Senior Associate (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 May 2017
Company offers lots of perks, like working from home, employee share purchase plan and benefits. Lots of career advancement and personal development opportunities, sometimes days can get very intense, but overtime not required, unless it is voluntary and pre-approved in advance
Nice place to work and good benefits. Supportive and understanding team leads.
Test Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 May 2017
A great place to learn and grow. Supportive team leads and managers help make the environment less stressful. You do face lots of challenges though and are expected to deliver. For the right person this results in lots of avenues for learning and growing.
Fraud Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 May 2017
investigates forgery and theft within customers’ accounts and transactions on behalf of a bank or a financial institution. tracking and monitoring the bank’s transactions and activity that comes through the customers’ accounts. I identify and trace any suspicious or high-risk transactions, determine if there is improper activity involved, and determine if there is any risk to the bank or its customers.
Data Analytics and Branch Assistant (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 16 May 2017
Work and life are balanced at CIBC wood Gundy. therefore, it is not stressful and It can be challenging because I did risk analysis for share holder and and data analytics for the company. It was productive and very educational.
the security is excellent and I felt safe.
It can be very relaxed and too distracting if the manager is away from office.
Great Office Environment, Supportive staff, Great and Fun training, community events.
Universal Banker/ FSR II (Former Employee) – Regina, SK – 13 May 2017
Day start with routine activities and safety and security procedures. Following by staff meeting int he morning where we have to discuss about how the day should look like also how the previous day was.
countless things to learn. Interest with clients on daily basis where you understand what client is facing on their financial life. Different culture and different language gives little insight of different parts of the world.
The best thing is, CIBC provides you with great knowledge and experience in such short time which would give you enough strength to help clients to improve their financial situation.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 May 2017
As a customer service representative I worked as a front-line associate serving customers with transactions. Considering the size of the company, they provide their associates with fair benefits and compensation (even to part time associates).
Project Coordinator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 May 2017
People there are good to work with Everyone is friendly and compassionate Full-time workers work overtime without pay Training provided does not apply to the job Job is confusing at first but then you get the hang of it.
Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 May 2017
Excellent job opportunity. CIBC allowed me to move from Toronto, Ontario as a Online Telephone Service Rep. to Fort McMurray, Alberta as a Financial Service Representative. It was a great job opportunity and taught me an abundance of knowledge.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Current Employee) – Nepean, ON – 3 May 2017
Not a great place to work. benefits are good but pay is poor, advancement is poor and management is hit and miss. If you are lucky, your manager will know operations side. If not, they will wash their hands and leave you high and dry to figure things out on your own and then blame you for issues that arise. Sales are a HUGE part of this business so unless you are a really good saleperson, don't bother. Teller are being phased out and sales is in.
3 weeks vacation, benefits after 3 months, pension plan