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Nov 16, 2009 10:14 am

Good morning all,  I've been w/ EDJ for almost 4 years.  Recently been informed that JPMorgan needs my help.  I know that I need to inform EDJ of my move.  What's the best way to do it?  Submit my 2 weeks or quit the day before my start date w/ JPMorgan?  Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
-Austin

Nov 16, 2009 10:22 am

You won't get two weeks.  You're a risk to the firm once you tell them that you're leaving and they'll send someone to your office and lock you out the minute you tell them.  So, quit the day before you go to JPM.   

 
Nov 16, 2009 10:26 am

Austin, where do you live and how big is your office? 

Nov 16, 2009 10:28 am
Austin36:

Good morning all,  I've been w/ EDJ for almost 4 years.  Recently been informed that JPMorgan needs my help.  I know that I need to inform EDJ of my move.  What's the best way to do it?  Submit my 2 weeks or quit the day before my start date w/ JPMorgan?  Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
-Austin

 
First of all JPMorgan doesn't need your help. Secondly, Spiff is right, you are a risk to the firm and you will be removed. Have all of your crap out of the office, fax a resignation letter to Field Supervision, leave your keys with BOA and never look back.
Nov 16, 2009 10:34 am

Austin,

 
It took me 2 minutes to find you on Jones link.  I think you should delete this screename and at very least remove your personal information from it ... you salsa dancing fool. 
 
Your friend,
 
Volt
Nov 16, 2009 10:45 am

Please tell me this is a joke.

Nov 16, 2009 11:02 am
Austin36:

Recently been informed that JPMorgan needs my help.

 
Jamie Dimon must be relieved knowing help is on the way...lol
 
By the way, you're probably going to work at a Chase Bank, not a JP Morgan office
Nov 16, 2009 11:40 am
Austin36:

Good morning all,  I've been w/ EDJ for almost 4 years.  Recently been informed that JPMorgan needs my help.  I know that I need to inform EDJ of my move.  What's the best way to do it?  Submit my 2 weeks or quit the day before my start date w/ JPMorgan?  Any thoughts would be greatly appreciated.
-Austin

 

 
I didn't know that JPM had their own brand of Koolaid!
Nov 16, 2009 11:43 am

I'm sure they do need his help.  They have an opening and have asked him to fill it.  Is that hard to understand?  Never been recruited before?

Nov 16, 2009 11:46 am

Yeah, by the EXACT SAME COMPANY. They don't NEED my help or his help or anyone's help. Can he benefit them ? Yes. Do the NEED him?  No.

Nov 16, 2009 11:47 am
voltmoie:

I'm sure they do need his help.  They have an opening and have asked him to fill it.  Is that hard to understand?  Never been recruited before?

 
Aren't you still working out of your house? And to think i almost had respect for you based on your past military service.
Nov 16, 2009 12:00 pm
Ron 14:

Yeah, by the EXACT SAME COMPANY. They don't NEED my help or his help or anyone's help. Can he benefit them ? Yes. Do the NEED him?  No.

 
Sure they do, within his area / region or whatever Chase calls it they need him.  As part of a macro orgnization he won't matter.  Business is done locally though, so without a doubt they are excited to have him on board.  You're a bit jaded there Ronny.
Nov 16, 2009 12:02 pm
Mr.Blonde:
voltmoie:

I'm sure they do need his help.  They have an opening and have asked him to fill it.  Is that hard to understand?  Never been recruited before?

 
Aren't you still working out of your house? And to think i almost had respect for you based on your past military service.
 
Have we f*cked before? 
 
I'll let you know when I need your respect.
Nov 16, 2009 12:18 pm
voltmoie:
Mr.Blonde:
voltmoie:

I'm sure they do need his help.  They have an opening and have asked him to fill it.  Is that hard to understand?  Never been recruited before?

 
Aren't you still working out of your house? And to think i almost had respect for you based on your past military service.
 
Have we f*cked before? 
 
I'll let you know when I need your respect.
 
A door to door salesman will never have my respect.
 
Nov 16, 2009 12:22 pm
voltmoie:
Ron 14:

Yeah, by the EXACT SAME COMPANY. They don't NEED my help or his help or anyone's help. Can he benefit them ? Yes. Do the NEED him?  No.

 
Sure they do, within his area / region or whatever Chase calls it they need him.  As part of a macro orgnization he won't matter.  Business is done locally though, so without a doubt they are excited to have him on board.  You're a bit jaded there Ronny.
 
I am jaded and I hate people. What is your point ?
Nov 16, 2009 12:23 pm

yawn  I think it's cute you created this screenname to stalk me but your humor is as weak as your mind. 


I PROSPECT DOOR TO DOOR.  I'M GOOD AT IT.  IN SIX MONTHS I HAVE 2 SEVEN FIGURE ACCOUNTS AND 7 SIX FIGURE ACCOUNTS FROM GOING DOOR TO DOOR.  BY YEARS END I'LL HAVE AT LEAST 14 SIX FIGURE ACCOUNTS FROM GOING .... wait for it....  DOOR TO DOOR.


Oh, and I've closed business cold calling at night... and from referrals.  Soon seminars and networking.  Yep, I like it all.  As long as it puts $$$ in my pocket I don't care how much a piker like you respects me. 
Nov 16, 2009 12:24 pm
Ron 14:
voltmoie:
Ron 14:

Yeah, by the EXACT SAME COMPANY. They don't NEED my help or his help or anyone's help. Can he benefit them ? Yes. Do the NEED him?  No.

 
Sure they do, within his area / region or whatever Chase calls it they need him.  As part of a macro orgnization he won't matter.  Business is done locally though, so without a doubt they are excited to have him on board.  You're a bit jaded there Ronny.
 
I am jaded and I hate people. What is your point ?
 
I love you, man.
Nov 16, 2009 12:28 pm
voltmoie:
Ron 14:
voltmoie:
Ron 14:

Yeah, by the EXACT SAME COMPANY. They don't NEED my help or his help or anyone's help. Can he benefit them ? Yes. Do the NEED him?  No.

 
Sure they do, within his area / region or whatever Chase calls it they need him.  As part of a macro orgnization he won't matter.  Business is done locally though, so without a doubt they are excited to have him on board.  You're a bit jaded there Ronny.
 
I am jaded and I hate people. What is your point ?
 
I love you, man.
 
And the truth will set you free!!! homo
Nov 16, 2009 1:47 pm

Seriously I do hate people. You have to figure 9 out of 10 people you meet are complete tools. So if you just figure they are tools until they prove otherwise you will be happier in the long run. Who is with me ?

Nov 16, 2009 3:12 pm
Ron 14:

Seriously I do hate people. You have to figure 9 out of 10 people you meet are complete tools. So if you just figure they are tools until they prove otherwise you will be happier in the long run. Who is with me ?



+1.  The problem though is that if you are the one that is not the tool, then I am a tool.  How about you and I are the non-tools out of twenty?

To the OP - send in your two weeks notice.  You never know when you might need a reference.