Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – November 4, 2015
Fun work place Big company and great bonuses Good relation with my bosses The hardest part was advancement What I most like about RBC is working with a big company and experiences that I have earn from them. Had to deal with different kind of clients every day and I love working in diversity. I didn't like the fact that they did not give me the opportunities to show them that I can handle more works and go beyond myself.
Application Developer (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – March 7, 2016
Although RBC is a bank they are catching up with the startup culture and it's a great place to be. However, there are still people who are reluctant to change, especially middle managers and the environment/culture is very different across teams.
Caribbean Markets Project Manager, Credit Cards (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – January 18, 2016
I have enjoyed working at RBC as its a very professional and customer oriented organization. The organization ensures that their employees can actively engage in different activities and is always open to discussions in a very professional way.
I have found this the best bank in Canada to work and where have found the most professional people to work with.
The work, the people, the office, the environment is great
Project / Team Lead - RBIS (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – March 29, 2016
The project was a very challenging project. Initially getting in to the swing of the project was a challenge with such a complex project. The job was made easy with RBC coworkers who gave excellent knowledge transfer and a good understanding of the application. Got good support from the RBC (RBIS) Team
Vice President (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – January 20, 2015
The pay is exceptional, but so are the sacrifices you need to make in order to work on the trading floor. Long hours, lots of politics, and higher stress environment. Typically a learn as you go environment, but they do pay for industry courses such as your CSC and CFA.
Overall it can be very rewarding financially if you put your career and competition first.