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Great place to grow and develop as a young professional; works with very notable, high profile, and reputable Canadian clients . Very team-oriented culture. Management open and very approachable — both with respect to day-to-day operations and with to long-term growth initiatives.
Learned a lot about banking, finances, and corporate environment. Lots of training resources, but not as much coaching as there could be. I found that the high turnover of branch staff led to most of my job dissatisfaction. The fact that we were constantly training new hires, also meant that the higher level servicing tasks fell to the longest tenured employee. It was difficult to maintain sales excellence while also doing more than your fair share of non-revenue generating tasks. That said, I have been out of the branch environment for 4 years. I very much have enjoyed working in the Mobile Advice channel.
high turnover and understaffing
Good and supportive enviroment, fast paced, large learning curve on the systems with support on the intranet and dedicated staff on the phone. Good and frendly manager Hardest part is to learn all different systems with in the different departments Good, fun and relaxing meetings. always willing to help
Management would rather find blame versus finding solution for clients. Existing process to assist with client situations (issues) is broken all issue regardless the size must be escalated to Ontario and the client care department only after making the client discuss the issue to the sales person then the manager then the senior manager who then refers to Ontario client care department for resolution and
I enjoyed working in the bank and will go back if need be. I still see CIBCas the best place to work and I dont regret working there for almost 4 years.
Always a free lunch espevially when Sri Rao was the branch zManager.
It was up to me. The hours are open to workers. If there are customers, i do long hours and i enjoyed it.
Start my work day early at 8:00 am to check my email. leave home to work at the nearby branch from 9:00 - 1:00 pm. Lunch and visit my COI, potential mortgage clients & other branch colleagues. Go home at 3:00 pm to work my existing or new file. finish at around 6:00 pm.
time management by myself
long hours of work even 6 or 7 days a week.
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fun working at this company with great environment, willing to learn more and more every day to achieve your goals. the most fun part of the job was meeting with customers face to face to advise them about their mortgage options.
I think this is a given at any bank. I do appreciate the skills and education I obtained at my time with CIBC. I was able to hold numerous positions that gave me a well rounded view of the banking industry as a whole.
Although my position was a Mortgage Advisor was a commissioned position. CIBC like the other 4 big banks rates average,Although my office was at my home, I located myself in the branch on the weekends I did get to know the staff quite well and they referred clients to me.
CIBC is a good place to build a career in the financial industry. When i moved into Canada in 2010 without an Banking or sales experience, the hired me and its been 8 years and going.
CIBC is a leading global financial institution providing a full suite of products and services to over 11 million clients. I learned a lot of thing from CIBC but mostly I have learned is how to satisfy customers with their happy face. also, I learned Good admin skill.
This is a great place to work. If you are motivated or hardworking there is huge earning potential. I earned more than ever before. It was enjoyable but at this time I want to move forward in my career.
uncapped commission, good benefits.