A new website has been launched that allows employees to share their opinions and advice about management anonymously. A recent visit to Glassdoor.com showed what JPMorgan Chase staffers—right up to the svp level--think about CEO Jamie Dimon, corporate strategy, and working conditions. One sample: “Jamie Dimon talks a good line about cutting the bureaucracy, and I believe he truly means what he says, but it is absolutely NOT being carried out in the lower echelons.”
Employees get to rate their CEOs based on performance: Dimon recently scored 75 percent; Wells Fargo’s John G. Stumpf came in at 62 percent; Bank of America’s Ken Lewis garnered a 55 percent rating; and Washington Mutual’s Kerry Killinger trailed with 14 percent. There’s no charge for joining the Glassdoor site, but one has to register.