Reviews about Pay & Benefits for Client Advisor at RBC
Good place to work
Client Advisor (Current Employee) – Niagara Falls, ON – 24 January 2019
RBC is a retail business and it requires sales and targets which is normal for a retail company. Management is okay, they received the same or more pressure, so they need to aim it on us. Most colleagues are nice, but like in any other place, you can find good and bad people. In general, it is a good place to work.
Client Advisor Co-op Fall 2018 (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 3 December 2018
Job Work/Life Balance: I worked full-time, 37.5 hours a week. Excellent life balance, and was able to work a part-time job in the meantime.
Biggest issue would be angry customers who place all their hate towards RBC onto you.
Salary/Benefits: As a co-op student I was exempt from most benefits. My salary was decent for a student job however.
Job Security/Advancement: Nearly impossible as a co-op student. No way to prolong your work contract. Advancing to other roles does require investing time towards getting your CSC or IFIC course and meeting set sales objectives.
Management: Decent overall.
Job Culture: I liked the people I worked with, though job culture seemed a bit superficial.
How much does a Client Advisor make at RBC in Canada?
Average RBC Client Advisor yearly pay in Canada is approximately $28,784, which is 22% below the national average.
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