. Women and especially women of color are constantly looked over for promotions and advancement opportunities at a company that has all the bells and whistles to support diversity such as employee networking or resource groups, diversity leaders and compensation for employees who participate and lead inclusive activities. Senior management is top heavy with people who do not necessarily understand how their contributions fit into the larger scheme and HR is overpopulated and ineffective for some businesses but lean for others.

Former employee - Vice President

Each division has it's own sub-culture. It's best to get a position and then move from there. Even if it's not your ideal position. It's so big that you are only going to grow as much as your job description so it's up to you to take control of your career there and network and find sponsors or a board of directors to help you move forward.

Former employee - Vice President

You must network and find a sponsor if you want to see your career move forward both financially and through development. The culture varies by division but the company is so big you can easily move between divisions if you want. The annual review process is ineffective but you must participate and play the game. There is not much support if you do not carry favor with the MD or most influential leaders for the business group you are in.

Former employee - Vice President

Promotion is very difficult at times

Former employee - Vice President

You will have the ability to work with smart people

Former employee - Vice President

Smart people succeed working at JPMorgan.

Former employee - Vice President

Needs access to cross-functional managers and decision-makers

Former employee - Vice President

Important to identify and foster a relationship with a mentor in order to help you navigate and ensure advancement opportunities.

Former employee - Vice President

The culture is highly silo based with clear, direct reporting lines. Across silos, employment opportunities are highly inclusive. I found a key differentiating factor to be the Executive Training Program where the top levels of JPMC leadership lead classes and webinars over a one year period to explain, teach and reinforce JPMC's culture to advancing members of management across all business lines.

Former employee - Analyst

The ranking process is a bit political but I don't see any other institutions which do a better job of it. The process at times seems a bit subjective and opaque.

Former employee - Analyst

They are very focused on pedigree, so it can be very tough to break into if you're coming from a non-target school.

Former employee - Analyst

People are incredibly smart and hard-working, and everyone is very respectful of one another. Seniors take pride in mentoring juniors.

Former employee - Vice President

Needs to better identify the people truly deserving a career advancement