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What would you suggest RBC management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Audit every branch and its management culture towards day-to-day work behavior. More empathetic management than micromanagement with no competence behavior.

  • Provide more opportunity to move between divisions of RBC and achieve a better role

  • Treat staff as humans and not just premium generators with no other personals needs.

  • Advancement based on relation is letting the good ones leave.

  • Give chance to deserving staff to advance their career
    Salary, Security and Benefits

  • Get to know the staff behind the counter

  • Nothing they can do

  • Listen to your employees and be considerate when approaching CSRs to meet quotas

  • Greater opportunity advancement; promotions should be based on meritocracy and ability rather than seniority

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  1. What would you suggest RBC management do to prevent others from leaving?