Customer Service Rep (Former Employee), 750 Lawrence Ave W – July 21, 2014
Typical day at work was great. I learnt how to deal better with co-workers as well as clients.Management could have been better. Hardest part of the job was saying goodbye to all the lovely people I met. Every single part of the job was enjoyable
Prodctive work place with improvements to career developments
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – February 4, 2014
Learned to handle PWM clients ad had a good exposure to Canadian banking procedures and systems. Very friendly and helpful professional management team It was a new experience and enjoyed working as a team To experience that the customer's were highly satisfied with the services provided
CIBC is known on the street as one of the worst employers to work for.
They don't compensate their employees well as they should be and they stretch each employee out. Targets are unrealistic and upper management is not supportive at all. They are very demeaning and do not treat their employees as well as they should. Upper management don't care because – more... they think we are all replaceable and of no value. We pay for any teamwork activity that we do including X'Mas dinners. No encouragement to excel within the company
Overall I would have to say one of the worst companies I have ever worked for, they don't value their own employees then how would they value their clientele who hold the a great market share within the company. – less