Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Oakville, ON – 12 December 2017
A good place to work, I learned a lot there. The culture is not the best that I have experienced. I was lucky to have some great managers who took a interest in me. I learned a lot about financing that I took with me into my personal life. It is a 9-5 job so its not exactly riveting, but it is a good place to work with a lot of advancement and job security. Also, the training does take a long time, but it is worth it since it is very thorough.
Client advisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 December 2017
It was a good job I picked up a lot of skill that will help me in my future endeavors. I loved interacting with coworkers and client. I meet a lot of people. the lack of accommodation to my studies caused me to quit.
Client Advisor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 5 December 2017
-daily and weekly sales targets are always the priority and are reviewed with management on a regular basis. -client needs are put first, with excellence on customer service experience. -All aspects of RBC work together on an initial goal -Team work is a great contributing factor to individual success -Most enjoyable part is meeting new business clients and assisting them with any issues they may have starting up or running their companies.
Banking Advisor (Former Employee) – Rockland, ON – 4 December 2017
my stay there was not a positive experience, for reasons that I'd rather keep private on this platform. the company did not live up to the terms of the contract that we had entered into, when I joined them.
PROJECT LEAD/SME, S BA, SENIOR BA, (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 4 December 2017
Senior management and executive management were professional and more than aware and competent. Director level and below are more involved with internal politics and turf security than project management or productivity. As a contractor, I had the opportunity to see this culture up close in several areas of the bank over several contracts.
Well run by competent senior and executive management
Don't know where they hire management - not from the large pool of inept and selfserving directors
Operations Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 November 2017
It's a fast pace environment some dept are highly stressful... always learning something new. I've learned to assist with issues and learn how the applications works on the back end. One of my concerns were the work load, I got really stressed out because of the work I had. What I look forward to each day is my colleagues ... we work as a team and support each other.
Senior Principle Consultant (Contract) (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 November 2017
extremely poor work environment and lack of effective management. would have to pay me extremely well to put up with this environment. 3 contractors refused extensions without another job lined up, which says volumes.
sales (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 November 2017
work life balance is non-existant. Underpaid for the amount of work. good group of colleagues; not boring do not put employees 1st only if friends with a manager benefits, vacation, some managers and good colleagues and quitting time are best parts of the job.
Business Development Manager (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 24 November 2017
I really value being part of the team here and am encouraged to develop my skills to further enhance my capabilities and career. Collaboartion is a key driver in this company and what makes it a great place to work.
Client Advisor (Former Employee) – 360 Pearl St Burlington. – 23 November 2017
Worked for RBC many years in different roles. Enjoyed my job overall. Staffing was an issue most of the time. Management changes frequently and each one brought in different strengths and weakness. In some branches the Manager was keen to wear different hats and work with the staff ongoing. Not consistent in all branches so moral is typically low.