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Very good work atmosphere - positive outlook - accomodative and understanding boss.
Business Account Maintenance Specialist (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON16 June 2017
I was very happy with this position, non stressful and positive atmosphere. My immediate boss at was very understanding and patient.

Training provided was good and useful.

I worked thru agency - only problem was parking was eating up my pay as the York Mills parking lot which earlier belonged to TTC was sold to a private company and they kept increasing rate every month .

My agency chose to look the other way when this was pointed out.
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Sr. Quality Assurance Lead, QA (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON15 June 2017
I have been working at RBC (More than 6 months)
Pros
RBC has a great atmosphere and it doesn't feel like a 9-5 routine work
Work Life Balance is good with great vacation period and flexibility
Salary is competitive with other banks
Cons
Can get hierarchical at points but I would say is still decent and somewhat multicultural at management level
Slow advancement
Advice to Management
Continuously provide feedback
Highlight path to advancement
Career coaching with clear action plan
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fun workplace friendly
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) –  mcphillips and court15 June 2017
very skillful and helps you gain understanding of everyday banking and shows you different ways to meet peoples needs. very useful in your own personal life.
Pros
its helpful
Cons
it gets very busy
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Friendly place to work
Client Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Edmonton, AB15 June 2017
RBC is a wonderful place to work. friendly staff and management. Our everyday clients are great and sweet! There is always lots to learn in the banking industry.
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Associate (Current Employee) –  Vancouver, BC13 June 2017
Open workplace with freedom to build a career at your own pace. Welcoming colleagues make it an enjoyable place to work. Work life balance is encouraged by management.
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Productive and Fun
Client Advisor (Former Employee) –  Lloydminster, AB13 June 2017
On a typical day at work we Provides account services to clients by receiving deposits and loan payments; cashing checks; issuing savings withdrawals; recording night and mail deposits; selling cashier's checks, traveler's checks, and answering questions in person or on telephone referring to other bank services.
Reconciles cash drawer by proving cash transactions; counting and packaging currency and coins; reconciling loan coupons and other transactions; turning in excess cash and mutilated currency to head teller; maintaining supply of cash and currency

I learned more about Banking operations and administrative functions
Culture- Core Values is always observed
Pros
Free Coffee, Tea or Hot Choco
Cons
No career growth unless someone resign
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Custumer service
CSR - Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON12 June 2017
Monitor emails . Assign work. Resolve client issues. Currently working from home 4 days a week. But am looking for part time friday night and saturday nights
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Client Service Representative (Former Employee) –  Ontario9 June 2017
Absolutely the worst company I have worked for. Unachievable sales and pressure, unpaid expected overtime, toxic work environment. However they sucker you in with a nice benefit/pension package. Great place to work if you are willing to sacrifice your morals and mental health. Pay is also disgusting. You're better off at tim hortons for the same paycheck with none of the stress. Coworkers however were fantastic and the only thing that makes the day tolerable. Management is pretty unhelpful when needed. Overall, unless you want to 'bleed blue', pressure clients into sales to keep your job, and get nothing in return, look elsewhere ASAP.
Pros
Good benefits package
Cons
Everything else
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Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Moncton, NB9 June 2017
Good employee but focus too much on sales not client needs advice was huge when I started there now all about sales and how much you make the bank. Thanks
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great
Creative Specialist (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON8 June 2017
flexible, honest - management
work - was great
workplace culture - office setting
enjoyable part - people were extremely nice and helpful
typical work day - design work
Pros
free lunches
Cons
job security
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Learning
Senior Business Systems Consultant/Project Manager (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON8 June 2017
A great place to learn new field of work. Working with contractors on-site and offshore is challenging at times due to different time zones.
Hardest part of the job is prioritizing work items for different lines of business as they all want their items to be the top priority.
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Tough job
Bank Teller (Former Employee) –  Cochrane, AB7 June 2017
Not a good place to work. You work your fingers to the bone with no reward. I spent 7 years there. The clients were lovely. The bank should go back to caring and not try to sell the same clients products they don't need. It's not retail.
Cons
They don't care about thier employees
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Good place to work
Intermediate Business Analyst (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON7 June 2017
Good learning experience. good cultured organization.

There are lots of opportunities within the organization to switch from one domain to another basis employee's past experience.
Pros
Growth within the company
Cons
None
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Employee & Client Focused Company
Auto Claims Adjuster, Lvl 3 (Current Employee) –  Calgary, AB6 June 2017
- RBC Insurance was not only focused on servicing the client but the wellbeing of their employee
- RBC Insurance would eliminate extra processes for the claims adjuster so they could focus their attention on the client and be readily available on the phone
- RBC Insurance was a smaller insurance company compared to the bigger companies but this made the workplace culture very close knit and you were not just a number
Pros
Flexible schedule
Cons
Due to being a smaller company, not much room to grow
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une grande institution dont la motivation est the sky is the limit
Représentante, Services (Former Employee) –  châteauguay5 June 2017
J'ai tout appris d'eux. Avantage de promotion facile et l'aide de l'institution à nous donner les outils et la formation nécessaire.
Pros
avancement rapide
Cons
beaucoup de pression vers les années 1998 retour aux études
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Great Opportunity
Administer of Operations (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON5 June 2017
I was a summer student at RBC, it was a great opportunity and experience working at a bank. Coworkers were very kind, patient and helpful in the workplace.
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working environemnt
advisor (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON5 June 2017
flexible, great benefits, strong training program, workplace culture, hardest part of job, most enjoyable part of job, management, what you learner typical day at work
Pros
benefits
Cons
sales support
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Nice Place
Insurance Advisor (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON4 June 2017
Nice working environment. Everyone is supportive. A lot of training and great benefits. Flexible working schedule. The hardest part is to find clients.
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Structured Environment Great for Learning
Project Management Intern (Former Employee) –  Mississauga, ON2 June 2017
Great overall company culture that continuously strive for success. Put career growth in perspective and provides growth opportunities to those who work hard. Tenure is extremely important that causes good talent to walk away because the opportunities do not present themselves in time.
Pros
Employee Benefits
Cons
Sales targets
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Business Development Consultant
Business Development Consultant (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON1 June 2017
• Consult with all RBC Dominion Securities Investment Advisors and their teams on the tools, resources, marketing strategies and best practices for growing their businesses via prospecting, referrals and asset consolidation
• Develop tools and marketing materials to be used by all RBC Dominion Securities Investment Advisors to be leveraged in various prospecting activities
• Act as a centre of expertise for the firm on latest business development trends and best practices
• Collaborate with other departments to develop presentations on prospecting tools and marketing collateral
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