Client Advisor (Former Employee) – Langley, BC – 25 April 2018
Excellent place to work. I learned a lot about the many financial services available to customers and how to help them achieve their financial goals. I developed strong customer service skills as a result of my experience at RBC.
Supervisor (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 7 March 2018
Considering that I’ve been working with Royal Bank for over 12 years, this should tell you that it is a great company to work for. Further more, it’s the people that make the environment enjoyable and fun. Rbc takes prides in hiring the most talented people which I believe as I assist with the interview and hiring process due to my current role.
Account Manager (Former Employee) – Kindersley, SK – 6 March 2018
I know that RBC is a reputable company to work for but in the rural communities the management seems to leave some thing to be desired. There is a high management turn over within the branch and there seems to be little regard for the clients and staff that is left behind after multiple management change overs.
Investment Sales Representative (Former Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 6 March 2018
My experience with RBC had its ups and downs. The environment was good to work in, but no advancement unless you put in many many years of hard-work. Only then they might notice you and promote. Not easy to move within the company.
Sr. Equipment Finance Specialist (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 March 2018
I love working for this organization. This has been a place that i have learned how to be a service expert to my clients and have had a fantastic time in their employ. This is a very ethical place to work.
It was fun with family type environment at the beginning.
Client Service Representative (Former Employee) – Ontario – 2 March 2018
Working with the company had been great at the beginning...but as time goes on and different management comes along, everything changes. More work, stress and people changed. The family atmosphere is gone. No matter how hard you work or how long you have been with the company, it will never be the same unless you have a family up there. At the end, people who were let go were relieved and started breathing again from the stress they have had. Cross training and learning had been the best part, but, but when new management comes along, everything changes, people changed, new rules, new requirements, etc. But you learn a lot. You meet a lot of people until it became a dog eat dog environment.
Sometimes free meals or treats here and there, annual barbecue events or breakfast or employee appreciation day
Credit Card Advisor/Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 27 February 2018
I was stuck on 10 hour shifts 4 days a week. I could not keep up with the sales when I'm staring at a computer for 10 hours of my day. Not to mention my work days were right in the middle of the day 10-8 meaning I couldn't have any life outside of these hours. It was a late/early start and somehow a late/early finish. Not to mention on my lunch was scheduled for 1:30 which is basically 3 hours into my TEN HOUR shift. I requested multiple times to have my breaks moved around but they "weren't able to". I only left because of the 10 hour shifts. I requested to be switched to 8 but they "weren't able to" . So here I am, an employee, willing to work 5 days a week for 8 hours a day because I can't manage the 10 hours and they would rather I quit so they can train someone else? Just seems silly. All the people were absolutely wonderful including management.
Transaction Processing Administrator (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 26 February 2018
- Back Office - Transaction processing with all client/nominee held investment accounts - Career Path/development can only be done outside of the work hours - Back Office - Teamwork - Team spirit - Workperks