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.
Help job seekers learn about the company by being objective and to the point.
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