JPMorgan Chase

Company
JPMorgan Chase
Headquarters
New York, NY
# of employees
10,001+
Industry
Finance
Website
www.jpmorgan.com

Diversity Report - Gender

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Female

49.0%

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Male

51.0%

Diversity Report - Race/Ethnicity

Asian

16.0%

Black

13.0%

Latinx

20.0%

Native American

White

29.0%

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female
black
heterosexual
21-30
not a veteran
Analyst, Commercial Banking
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Tenure:
Would you recommend this company to a friend?
July 6, 2020

Diversity programs

I'm very involved and I attend a lot of events. I think the programs are effective, but it depends on your group and hiring manager. They've been instrumental to us getting diverse talent. There are some affinity groups for the broader company. There's BOLD, Pride, Women on the Move. I'm involved with them, and that's been great, but in terms of programs specific to my group, we don't have any. A lot of what I do is just reaching out to people and forming relationships that way. I've had great mentors that have formed organically - there isn't a formal mentorship program. Those mentors have helped me with my promotion discussions.
July 6, 2020

Relationships with manager(s)

My manager has been really supportive. She used to report to a Black manager, and I think she's learned what a manager should do in terms of promoting employees. At the same time, I'm very forward about noting my accomplishments and being transparent about my goals. I also quantify a lot of the things I work on. For example, I have a spreadsheet with everything I've worked on and what teams I've worked with, but I also do extra stuff like recruiting and setting up internship events. I give her the playbook in terms of how to advocate for me.
July 6, 2020

Application and interview process

I applied through campus, and then I was invited to a super day. Communication was pretty good through HR, but once I had my super day, I was the only person of color there applying for a corporate banking position. I went through a target school, and if you're not at one, I really recommend using your network and reaching out to people.
July 6, 2020

Promotion discussions

Being in the analyst program, the dates for promotions are pretty set in stone. I'm on track for my promotion, so I haven't had any issues with that, but I have seen some other minorities in my group that have struggled with their promotion. I've definitely benefited from being in a structured program, but we'll see what happens once I move out of it.
July 6, 2020

End-to-end

JPMorgan is an incredible company. Working at a firm that's so wide spread and has such a great reputation has opened doors for me in terms of networking, that I don't think I would have if i was at another firm.
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female
latinx
Director + Level
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Northeast Region
Tenure:
Would you recommend this company to a friend?
May 27, 2020

Diversity programs

Not everyone has the same experience as I did. I worked hard to get where I am. I was going 200 mph while my white peers were going 100 mph. While they were talking about topics I didn't know, I was googling under the table to learn about it. I put in the work to build key relationships with people that I knew would be at the table when decisions would be made. If you just put your head down and hope that someone notices you, it won't work. You have to build those relationships and maintain them.
May 27, 2020

Accessibility

JPMC does an amazing job with Disability Inclusion. It goes above and beyond the automatic doors, ramps and meeting legislation. There's a big effort to make sure people with disabilities have everything they need to assimilate from day 1 – let it be through training, technology or manager support. The company often sends out communications and reminders to be inclusive and keep in mind the different accommodations employees with disabilities may need
May 27, 2020

Diversity programs

I am part of the Latino/Hispanic Business Resource Group (BRG). The company calls these affinity organizations Business Resource Groups vs. Employee Resource Groups to make sure that the mission of these organizations are connected to the business. The BRGs work closely with business leaders to help increase diverse representation, develop diverse employees and celebrate the different cultures by promoting inclusion initiatives. There are over 10 BRGs at the company and throughout the year's programming we see a lot of cross-BRG collaboration. The Diversity & Inclusion Team also does a good job at supporting the BRG Leaders – all of them volunteer to run these organizations – we see employees from all levels getting involved.
May 27, 2020

Relationships with manager(s)

In a 250,000 person company, is not realistic to say that every single managers is great. While the company tries to train all managers at the end of the day is an individual choice what type of culture managers want to create for their teams. The employee engagement scores we as employees see whenever the employee opinion survey is published are usually high. Which is a good measurement of the companies culture, but there are managers that do their own thing and give employees a bad experience.
May 27, 2020

Diversity programs

There are many ways to get involved within the company outside of your day to day job. JPMC provides several opportunities for professional growth. You can join a Business Resource Group, volunteer for many community service programs, mentor others in the company through the iMentor program, or consult non-profits in a project by project basis through Corporate Responsibility. There are several events happening on a monthly basis to learn about the economy, new technologies, politics and more. There's even a Financial Wellness month where employees are invited to join multiple events on how to get financially fit.
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female
latinx
21-30
Senior Associate
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Tenure:
Would you recommend this company to a friend?
May 28, 2020

End-to-end

I love it. I know people have different experiences, but for me, it's a great cultural fit. The company is transparent and straightforward. It's work-hard play-hard, and that really aligns with my work preferences.
May 28, 2020

Diversity programs

So far, I've only had the opportunity to go to a few events. For Black History Month, they sent out an agenda and brought in different speakers. They also had an Advancing Black Pathways event to mark the program's first-year anniversary. There's a lot of visibility, and the emails for the events go out to everyone in the company. They did the same sort of events for Women's History. The company does everything; it's very well-organized. It's a huge step up compared to my last company..
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female
latinx
21-30
Senior Associate
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Tenure:
Would you recommend this company to a friend?
May 28, 2020

End-to-end

I love it. I know people have different experiences, but for me, it's a great cultural fit. The company is transparent and straightforward. It's work-hard play-hard, and that really aligns with my work preferences.

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