Coordinator (Employé actuel) – Toronto, ON – 19 mars 2019
Good company with potential to become an even better company. Not all areas created equally and how you feel about the company and culture is really dependent on who your leader/ manager is. A lot of focus on job levels which can be a major set back for any career aspirations you have for internal moves. Probably the biggest thing I think needs to change about how the hiring process works for internal career moves. Too much emphasis on what hey don’t want to pay you regardless of how qualified you might be for the job. Big deterant and archaic, old school way to think considering the company claims to act like this forward thinking, open minded cultured environment. Good place to start a career but def move outside the bank and come back if you want to make more $$ cause it ain’t gonna happen by staying and being loyal!
Could also truly stand behind the often toted “we care about work/life balance” and not really only let that apply to people with kids. Culture in the work place is changing and millennials/ gen z don’t want to be tied to a set schedule or a desk 5 days a week every week. Let people have access to work from home regardless of their job level and job requirements (mostly everything can be done on a computer these days), listen to employees and allow employees to have an option to work how they need to. Some people have anxiety or social issues that make it hard to go into work everyday. Allowing everyone to have an equal opportunity to create an atmosphere they work best in (as long as they are producing and not slacking off, of course) would definitely improveplus... morality and over all work culture. Enough with the special treatment for the top dogs only. Care about everyone equally and create a legit equal working space for all.moins
Decent benefits, comfortable job if you want to check in and check out and never go above and beyond
Lack of competitive pay in comparison to other FI, lazy big corporate attitude which breeds terrible managers and leadership, little room for job advancement at a fair pace (put in 15 years then maybe you’ll get ahead!)
I worked in credit cards over the phone customer service and you're pressure to sell and read scripts like a robot they don't allow you to talk to your colleagues while you're on the floor because they knew how much we were complaining about this job maybe I was in the worst department the worst experience is when I had a broken arm and my doctor told me to stop working for a few weeks and they were harassing me to come back to work because everyone was quitting the job my supervisor would call me and ask me how come you're outside if you have a broken home you should stay home and sometimes she would call and say anything and just hang up... very creepy most managers has no management skills and the company don't listen to their employees!
On doit presque les remercier de travailler pour eux
Manager (Ancien employé) – Montréal-Est, QC – 15 mars 2019
A la banque CIBC, les employés doivent presque être reconnaissant auprès de la CIBC pour avoir leur emploi... alors que les employés devraient recevoir des remerciements et de la reconnaissance. D'ailleurs: Il y a un roulement d'embauche/depart incroyablement élevé. Il suffit de voir le roulement du personnel en succursale pour s'en rendre compte.
Emplacement de leurs locaux et main-d'oeuvre diversifiée
Salaires peu compétitifs, aucune sécurité d'emploi, avantages sociaux, reconnaissance inexistante
Senior Branch Administrator (Ancien employé) – Gundy, AB – 14 mars 2019
Very challenging to work in the Retail Broker Wealth Management division. Many teams and different management styles depending which branch you are working in. My immediate boss and co-workers were aggressive and unkind at one branch but supportive and energetic at another. The work was very demanding, but also challenging and interesting. Wonderful opportunities to learn, but the workload is never ending, and extreme. Very faced paced business.
Sr Test Analyst in IT (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 13 mars 2019
I liked to work there as a team player. There were many different courses, which helped your career grow. You feeling support all the time as from your team members else from different bank departments. Very good bonuses.
Financial Advisor (Ancien employé) – Edmonton, AB – 12 mars 2019
If you are sales driven and have passion to deliver meaningful advice to your customers then this is one of the best place to work. Keep in mind you have targets to achieve, it's always a good idea to keep up with them on weekly or biweekly basis.
coworkers are nice bu managers are not providing sufficient support. more training should be provided, minimum promotion opportunities. Right now company is more focus on client relationships , less sales target than before.
INFORMATION SECURITY CONSULTANT (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 20 février 2019
Unfortunately my time at CIBC was very solitary. The team I was a part of was not inclusive, nor did they respond to any attempts at socializing. This is about the group as a whole, because there were some rays of light in the darkness with specific people.
Management didn't care at all about contractors, and that made things all the worse.
Financial Services Representative (Employé actuel) – Ottawa, ON – 19 février 2019
Fast-paced business where you will meet a variety of clientele. You will build relationships with these clients and aid them with their financial needs. You will belong to a dynamic team where you will work together to ensure that a client driven experience is always at the forefront of your day-to-day activities.