Financial Services Representative (Current Employee) – Nanaimo, BC – 23 November 2017
Stressful and totally sales focused role. Calling clients everyday and meeting their banking needs. This roles does not focus on just one aspect but covers all the aspects of banking like credit, investment and cash management.
Training and advancement are available within the company
Senior Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 21 November 2017
Managed a team of hard workers who are willing to work overtime in order to achieve the deadlines. Enjoyed working with all staff across the company. Able to advance my career with training, but sometimes could not find the time to take the training based on the workload.
Balance of work and lifestyle. Advancement of career.
Contact Center Representative (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 20 November 2017
zero parking for ccc reps, either your car gets towed of pay 15/day. If your late your scrutinized. Targets were your life line either you achieve them or you loose your job. Pressured us to sell constantly even if it didnt suit the customers needs. My previous manager has zero experience in the banking industry and didn't know any procedures or how vacation hours worked. Micro managed department. Your time is everything if you are 2 mins late back from lunch you are penalized. everything is watched. how you talk how long and what you say in what tone. Mentally you are stressed at the end of your shift you want to go home and be alone.
free lunch, discounts and persk
short breaks, no parking, no recognition for work well done
Marketing Associate (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 19 November 2017
Theres a very positive atmosphere when you come into work. Everyone is smiling and looks like they enjoy being there. There is so much to learn and so much room for advancements. Management and staff are very helpful.
Programmer Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 November 2017
According to me working with CIBC is very good life time memorable experience.Equal opportunity, Good Communication environment, Integrity, Self Development task, Multiple Training etc. important factors at CIBC.
General Manager/Banking Center Leader (Former Employee) – Oakville,Ontario, Canada – 15 November 2017
I started with CIBC as branch representative, my manager helped me build my career, she helped me growing fast based on my performance, I was always exceeding expectation all my career with CIBC, that's why I was getting a promotion every second year.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 11 November 2017
It's all about numbers and results. Hitting impossible targets and making cold phone calls to please the branch manager. Working at a branch is not bad, great people who are willing to help, but it's all about numbers and results.