Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 7 December 2017
Bcp davantages sociaux et assurances si tu performes bien, ton salaire peut etre augmenter les gens sont toujours la pour taider si tu as des questions les collegues de travail tres sociables et aimable
Financial Service Representative (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 6 December 2017
.workplace culture is good. caring managers, a typical Continually prospect and network for new business opportunities face to face Entering businesses and generating conversation by educating the merchant’s on how we can help grow their business. Identify interest and understand customer needs and requirements The goal is to gain contact information and merchant statements
Purchasing Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 December 2017
Providing plan layouts, purchasing materials and implementing installations for CIBC retail branch locations across the GTA. Coordinating the various teams to achieve the outcome and seeing clients enjoy the space was very satisfying. Capturing the most suited contractor at the appropriate time while not infringing on other projects was very challenging. The day to day atmosphere was very enjoyable and the team building was the best I've every seen.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Alliston, ON – 3 December 2017
A typical day at work is hard as there are a lot of clients to accommodate and each have different needs. As well as hitting your targets and providing the best customer service. I have learnt a lot in the time I have been with CIBC, management has been good.
Working at the branch level was a productive and fun atmosphere to be a part of.
ASSISTANT BRANCH MANAGER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 30 November 2017
Working for CIBC has taught me many things over the time spent working for the company. It allowed me to learn and grow within the company environment to meet my personal priorities and objectives. I began my career as a part-time csr and was quickly able to move onto a full time position with the company. Through hard work and initiatives I was able to further my career and balance work and my personal life to become part of the management team. The branch environment is one where the focus is customer service oriented and that was my most enjoyable part of the day to day operations. Meeting and getting to know our clients was an integral part of the workplace culture and finding solutions for our clients gave me a deep personal satisfaction of accomplishment. Our unit worked as a team and our results reflected that team spirit.
Ability to further your career within the company and balance work and life style.
Long hours and working short handed with minimal staff at hand to assist in helping the front line.
It was an enjoyable place to work. The products and services offered were appropriate for the majority of clients. Workplace culture became more about profitability rather than the appropriate service to the client
Amazing opportunities and career growth/development
Commercial Mortgage Officer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 28 November 2017
CIBC has an amazing platform in which they showcase and focus on employee growth and development. I have literally started from the bottom and have worked my way up in this company. Everyone is like family and are treated with respect. It' an amazing place to start and develop your career and have the opportunity to become whoever you want to be. Thank you CIBC for everything you have done in my life.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 26 November 2017
Meeting and greeting clients. Helping them with their day to day banking needs. Learning about the Canadian banking system and Government regulations that relates to banking. Advance at your own pace or as required.
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 23 November 2017
Stressful and totally sales focused role. Calling clients everyday and meeting their banking needs. This roles does not focus on just one aspect but covers all the aspects of banking like credit, investment and cash management.
Training and advancement are available within the company
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 November 2017
Managed a team of hard workers who are willing to work overtime in order to achieve the deadlines. Enjoyed working with all staff across the company. Able to advance my career with training, but sometimes could not find the time to take the training based on the workload.
Balance of work and lifestyle. Advancement of career.
Contact Center Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 November 2017
zero parking for ccc reps, either your car gets towed of pay 15/day. If your late your scrutinized. Targets were your life line either you achieve them or you loose your job. Pressured us to sell constantly even if it didnt suit the customers needs. My previous manager has zero experience in the banking industry and didn't know any procedures or how vacation hours worked. Micro managed department. Your time is everything if you are 2 mins late back from lunch you are penalized. everything is watched. how you talk how long and what you say in what tone. Mentally you are stressed at the end of your shift you want to go home and be alone.
free lunch, discounts and persk
short breaks, no parking, no recognition for work well done