J.P Morgan Chase & Company Case study

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  • These are groups of employees with similar interests who meet to share ideas, grow professionally, and make contacts throughout the firm. Employee Networking Groups are open to all employees of JPMorgan Chase. Today, more than 20,000 employees around the world are members of our networking groups, including:
  • J.P Morgan Chase & Company Case study

    1. 1. J. P. MORGAN CHASE & COMPANY By: ANNAPURNA SANJUKTA PAUL
    2. 2. INTRODUCTION  J.P.     Morgan Chase & Co. is an American multinational banking corporation of securities, investments and retail. The brand is used by the investment banking as well as the asset management, private banking, private wealth management and treasury & security services divisions. Was formed in year 2000. Assets: $2.2 trillion. Employees- 250,000
    3. 3. Continue..  Operates in 150 countries.  According to Forbes magazine it is the world's largest public company.  Chairman & CEO- Jamie Dimon  Diversity Recruiting Executive- Mark Settles
    4. 4. MISSION  The mission is to strengthen communities in which JPMorgan Chase & Co. does business by:  Expanding access to capital  Leadership  Leveraging the many resources of JPMorgan Chase
    5. 5. Our commitment to diversity starts at the top "Nothing is more vital to the long-term growth of JPMorgan Chase than our ability to attract and retain talented and dedicated employees. Success at our firm requires that employees treat clients and customers respectfully and fairly and stay true to the values embedded in our culture: personal commitment, honesty, teamwork, diversity and community awareness." Jamie Dimon, Chairman and CEO, JPMorgan Chase
    6. 6. LUNCH AND LEARN  To attract , retain and develop top diverse talent.  Hosted by various executives including CEO Jamie Dimon.  Quick answers to questions by the new employees .  Helped Mark Settles and the rest of the executive team in building direct contact with recruits.
    7. 7. Points to be taken care of by an employee of J.P.Morgan  Develop networks within and outside of their business units.  Establishing relationships.  Creating visibility in the Organization.  To succeed, you must take chances, you make mistakes, and you need someone to catch your fall and give you another chance.
    8. 8. “Diversity is a cornerstone of our global corporate culture”  Linking management rewards to progress in achieving diversity.  Identifying top talent and building development plans.  Seeking a diverse slate of candidates.  Building a pipeline for diverse talent by working closely with universities and key industry groups.
    9. 9.  Offering a comprehensive set of policies, programs and benefits to meet the changing needs of a wide spectrum of individuals.  Actively involving employees – through employee networking groups, annual forums, open discussions with seniors and seeking input on multicultural marketing efforts.  http://careers.jpmorganchase.com/cm/ContentServer?c=JPM_C ontent_P&pagename=JPMChaseCareers%2FJPM_Content_P %2FContent_Page_Wrapper_Template&cid=1185288735431
    10. 10. EMPLOYEE NETWORKING GROUPS      Networking groups are employees who join together to facilitate their career and personal growth Adelante, promoting the development of Latino/Hispanic employees Access Ability, a resource for employees (or a family member) with disabilities N.A.T.I.O.N.S., building alliances among people of Native American heritage PRIDE, supporting workplace fairness for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender employees WIN, the Women's Network, addressing topics of interest to women across the firm
    11. 11. AWARDS  100% rating on the Corporate Equality Index, by measuring treatment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees and customers.  100% rating on the Corporate Equality Index, by measuring treatment of gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender employees and customers.  Top Diversity Employer by Hispanic Network magazine, 2010.  Top 50 Companies for Diversity by Diversity Inc magazine, 2010 and nine prior years.
    12. 12. THANK YOU

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