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If you thrive in a fast paced corporate environment, this is the place for you. But you get to meet great colleagues from different cultures and you can even get motivated to put in your best depending on your personality.
I worked for CIBC for 5 years. I absolutely loved my job and my clients; unfortunately, the current manager did not display strong management skills and was not trustworthy. There were other people within the branch who treated others very poorly and I am a strong believer in customer service and treating everyone with respect. I also believe in treating people how I would like to be treated and unfortunately those views/values were not shared by my fellow co-workers so I no longer wanted to be associated with these people.
The job is to provide Financial Advice for clients that includes open checking and savings account, investments, mortgages credit cards and unsecured lending
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Overall one of the best companies to work for. The pay is slightly less than the competitors such as TD, Scotia, etc., however, the environment makes up for the salary gap.
Great learning experience, good pay for part-time position, great benefits, however will be staying back for an hour or more after closing because the company does not use the newest technology for CSRs - One of the managers were great, other did not seem to know what they were doing - Sometimes workplace culture was not exactly followed as employees were speaking in their own languages to communicate with each other Pros
I loved working with CIBC. Greatstaff diversity and challenge. Lots of opportunities to move within the company. Decent pay. Not alot of training. Decent support from management could be better. More pay increases needed. Quicker movement towards career goals
Too much sales
A typical day at work includes micro-managing from team leader. The hardest part of the activities is working with team members and managers who do not understand the difference in team growth and developing personal growth
Back to back service
A typical day at work was going in, getting everything prepared at our desk/tills and doing our morning routine. I learned a lot about finances while I was at this job. The management in my small branch was great but our upper management was terrible. It made the job a whole lot less enjoyable. The hardest part was being in such a small branch and being expected to sell products to the same people all the time. The most enjoyable part was my coworkers.