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COMMERCIAL ACCOUNT MANAGER (Former Employee) –  Montreal, Qc, Canada15 August 2018
this is a sales position - financial advising in a bank. Sales targets are unrealistic and management expects very long hours from employees. Benefits are great and salary is good.
Pros
benefits
Cons
sales targets too high
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Small Canadian Bank that Treats you Decently
Liquidity Management - Senior Analyst (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON15 August 2018
The smallest and most laid-back of Canada'a five major banks. Pay is decent for the amount of work expected if you are in a level six to eight position.
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Not the best workplace I've been
Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON10 August 2018
No flexibility, low salary range, low morale, no recognitions.
No team events. Spent almost 7 years and great to be where I am now - 5 years ago later.
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Productive and fast paced.
Payment Officer (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON7 August 2018
CIBC work life is fast paced, develops your independent and teamwork skills, also provides benefits for employees. I would say CIBC is the perfect place for newcomers and graduates to get situated with corporate work and expectations.
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Good place to work
Director, IT Risk Management (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON5 August 2018
The CIBC team has developed a great physical workplace, work atmosphere with social, health, financial and family benefits. Vacation and time-off are within expwctions and employee communications from Sr. Leadrship is quit good. Training and skills development is available each year and highly encouraged. CIBC pride's itself in community involvement.
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Good Place to Work
Analyst (Voice and data network analysis) (Current Employee) –  Toronto, ON3 August 2018
Good Place to Work, a Good place to learn and advance. Salary and benefits are good. A great place to express your skills and go above and beyond. Must network
Pros
Free lunches
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nice decent job with very limited income
Financial Advisor (Current Employee) –  GTA, ON2 August 2018
good white collar job but compensation is quite low compared to the work load, compliance and expectations. you have chances of growth but at a slow pace.
Pros
you can fiind job locally which saves you from long commute
Cons
Compansation is not at par with other industries
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Its a great place to work
Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) –  Brampton, ON30 July 2018
Everything is great about CIBC except remuneration. I work part time as teller. No sales pressure at teller level. Only crunch is working hours i wish they hire for min 30 rather than 15.
Pros
Job security
Cons
Wages
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highly recommend
Snr CSR (Former Employee) –  Timmins, ON27 July 2018
What can I say, these people were my family for 16 years and we keep in touch often.. the pay was not the greatest, but the benefits outweighed this factor. I truly wish I had never left when offered a job as a bookkeeper.
Pros
great hours, benefits and pension
Cons
low paying
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Good start into the banking industry
Financial Services Representative (Former Employee) –  Halifax, NS23 July 2018
Great place to learn about banking. The training I received was excellent. Its a very very very sales oriented job. If your manager doesn't favor you; work can be really stressful. Hardly any growth opportunities.
Pros
Good benifits
Cons
No work life balance, salary not at par to the market
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Challenging but Fun
Senior Credit Control Specialist (Former Employee) –  Montréal, QC20 July 2018
Overall it was a great job. Colleagues were great, the work was challenging. Good possibility for future advancements within the company. Benefits are adequate.
Pros
Free Wifi
Cons
Not close to a metro
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My time at CIBC
Senior Operations Analyst (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON18 July 2018
This company is too large to rate as a whole, it really depends on the department you work in. I had a great time working on the business side and a terrible time on the tech side. On the business side , I received proper training , I felt they were patient, empathetic and fair , the complete opposite on the tech side.
Pros
Compensation is fare
Cons
Very little job security
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busy workplace
Financial Service Representative - (FSR) (Former Employee) –  Kelowna, BC28 June 2018
its easy to get a job at CIBC as they have high turnover and they have locations all across the country so even in smaller communities you don't have to leave town for work.
Pros
good brand recognition
Cons
low wages
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Productive
Personal Banking Specialist (Former Employee) –  Ontario18 June 2018
Good benefits
Friendly and helpful employees
Slow pace feild training
Opportunities for recent graduates
Opportunities for advancement
Change of pace are available if one is willing to relocate
Pros
Good culture
Cons
Slow pace of training
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Executive Assistant (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON13 June 2018
I worked at Gundy for 2 years, the branch was relatively small at the time. Depending on the team you work for, there may not be any opportunities for growth. Pay was relatively low.
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Typical Big Bank
Business Consultant (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON8 June 2018
CIBC is a great place to work for the short term but when leadership changes often projects are cancelled or new strategic direction is taken which often leads to re-structuring
Pros
Pay is good
Cons
job security is low
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Challenging Place to work at
Wholesale Banking Application Support Specialist (Former Employee) –  Toronto, Canada8 June 2018
Very fast paced work, and you are totally immersed in work, time flies by while you are at work.
Very comfortable work place with state of the art equipment for work and communication.
Pros
Free Tea Coffee
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great people
Financial Service Associate (Former Employee) –  Surrey, BC5 June 2018
CIBC is an great place to work. You have your yearly income and also receive a bonus at the end of the year based on your achievements. Since CIBC is always changing you just never know when your job might be redundant.
Pros
staff appreciation days with lunch
Cons
not paid enough for the job I was doing
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schedule is too tightly
Sr. Oracle Consultant/DBA (Former Employee) –  Toronto, ON4 June 2018
The projects goes very quickly and not much time for detailed analysis and testing. The manager's plans are usually not discussed with developers and often take long time to do the works.
Pros
Location is very easy.
Cons
long time and too much works
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It was okay...
Financial Services Representative II (Former Employee) –  Courtice, ON1 June 2018
I worked there as an FSR 2 for over a year. The culture was great, but the work/life balance was an issue, and the income provided for the job was very poor!
Pros
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Cons
Good benefits
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