Pros: there is nothing positive about rbc global wealth management technology
Cons: abrupt firings, exploitation, short staffed, disorganized, hostile and toxic work culture, snitching and politics
There is nothing good about RBC Global Wealth Management Technology. Employees are leaving in droves because they are being fired or forced out through involuntary resignations at short notice. If you really care for your career, avoid joining RBC Global Wealth Management Technology (GWMT) like the bubonic plague.
RBC GWMT does a poor job of onboarding – more... new employees. Also, they have inefficient managers such as Jacques Graybill, Rick Hariman, Rob Lombardo and Carl Rampaul who need to be fired and highly qualified, new managers need to be hired. Employee turnover is very high. Staff is clannish and hunt in packs, many are closely related to one another. Yelling & use of profanity laced language is common. They denigrate & insult you in front of others. Teams fight with each other & its v difficult to get anything done. Entrenched long-time employees manipulate the situation to turn others against new employees. Performance appraisals are a sham and routinely rigged. Much of the staff is ill-qualified, many have high school diplomas. Everyone snitches on each other, the work environment is toxic and politicized.
Jacques Graybill is the Sr.Manager for Workflow Group within RBC Global Wealth Management Technology (GWMT) Group. Apart from being racist, misogynist and insecure, he is a parasite who likes to live off on the work done by his team and has no hands on involvement. Spends most of his time playing politics. He has FIRED numerous employees who were highly qualified and some had put in several years. Firing is done abruptly wherein you will be escorted out of the building in front of your colleagues, within 10 mins of being fired. Firing will be followed by nasty email to entire staff. RBC Wealth Management Technology is short staffed, disorganized, unproductive & has a hostile work culture. Those factors will impact your performance and then you will be held responsible. I worked 12 hrs per day, incl on weekends, did not take vacation and got excellent feedback from business stakeholders. Such performance was rewarded with poor ratings and termination. – less