Financial service coordinator (Former Employee) – Montréal-Est, QC – 15 December 2017
At BMO your just a number. All they care about is how much sales you bring in to the bank. They put so much pressure on their employees and brain wash them with sales. Management need tools to learn how to respect their employees. They can fire you on the spot if your not performing. It's not a secure job. Move on to something else that will recognize your hard work.
Research and Marketing Associate (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 December 2017
Typical day consisted of cold calling and client prospecting. Sometimes tedious but good at building solid work ethic. Advancement very competitive and in some cases non existent. Poor pay but exciting environment,
Speaking for myself, I found that compensation was not nearly in line with competitors in the marketplace. This is a very strenuous environment where duties will grow to include many items not in the job description.
Investment Support Specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 5 November 2017
Usually, a typical day at work at Bank of Montreal, Toronto as a Investment Support Specialist consists of; opening accounts, processing clients requests accurately ensuring adherence to all outlined procedures and Service Level Agreements through RPM, fulfilling customer requests in a way that complies with policies and reconciling of mutual funds purchase, redemption and documents mail to the clients as requested.
no activities ... small lunch area with a lot of over stocked items for branch operations
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 29 October 2017
too much sales focused.... too much of politics within branch ...very low pay..........................................................................once a manager left clients file in a common area and started blaming of not keeping maintaining the confidentiality
low pay ... exploitation of labor... do not offer full time ... erratic repetitive job...
A good overall employer who seeks to value the opinions of their staff and believes in life long learning!
Branch Manager (Former Employee) – Maple Ridge, BC – 25 October 2017
A place where customer service comes first and the employee is encouraged to grow and learn. A culture of diversity and balance! I was able to move up with the company and always felt respected. The culture is about learning and growing and I enjoyed the people and events that BMO was involved with as well as supporting many fundraisers!
organization that you can identify with and respect for their products and services.
Account Manager (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 21 October 2017
-- able to achieve high levels of customer satisfaction and present a strong personal and professional public image -- enjoy solving intellectual challenges by thoroughly investigating the facts and data associated with a particular problem
Various Positions over the years (Former Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 20 October 2017
Bank of Montreal taught me almost everything to know about Banking. Aggressive targets . Good training. Morale poor in most branches. Good benefits and competitive pay. The most enjoyable part of the job was working with customers and I especially enjoyed the lending.