Senior Payroll Officer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 April 2017
work/life balanced company, salary is just so so comparing with the market price. The most difficult part to me is to implement a better and smarter way in daily work with new technology, as other team members are very stick to manual work and they are looking for retirement soon.
Banking Advisor intern (Current Employee) – Regina, SK – 27 April 2017
Not so sure they offer the best job security and advancement options, I was hired for a position and just after a year the role has now changed and I have been put into a position that do not care for.
Sr Technical Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 April 2017
Great place to work .I have 15+ years of experience in IT wherein 5 years working as a Senior Analyst in RBC last. During this period I have handled several turnkey projects, product enhancement & upgrades, improvisation programs, day to day operations etc. and in process interacted frequently with senior and middle management, project managers in addition to vendors and staff. This workplace culture has instilled multi-dimensional communication skills and an ability to recognize, act upon, and fulfill business needs in order to ensure continuity and foster positive relationship with internal & external customers in me.
Client Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winkler, MB – 23 April 2017
The management is very nice. Coworkers are helpful. I learned how to solve problems and how to maintain a professional appearance. The hardest part of the job is to get to know where everything is and how everything works, but once you know it it's very easy. The most enjoyable part of the job is to work with clients.
Commercial Account Manager (Current Employee) – Okotoks, AB – 23 April 2017
Time management is essential deal with 100+ clients. Keeping all current clients needs met while continuously looking for new clients is a challenge. RBC is good for little micro-management so you are able to get your job done in peace. However, these means you have to be mature enough to stay on top of your job.
Technical Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 April 2017
Managements are not well qualified, some cases poor management. Some project manager force the employees to complete their work and promote to production within the time frame defined by them even though it is hard to complete in order to get personal credit from higher management.
Relationship Mgr,Government & Crown Corp Banking (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 12 April 2017
RBC is great place to work - the company is very supportive of career advancement while at the same time providing opportunities to learn as much as possible. They do require a lot of hard work however it is fair and you feel motivated through great management. The most enjoyable part of my jobs were the client interactions and probably the most challenging at times was time management. I highly recommend RBC as a place to work!
Senior Program Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 April 2017
If you're looking to start or grow your career, RBC has lots to offer. Lots to keep you busy, motivated and challenged. Job roles and career paths are very well defined and better than the other banks.
Catering Administrator (Former Employee) – CA – 12 April 2017
Managed Hospitality Bookings via Resource Scheduler - Service Booking System. Liaised with Receptionists & Clients, dealing with any queries. Answered queries via Telephone and Outlook. Organised/Printed daily Hospitality Sheets/Requests. Administration. Ensured Service Levels were maintained at all times. Managing orders and deliveries.
Futures Trader-Night Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 April 2017
Night shift was ok, but the schedule change and sleep habit adjustment was difficult. Working alone learned the responsibility of managing myself to my concious was satisfactory. Good work place, but working alone in the night shift was bit difficult.