3 weeks. just the standard process but very unprofessional team over there. no clue what is going on
About 3 weeks. I kept getting calls from the manager even before getting hired. The manager was very vocal about CIBC's past employees and discussing their life stories.
2 weeks, 1 interview with the branch manager and an interview with the HR representative.
2 months including orientation. You need to be at the computer for 7 am sharp and adherence is a absolute 100% must. One mistake and you could be gone. You need nothing much, but your resume, your listen skills, a brain with coffee and a willingness to suffer at the bank.
Sometimes over two months, screening with HR takes a long time, then if selected, have to meet with the hiring manager. They required a reference from your reporting manager at your current firm if they offer - may be hard to do since most people looking for external opportunity do not want their current employer to know.
By sending their application to HR.
Set up a personal profile on the CIBC career site and upload your resume. Apply for jobs currently posted or set up a job alert.
By sending multiple resumes.
Show interest and desire to grow within the company.
Word of mouth.