Project Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 June 2017
RBC is a huge place, so it'll depend on the department you're in. I was in IT HR Corporate Systems. Corporate Systems itself was pretty good. The culture was good, my team was fantastic and I really enjoyed working there. The problem was the management. Empty promises, no action, even as far as forgetful action (promising to do something, then nothing happens). People were given new positions and announcements were made, only for them to never transpire. The push to adopt Agile is everywhere, and the people are ready and willing to embrace change, but the old processes don't support the change. People still are expected to work in their own silo. Resource allocation is by percentages. RBC was supportive of training (all the time, it was great), they tried to embrace new technologies (with some success) so it was an excellent team work environment. I'd highly recommend the place, if you get a good boss.
Senior Program Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 April 2017
If you're looking to start or grow your career, RBC has lots to offer. Lots to keep you busy, motivated and challenged. Job roles and career paths are very well defined and better than the other banks.
Catering Administrator (Former Employee) – CA – 12 April 2017
Managed Hospitality Bookings via Resource Scheduler - Service Booking System. Liaised with Receptionists & Clients, dealing with any queries. Answered queries via Telephone and Outlook. Organised/Printed daily Hospitality Sheets/Requests. Administration. Ensured Service Levels were maintained at all times. Managing orders and deliveries.
Futures Trader-Night Shift Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 April 2017
Night shift was ok, but the schedule change and sleep habit adjustment was difficult. Working alone learned the responsibility of managing myself to my concious was satisfactory. Good work place, but working alone in the night shift was bit difficult.
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 5 April 2017
Very pushy at getting CSR to upsell and meet quota in doing so, threatened with you jobe if you dont. Hard to advance in company as they are not professional in who they choose and lie to get out of putting you forward.
stimulating environment with excellent client relations
Account Manger/Mortgage Specialist (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 4 April 2017
I really enjoyed my time at RBC, I helped many client with their financial goals. My day consisted of meetings with clients, managers and RBC partners. I sold all RBC financial products, such as bank accounts, credit and investment instruments.
Administrator of CFXPO (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 2 April 2017
One thing that really impressed me about RBC is their commitment to diversity in the workplace. I work with and come across an array different people every day. This focus on diversity has been a great asset to their corporate culture and it's great to see a company, as influential as RBC, showcase such inclusiveness.
Client Advisor (Current Employee) – Oakville, ON – 28 March 2017
Able to work with general public. Stress related work with all types of inquiries related to people's financial needs. Worthiness in helping Canadians achieve lifelong goals, plans and retirement. Making someone laugh. Great company to work for. Lots of opportunity to move ahead with amazing networking tools and events.
IT Financial Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 24 March 2017
Great place to work for overall. Your day to day really varies depending on the group you work for. I have friends in other groups that had completely different experiences from mine. Lots of growth/advancement opportunities if you apply yourself. In some ways it's like working for any other bank, so not the kind of freedom you would get in say a tech company.
Bonus, community outreach, vacation (up to 4 weeks for intermediate levels)