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111 questions about working at RBC
RBC is not the worst place to work, it honestly depends on your manager. HOWEVER, they pay ridiculously below market rate, yet boasts about the profits earned each quarter. If your purpose for working is to meet new people and can proudly say you work at the bank then it’s perfect. If you actually need to afford basic necessities in life then rethink your decision to join.
Answered 15 March 2017
I worked Monday to Friday.
Answered 11 March 2017
1 year
Answered 7 November 2022
Diverse and collaborative work environment.
Answered 17 March 2017
Never got one
Answered 25 October 2018
Increase salaries to living wage, especially considering that the bank makes record profits and can afford to pay their staff better.
Answered 28 September 2018
They didn't ask any job related questions, which I thought was odd. It was a group interview and whoever was the loudest and/or put on a show was what they are looking for. Basically you had to sell the person next to you who you never met before. Then a Dragons Den selling an item theme. They aren't looking for people who care about Customer Service or the Customer. That was clear at the interview when nothing pertained to that.
Answered 5 June 2017
Audit every branch and its management culture towards day-to-day work behavior. More empathetic management than micromanagement with no competence behavior.
Answered 15 March 2017
Your stats is all that matters and everything is included in your stats including time away from the phones ( hopefully you don’t need a washroom break for more than 5 mins per 8hour shift).. your shift also depends on your stats so you may end up working nights. If you want good stats you may have to compromise how well you help a client because time on each call matters. if you need personal time you will have to make up for it another day, May end up pulling double shifts. Your time is micromanaged to the second, coupled with angry customers can heavily weigh on you overtime.
Answered 27 July 2017
I was asked to go to a group interview. I had never been to one. Within minutes you're asked to write then communicate to everyone about why the person next to you would be a good fit for RBC. Then there's the Dragons Den theme group presenration which has nothing to do with anything. Basically they are looking for fake actor type individuals. Customer Service experience and integrity means nothing. Brush up on your acting skills.
Answered 11 July 2017
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