INVESTIGATOR / MANAGER (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 June 2018
They do not treat mental illness professionally. Force employees to come back while they're still I'll. Threatening to cut our pay. RBC needs to hire someone other than Manulife or they will be getting a lot of law suits.
Sr. Technical Systems Analyst (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 17 June 2018
Overall Friendly atmosphere, big bank, positive work experience. Very generous benefits package and employee discounts. Great overall support and tools constantly upgraded to help achieve personal and company goals.
Excellent working environment with fully support and great leadership.
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 14 June 2018
- Meeting with clients and help them achieve their financial goals by utilizing different tools to recommend tailor-made financial advice. - Good company culture and training support to strengthen employee's interpersonal skills and professional knowledge. - Excellent team leadership where employee can rely on and gain strong support.
Release Manager (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 13 June 2018
I have worked at RBC for over 11 years and the diverse workforce, inclusiveness and culture is what makes them stand out as a top employer. If it was not for the fact that I am pursuing my own business ventures I would consider staying until retirement. However I want to make a change in my career path therefore I am considering leaving RBC to pursue other opportunities.
Business Systems Analyst (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 June 2018
I enjoyed working at RBC, worked with a lot of nice people. The I.T. projects that I've worked on over the years were great, lots of stress, lol of course. However at the end it was well worth it because your able to gain that experience and come out successful.
I owe my high standard of customer service, strong sales initiative and great banking training to RBC Royal Bank. A typical day would have involved meeting with potential clients for bank loans, mortgages, car loans and other banking products and services including opening accounts and offering financial advice. The workplace culture was strong as teamwork was very important. The hardest part of the job would have been the long hours, but the hours were worth it as it ensured that clients' applications had a short turnaround time.
Various Positions (Current Employee) – Ontario – 11 June 2018
When I started with RBC in 2001, I thought I would there for a year. However, there is so much opportunity within RBC, that there was no need to look anywhere else for my career advancement. In my 17 years with RBC Insurance, I have had dozen of different roles, all of which have allowed me to increase my skill set and build business relationships.
Well defined corporate culture with excellent training and advancement opportunities
Manager Client Care (Former Employee) – Carleton Place, ON – 10 June 2018
Typical of the financial services industry with increased sales expectations which were not always reasonable or achievable. Business plans did not fairly address individual markets often making it difficult to achieve and support plans. Very stressful environment.
Senior Production Officer (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 6 June 2018
Large Financial Inst., diverse work force, good working conditions, dealing with a wide range of clients. Working environments are good. Hardest part of the job was balancing work and family due to ext hours of work.
Account Service Agent/Scanning Clerk/Mailing Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 1 June 2018
Working at RBC was a wonderful experience where I was part of a fantastic team and where I learned a lot of new and different things. It help me enhance my already good skill set and I learned so many nice things about the different processes involved with my work.