Commercial account manager (Current Employee) – Alberta – 20 February 2014
Terrible place to work, all upper management cares about is bottom line. Put profit before customer service at all levels. Definitely behind competitors in technology and processes. Employees leaving on a regular basis, moral very low, and has poor reputation in local area. Company is a follower and not a leader in the banking industry.
organization that you can identify with and respect for their products and services.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 October 2017
-- able to achieve high levels of customer satisfaction and present a strong personal and professional public image -- enjoy solving intellectual challenges by thoroughly investigating the facts and data associated with a particular problem
Various Positions over the years (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 20 October 2017
Bank of Montreal taught me almost everything to know about Banking. Aggressive targets . Good training. Morale poor in most branches. Good benefits and competitive pay. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with customers and I especially enjoyed the lending.
Effecient work place were people have fun while working
Corporate Client Associate (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 16 October 2017
Very busy environment where people are very friendly and helpful . The stack ranking system some times makes the environment very competitive. We work as a family and are all united to work collaboratively to achieve the common goal .
Analyst Process Improvement International Markets (Former Employee) – Mississauga, Ontario – 13 October 2017
The company does not value family life or advancement . Company bottom line is more important than employee work life balance. I guess it is important to be hired at the right level to be valued at this bank
Senior Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 October 2017
Management is very stingy with details and does not contribute to forward movement of employees. Consistently re-organzing the departments Reactive environment rather than proactive leader More inclined to deliver quickly rather than effectively, causing a lot of correction and "day 2" activity, increasing both cost and timeline
environment is friendly and tech advanced
poor management systems and executive decision making
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Etobicoke, ON – 3 October 2017
This branch is located in a community neighborhood with an ample numbers of customers, usually it goes busy. everyday we learn different things sometime technical sometime in term of customer service. The branch works together for a common goal and that is to exceed customer expectations. Now the trend of online banking is setting almost everywhere so when the branch got dead that the hardest part working in the branch, other than everything we do we enjoy.