CIBC
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CIBC Employee Review

Competitive vibe and huge expectations

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14 August 2020
Wages are descent in the upper level but the front line staff, first face to face with customers and the referral of potential business staff should be given more training, respected and valued more and definitely paid more.
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Pros
Room for advancement
Cons
stressful and competitive environment
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  1. Competitive vibe and huge expectations