Cash Operations Processor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 February 2017
My position required standing for the majority of the workday within a teamwork setting. Attention to detail is very necessary for this position along with knowledge of Microsoft office (Word & Excel).
Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 16 February 2017
Ok compensation but unpaid overtime hours and unrealistic sales expectations are draining. Management is usually under pressure to pressure the sales staff to pressure clients to buy products they don't really need. This often results in frustrated and abusive managers. Software is painfully outdated with three to four programs needed just to open a chequing account for a client. Opening a mutual fund is unnecessarily complex and disclosures that should be part of the paperwork aren't included, though they are at competitors. The bank is also over-leveraged with its lending so giving a loan to someone is nearly impossible. Where it is possible, TD and RBC will be able to offer a more competitive rate and clients will let you know this.
Clients and colleagues generally make the role worthwhile but nothing else does.
Long Hours, Management culture varies from branch to branch
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 13 February 2017
I enjoyed my time working at CIBC. The hardest part of my job was sometimes not being able to leave customers satisfied. Sometimes the senior staff members were unpleasant to the newer staff but overall the atmosphere was professional.
If you know how to do client experience on the phones, it is something you can definitely handle. You learn quite alot about the banking business in a short space of months. The help you receive is phenomenal.
Personal Banking Representative (Former Employee) – Fredericton, NB – 8 February 2017
Sales Executive with Experience in Insurance and Healthcare Management Created and implemented sales strategies to achieve 35% revenue growth per year. Highly effective management skills; able to motivate sales force and design incentive programs to achieve short and long-term sales goals.
Great office culture, lots of events, fair pay, opportunities to advance
CIBC is a great place to work at, it is a great place to learn new skills and about the financial world, I have worked there in the past 4 years and learned anything related to the fraud world and how to prevent it.
Verification Officer (Current Employee) – Downtown, Toronto – 6 February 2017
Start my day By reviewing the number of task in the Que. I get to see almost every day different type of documents and there is always something new to learn. Manager is always ready to help and gets any queries solved immediately by explaining it minutely. Working environment is multi cultural with a team members who are always ready to help each other. I don t believe there is any part which is difficult as everything comes with challenges and i personalty like challenges. Dealing with the files with your judgement is very much enjoyable part as it shows that management believs in your work
A diverse and dynamic working environment and friendly culture.
Senior Software Solution Designer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 February 2017
A diverse working environment with very skilled workers. A team oriented and cooperative working culture. I had the opportunities to work in very large scale enterprise projects with very tight deadlines. I really like the business and technical challenges that I need to face and overcome to provide viable and strategic solutions.
Work flexibility that works best with my personal life schedules