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As per the summary, typical day at work, got in and was greeted with a friendly smile and everyone saying good morning. Start with posting entries and getting ready for the bank to open. I have learned various services such as foreign currencies,product the bank provides and mainly the customers comes first with providing them with all the help they required with a smile. Management was approachable, it was fast paced but enjoyable workplace with helpful co-workers. I don't feel the job was hard once you have the proper training. The most enjoyable part of the job is dealing with the customers and my co-workers.
back in the 80's it was easy to get a job at the bank - good benefits
now you need degrees and still get trained to be a teller - getting promoted
The employees that work there make the busy, high-intensity work environment barely manageable. There is hardly any communication between management and service representatives which made the busies days at work stress-inducing while being constantly reminded about sales/meeting weekly targets. This takes away helping clients to just gathering numbers. Would not recommend.
Honestly I cannot tell you what the atmosphere is like at CIBC now. I don't bank with them. At the time of my employment the atmosphere was acceptable. Some individuals at the time were nosy bodies and stirred the pot as they say.
Great staff area
Really love the job but the salary is not that great for a single parent. No overtime & actual paid hours is only 7.5/ day as the 30 minute lunch is not paid. A very organize time off and vacations but health insurance is not that great
Paid Vacation leave
Low Salary Grade
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I've been with CIBC for many years and I'm very happy with what I do everyday and what I have accomplished over the years. We focus on satisfying client's need and thrive and keep a long lasting impression. CIBC rally to be #1 bank in Canada and they do their best to come up with all the advanced and innovative technology to achieve that goal.
excellent job many advancing opportunities flexible hours lots of responsibility dealing with cash on a daily basis referral based as well CIBC is committed to supporting causes that matter to our clients, our employees and our communities. We aim to make a difference in communities through corporate donations, sponsorship and the volunteer spirit of employees. In 2015, CIBC contributed more than $65 million to over 1,850 community organizations across Canada.
Nice people Too much pressure on job role. Having to do more then we should have to/ are not trained for. Compensation is insufficient for what we are required to do. Same exact thing everyday with no change of pace Not the environment for a creative mind like myself. under staffed.
Lunch hour, nice co workers
long hours, under staffed, schedule is all over the place.
A typical day was to have a meeting first thing in the morning before the branch opened . we would run cash for the day and balance at the end of the day . Through the day we would deal with our customers and address their needs. My co-workers were excellent to work with and management was great.
we worked as a team, management was good and the customers were wonderful
low salary, benefits weren't great
A typical day involves working in a fast paced environment to meet the needs of banking clients. This involves a great deal of product knowledge and teamwork with co-workers.
Rewards based on perforomance.
Working late evenings, weekends
I worked at CIBC as a CSR ( customer service representative ) doing my clients day to day banking transactions:deposits withdrawals,wire transfers,money orders,bill payments and many other banking service related queries.I learned many new skills by working for CIBC including interpersonal skillsI had full support from my branch manager as she referred me to work for another CIBC branch on Mondays and she was very helpful but I had very less to no assistance from the assistant manager but that did not effect my performance.My co-workers were very helpful but since the job is performance based you have to learn to work independently.Hardest part of the job for me was not having enough hours per week which made it hard for me to gasp all the information of CIBC`s products and servicesMost enjoyable part of working at CIBC has to be the Clients because I was able to help them with their banking needs by proving them a excellent customer service and at the end of the day I feel good about myself for making a significant difference in their life.
endless opportunities to advance
poor management support