Software Distribution Analyst (Current Employee), Toronto, Ontario – June 25, 2013
What I enjoyed most of all was meeting new people and learning new technologies. My team leader was very professional, approachable, and easy to work with. While at RBC, I learned SMS and SCCM deployments, collection and advertisement creation, etc. The life-work balance was terrific, as I was allowed to work flex hours.
Account Manager (Former Employee), Cambridge, ON – June 23, 2013
Pros: good co-workers
Cons: manager sucked
Great company to work for if Branch Manager is willing to work without blinders on and not kick the dog when their down. Should encourage not discourage. Build confidence and self esteem not destroy it. Recognize hard workers not yes people.
SSG (Current Employee), Moncton, NB – April 30, 2013
Pros: looking for one
Cons: see my list
Salary - for the area it;s okay Culture - cliques Job Security - high turn over, don't forget they were in the news for hiring foreign workers and paying them less Advancement - One girl worked in another department after doing well was promoted and then tried the new department didn't do so well, then when applying was told she had her chance to move – more... around Management - If they like you then your good, a lot of NOT common sense procedures Work Life Balance - I am going to leave that one for the new recruits to discover – less
VP of Information Technology (Former Employee), mississauga ontario – April 26, 2013
Cons: some team members weren't reliable
Being part of Junior achievement in RBC, I had the opportunity to come out of my shell and run in the elections to become a vice president. I was elected as the vice president of information technology, and was in charge of creating an attractive website to sell and market my company's product. I was led under a supervisor that taught me the basics – more... of Human Resource management, as well as Information Technology in a workplace. It was difficult to find new and innovative ways to appeal to the customer base, and it was also hard to think of new products while staying within a budget. I earned experience in being a leader, working with others, being creative, and speaking to people. I also learned effective ways of marketing a product. – less
Senior Manager, Global Economic Sanctions (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – March 31, 2013
Pros: good vacation and bonus package
Role at RBC is good from global perspective. It is from that perspective that one is able to implement a continuous challenging sanctions and AML Compliance program. This is a different set of skills from what is required as an auditor - the ability to effectively implement challenges and gaps, not just identify the gaps.
It is also a challenge finding – more... qualified individuals for different positions within my team (Sanctions Payments Escalations & Sanctions Investigations). Our team is lean and requires skills that enable someone to pick things up quickly, ask the right questions and be able to interact with a variety of people. – less
Technical Analyst/Team Lead (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – March 29, 2013
Everyday is a learning process. Management helps in personal growth and goals as an idividual by by having regular meetings within a group setting as well as one on one to help with our success. Being able to help one another as coworkers can be very rewarding and learning from each other helps to build each others strengths and improve on our weaknesses.
Collections Officer (Current Employee), Montréal, QC – March 15, 2013
Pros: beautiful dynamic
Cons: constant procedural change
The Call Center of RBC Collections in Montreal is unique. It is a fun place where they've made working as a Collector a much more enjoyable experience than most people would imagine. Our manager (team leaders) are always very supportive and understanding and will always try their best to accommodate you, whether it is with your work schedule, or any – more... other personal/professional aspects that may help bettering your working experience.
It is a young vibrant environment where youth and the mature knowledgable workforce share and information is always flowing. At RBC Collections, teamwork comes first, and anyone is always willing to give a hand when they can.
We even had a depanneur system where one can buy all sorts of sweets and drinks, as well as coffee, for a small contribution that funds our social committee events that carry on throughout the year. – less
I loved working at RBC Captital Markets, I had the best team possible. They were all extremely fun but also very professional. On a scale of 1 - 10, I would rate them a 10 no questions asked. They held lots of networking events, and also charity events.
Fund Valuation Staff (Current Employee), Toronto, ON – January 13, 2013
Pros: friendly enviornment
Cons: long hours
Processed purchase and sales orders according to the trade instructions Reconciled cash by ensuring the trades and dividend/interest payments are calculated accordingly. Also ensured that accruals and reimbursements are correct. Escalated discrepancies and outstanding items to manager for further action and provided all the backup documents and analysis. Designed – more... Excel worksheets for quick account analysis by other team members Prioritized the workflow on funds throughout the day and submitted fund work packages for review in a timely manner Sent fund prices daily to clients and business media on time Backed up teammates during absences and also when they got held up with other issues – less
Executive Assistant (Former Employee), Toronto, ON – December 14, 2012
Pros: learned computer skills, organization
My typical day at work would be me filing files into folders so that they are organized for my boss. Also writing out invitations for meetings for my boss. The type of skills I learned over the time that i worked there was proper organization and computer skills; how to use some computer programs properly. I was treated well by my co-workers even though – more... i hardly knew them they were very vocal with me, well i questioned them to get a better understanding of what their job was and i learned alot about their job too. The hardest and most enjoyable part of my my job would have been learning the whole process of the computer skills, except learning is the way to get better at something, and i really enjoyed learning how to properly organize all the falls, yes it took awhile but learning how to organize files online and in person was really fun. – less