Assistant Manager (Former Employee) – Canmore, AB – October 22, 2013
Daily planning meetings, providing support to the tellers, coaching for success, cash management. I learned that planning ahead is key to success. Management was excellent, provided ample support. My co-workers were average The hardest part of my job was cash management The most enjoyable part of my job was when my staff was trained and I could see them excel.
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – February 3, 2016
a typical day would start of dealing with various clients face to face and over the phone. i learned alot about my clients to the point of a relationship is built and not just because of work and true relationship is built. my co-workers are great we go out sometimes after a hard days work. the hardest part of my job is not being able to help a client. the most enjoyable part is knowing a made a difference in someone's life.
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) – North York, ON – February 1, 2016
The level of calls you take would vary from 30 - 80 depending on how busy it is. I learned to multi-task through various of internal operations for clients as well as found out which calls you should just service them and which calls you would give them advise.
Professional co-workers with ambitions to reach higher positions made for a great enviroment to hep eachother succeed as a team and as individuals.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – January 31, 2016
Great work enviroment. Everybody had the ability to help and teach their own methods towards other co-workers in order to be a great team. Hardest part was not having a liable "coach/team leader" to guide me with the proper way of using the systems proved and handle calls.
Relaxing room with TV and downtown location gives access to many restaurants
breaks were 30 mins long whcih is not bad if you bring your own lunch
a great place to work, irrespective of the work role/position
QA - Project/Delivery Lead (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – January 30, 2016
My day starts with status updates from the outsourced team and discussing about impacts on deliverable or on assignments for each team and/or team member. Discussing the needs of the team to the client and the dependencies of other LOBs and solving issues for the team for their next day's work based on the discussion with Dev Team, Business users. I summarize or share a quick update to whom i report, send replies to offshore team if there was any dependency.
Directeur de centre bancaire (Former Employee) – Laval, QC – January 20, 2016
A place where you are always under pressure by performing and where you should not take your job as granted. The bank that pay the less in all in the Canadian bank.The only good thing that is bad at the same time is that you learn to do everything. Your are not specialized in any type of services so it's good for people in their beginning of career.
Systems Analyst(Designer/Sr. Developer) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – January 14, 2016
The management at CIBC was extremely professional. The team I was working with was very helpful. The product was extremely complex in nature but was well documented. We were using latest technologies for cheque clearing. The hardest part of the Job was to keep the documentation upto with changes. I was doing a lot of UML and designing and learnt a lot as a result.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Parksville, BC – January 11, 2016
At CIBC we were like family. Our team worked extremely well together. If anyone needed help others were there to help. There was no gossip among the co-workers. Management was terrific to talk to. Extremely flexible with children's needs (if they were sick). The hardest part of my job was up-selling. If the client says "No I'm not interested" than I don't like to push. My Favorite part of the job was interacting with clients. Getting to know them, help with their banking needs and solving any problems they may have. I enjoy working with the public.