Senior Banking Advisor (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 29 October 2017
My typical day at work entails responding to clients with professional and accurate service for all their everyday banking transaction needs in RBC Advice Centre. Through each client interaction, I look for opportunities to offer additional advice beyond the immediate customer need and refer clients to the appropriate RBC partner/alternative channel in an effective and efficient manner.
Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 25 October 2017
Okay place to work, but out of the 4 big banks culture isn't the best. Not much chance for advancement. Management doesn't care to see their employees advance and are happy to keep them where they are.
Summer position, FATCA - Compliance Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 23 October 2017
I really liked working at the Royal Bank. I liked helping people out how ever I could. When I worked at the bank I felt like I was always part of the team. Benefits were good. Sometimes fast paced but for me I like that.The job gave me great knowledge of bank services for my customers as well as for myself. Really enjoyed going to work there.
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Alberta – 19 October 2017
RBC is a good company to work for if you want security if you are in a city. Being rural there is no where to advance. It is good that you can help many different types of families because it is all over Canada.
Administration/Project Coordinator/Project Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 October 2017
Overall great company to work at, however as at all large companies there are areas that are not perfect. Management is encouraged to practice empowerment of employees and decision making, however letting go is challenging for some individuals.
Products and services are well thought out and communicated.
Sr. Business Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 October 2017
I left RBC, and the biggest problem is management. I'm tired of hearing about PMP. that gives a good foundation for project management understand but it does not create good managers.Most managers are only their because they have been at RBC forever. this is not how you make solid foundation for a company. Many have no idea how to resolve conflict, communicate, plan, or work with others.
Very bright open atmosphere lots of events and friendly workers.