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Good Experience
Junior Business Analyst (Co-op) (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON8 January 2018
The team was good especially my manager. He knows what everyone in the team is capable of and always assigns the right amount of things during each iteration. RBC has strictly followed Agile methodology and it speeds up the working process a lot.
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fast pace
Fraud Agent (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC7 January 2018
call center environment
good benefits
bonus
good coworkers
clean environment
very diverse company
accepting
goal oriented
employee appreciative
giving
Pros
appreciated employees
Cons
alot of calls
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Nasty management
Senior Manager (Former Employee) –  Hamilton, ON5 January 2018
your just a # at RBC- EMPLOYEEES ARE DISPOSABLE, management only cares about sales and speads on loans and mortgages. RBC expects sales people to follow a standard script when dealing with clients
Pros
free banking
Cons
RBC expects a sale with every customer
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Workplace culture
Head, Latin America Strategy (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON4 January 2018
Collaborative and inclusive with a focus on diversity. Lots of opportunity to engage with senior management formally or informally. Focus on digital disruption is inspiring.
Pros
Good benefits
Cons
Long hours
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Looking for something different
Assistant Manager (Current Employee) –  Espanola, ON2 January 2018
I have worked with RBC since 1985 in many different positions. During my career I have held many different positions. RBC is a great company to work for but now looking for something different.
Pros
Exposure to alot of different roles if wanted.
Cons
None really
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Productive and Fun Place To Work
Subject Matter Expert (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON2 January 2018
RBC is a fine place for a person to gain employment. It's a typical financial institution that provides many avenues of employment that are not necessarily a part of the financial world.
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Several positions
Assistant Manager (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB30 December 2017
I moved up quickly with the RBC in Nelson. Great management who gave me a ton of really great opportunities. Wonderful location and close to my home in Castlegar.
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Decent place but poor management and no advancement
Associate Assistant (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB29 December 2017
decent job, good hours, pay is quiet low. NO real advancement, unless you plan on becoming an advisor, otherwise this is your job. good benefits, if you get a good team its great however those are few and far between.
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Competitive assest allocation driven corporate culture
Insurance Advisor / Investment Professional (Former Employee) –  Calgary, AB28 December 2017
A corporate culture which rewarded quantity of business rather than quality of business engaged and retained. Quotas predominated the culture
Sales is what the head office always wanted
Pros
Brand recognition
Cons
Asset allocation driven work place culture
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paid sick days
Customer Service Representative (Part-time) (Former Employee) –  Wallaceburg, ON28 December 2017
RBC was a good bank to work at until they pushed the numbers on CSR s. You had to ask every customer about there banking. If they needed a visa, mtg, credit line, etc every time they came in to the branch. You had a lot of phone calling to push sales. If you didn't get the sales you had to go in to the office and explain why you didn't get your goals. If you reached your goals they would raise them the following week.
Pros
free lunches once a month
Cons
pushing sales
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Hectic Place to work !!
Banking Advisor (Former Employee) –  Winnipeg, MB27 December 2017
you are expected to take several calls in a day and expected to meet job quotas in terms of sales and your call handle time. It is better to work in a call center as to here.
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Horrible place to work
Fraud Agent (Former Employee) –  Montréal-Est, QC27 December 2017
Located in a high crime area. Managers think they are gods. Coaches always listen to calls that are more than 3 minutes long and criticize everything. You can never do anything right, coaches will always find something you did wrong. Always hounding employees to donate money. constant calls sometimes there are 200 calls in queue and client hold time is 1 hr plus. When you finally get to the clients they cuss your out and belittle you. wasted too much of my life at this place, don't do the same thing.
Pros
nothing
Cons
too many calls, undermining, someone always over your shoulder, bad pay for job, no room to advance unless you are know a manager personally.
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very community based employer
Client Advisor (part-time) (Current Employee) –  Montréal, QC22 December 2017
RBC is one of the most community based employer who focuses on helping out the communities. The financial services that RBC offers are highly recommended. Great team with clear vision for its employees.
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A great bank
Client Advisor (Current Employee) –  Regina, SK18 December 2017
Very multicultural. RBC has a very strong heritage to draw fro. The training programme for new staff is intense for the 6 weeks it lasts. But, thereafter you are left on your own to either swim or sink
Pros
Good image
Cons
bad management at the branch level
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MANAGER BUSINESS ANALYSIS (Current Employee) –  88 Queen's Quay West18 December 2017
- Gather Requirements
- Everything I know about Business Analysis I have learned on the job + internal training

-Management is great
-Workplace culture is positive
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Fun place to work with positive culture
Sr. Manager, HR (Current Employee) –  Toronto17 December 2017
Overall a great place to work with a lot of opportunity to move around - whether it be laterally or upwards.

Good leadership; work-life balance (depending on department and manager), and benefits.
Pros
Work life balance
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Best place
Jr. Planning Analyst (Co-op) (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON15 December 2017
Yes you do challenging work, but it makes you stronger. There is room for advancement which is great. People are friendly, just stressed sometimes but that is normal.
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working with clients and paperwork
Banking Advisor / Teller (Former Employee) –  10324 10th street Dawson Creek14 December 2017
All in all a good company to work for . Great team work and a caring environment. Staff was always great to work with and i enjoyed working with clients.
Pros
great bennifits
Cons
don't like the expected sales requirements
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Diverse and rapidly evolving
Senior Quality Assurance Analyst (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON14 December 2017
A fast paced company with a global reach, that consistently pushes employees to broaden their skills and evolve with current economic and workforce trends.
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Very good company to cut your Marketing teeth on.
MARKETING MANAGER (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON14 December 2017
Great place to learn the most innovative marketing strategies. I really enjoyed the career journey. You do have to stay abreast of most marketing trends. The one downside is that there is some stale management still there which can make advancing somewhat difficult.
Pros
Innovative
Cons
Mangement was stale
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