Order Desk Analyst (Former Employee) – 155,Wellington Street – 29 September 2016
Very nice place to work and build your career, unfortunately, they are downsizing right now. Managers are super friendly and helpful Co-workers are super friendly and helpful Management is very good and open
Productive with deadline and having fun while helping colleagues
Client Data Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 September 2015
A delightful place to work for with supportive management. Learned lots of technical skills on personal grow and develop. Too many red tape and politics, but this is expected of a big company. The most enjoyable part of the job was helping each other to complete our assignments.
Administrator (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 May 2016
Salaries are competitive. Management is very poor. The salaries of workers were openly discussed among employees, and the atmosphere was always very tens. People were afraid to call in genuinely ill, spreading illness to everyone on the team, eventually causing a domino effect. Everyone was always scared for their job security, and morale was very low.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Winnipeg, MB – 4 November 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.
Insurance Adviser Intern (Former Employee) – Pickering, ON – 4 May 2016
There are peaks and lows when, depending in which department you are working, that one could be extremely busy, or not so busy. There are daily reviews of the previous day successes, pitfalls, challenges and lessons to learn. Targets are set based on the reviews of previous days.