ATM QA Analyst - Contract (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 August 2017
RBC has put a massive focus on restructuring the company to be ahead of the curve in technology which is awesome to see on such a large scale. The management team has a clear focus and all the various departments work together extremely well to accomplish the common goals of advancing the company and the technology it operates on.
Client Advisor (Current Employee) – Milton, ON – 15 August 2017
Bank industry is changing very rapidly, jobs and duties are not the same. Lots of unhappy staff district wide. Roles within branch level have become much more sale focused and employees are expected to product push on the clients. The banks are no longer a place customers can go for truly needed products or advice. They will be pressured to sign up for products they do not need.
good starting work place after college/univesity for getting experience
Server/Network Analyst (Current Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 14 August 2017
- low or below average salary - good working condition and relaxed environment - no restriction or tight on start-time of work in the morning - groups or politics play within corporation - no guide-line or fair bonuses - no salary increase according to living or inflation rate
good and relaxed working condition and sometimes have some casual drinkings after work as in groups
Very dedicated to their employees skills and learning
Expert Client Advisor (Former Employee) – Hawkesbury, ON – 13 August 2017
A typical day at work included demonstrating an excellent client experience. As an employee I learned new skills everyday at RBC. I was given one on one and group training. Every week our management team led a weekly outcome meeting with employees. As an employee we were taught and demonstrated the importance of diversity and integrity in the workplace. The hardest part of my job was dealing with irate clients. Even though we are taught how to react and cope with these clients it is hard to deal with someone blaming you personally and yelling at you for something you have no control over. The most enjoyable part of my job was helping clients make banking simpler and faster.
Specialized Services Officer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 August 2017
My job includes (what is a typical date at work)Training and Daily support of Processing Teams. My responsibilities are training individuals and Teams on RBC's products, policies, processes and platforms. The most enjoyable part of my job is being able to help and assist the people that I support, whether it is fixing errors, or passing on my knowledge and information. I wouldn't say that there is anything hard about my job, but I do look forward to more challenging opportunities, and there are currently minimum to no opportunities to move forward.
TEAM MANAGER (Former Employee) – Moncton, NB – 10 August 2017
No joke - this place is the best place to work in Canada! I miss it - the company is wonderful. Employee appreciation is the BEST hands down! Career advancement is good but you are so satisfied in any job it doesn't really matter much.
Advisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 August 2017
Company refuses to give cost of living pay increases even though they make billions in profits annually. They attempt to put together a pretty picture of 'overall' compensation, that the benefits should make up for not getting raises - but it doesn't. Management often says one thing and does another. Code of conduct is inconsistently enforced.
Senior Analyst, Entitlements (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 August 2017
The management does not know how to manage people properly. Even after putting in 60 hrs every week, they demand more hours. No team work. No motivation. No encouragement. Not a place to work if you want to advance your career.
Everything - from long hours to poor mannagement skills
Residential Mortgage Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 3 August 2017
I worked for them for just over 20 years, 16 as a Mortgage Specialist. After getting very tired of this last role due to how long I had been doing it and the nature of how it had changed, I was not given the opportunity to advance my career to any other roles within this very large domestic company, despite multiple internal job applications of over a year, with a handful of interviews, much "job shadowing", internal networking etc. I feel bitter with them about this. My conclusion is that too much history with one employer is not to your advantage. Best to keep changing employers as there is no loyalty. Used to be much better when I started. Benefits were much more generous too. Met some good people internally and clients over the years and that's about it...They have their head very far up their own, you can guess the rest, to really care about you....
well known blue chip, for what its worth to clients and me (less and less)
very arrogant organisation, management...a shadow of its former self...
Front-end Java developer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 2 August 2017
Chance to learn new technologies. Afternoon lunch and evening boat parties every quarter. Hardest part is project timelines but not all the time. Some days are fun and some days it becomes hectic. Extra hrs some times needed depending upon the project. Have to work on multiple projects at the same time on a need basis. Liaising with different technical teams as many legacy systems being used.