LEAD SOFTWARE DEVELOPER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 August 2018
Flexible working hours, people are friendly , and willing to help each other, processes are complex which are normal at a large corporation. The most enjoyable part of the job is to see projects go live after overcoming obstacles and technical difficulties.
Service Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 August 2018
-send out trade reports -process daily trades for the same business day -must prioritize financial documents over non financial documents to meet deadlines - complete ongoing projects before month end deadline -complete nightly pricing in order for funds to settle for the next trade date -management is fair, although more social activities should be implemented -employees are friendly and kind -fulfilling client's request
Conducteur de travaux, (Current Employee) – Canada – 7 August 2018
Je souhaite travaillé dans votre entreprise pour non seulement partagé mes connaissances, mais aussi acquérir auprès de vos travailleurs un esprit de cohésion, de partage de réussite dans toutes les missions de l'entreprise.
Collector (Former Employee) – Montréal, QC – 1 August 2018
amazing work environment, that moles your professionalism. working at BMO helped me gain financial experience that help you understand how mortgage, loans, and payment plans all work.As every workplace you will encounter obstacles with colleagues and clients you deal with, try your best to demonstrate emotional intelligence and execute it in this environment with everyone. GOOD LUCK!!!!!!
Salesforce Applications Developer (Former Employee) – Toronto Ontario – 31 July 2018
I really enjoyed the fact that I was able to work from home frequently. As somebody who was new at the company I was given a lot of autonomy and freedom to make decisions. Friendly people. The work environment was not great - very little privacy and they didn't have many quiet areas where you could focus on work without interruptions.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Current Employee) – Alberta – 31 July 2018
As a CSR (Bank Teller) your job is to assist bank customers with their personal or business transactions. You will also have sales and activity targets that are emphasized frequently.
Increasingly, you are to encourage customers to use digital and electronic banking through their own computers or the ATMs. Essentially, you are working yourself out of a job because the more people do on-line or other digital banking on their own, the less a CSR is needed.
The hours are flexible but only part-time for most of the CSRs - averaging at about 24 hours per week or less.
Benefits package is really good, considering you're only part-time.
There is room to advance, but usually it is because someone has left the company, moved away or moved up themselves. I believe there will be fewer and fewer CSR positions as time goes by.
Good benefits, customer interaction, Opportunities to advance.
Pay and hours aren't enough. Role is disappearing. Training is essentially learn as you go.