This company provides the individual to work with clients and provide solid information to help customer make the right decisions in investing. You can build a future working a the company and learn, promote and share common interest.
Learned the ins and outs of compliance and operations in the brokerage industry in a fast-paced environment. The management team actually cares about their employees and promoting a health and productive work environment.
Operations Associate (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 4, 2019
Below industry norm compensation. Poor, inexperienced management that does not know how to make decisions or manage people. They're objective seemed to be to hold you back & keep salary low. Management did not share information to help advancement willingly. They were more concerned with themselves looking good so they would pick associates brains for ideas & pass off as their own. Company is typical heartless in the bank. No loyalty to employees. They are considered expendable. The bank has no qualms about chopping heads & overworking inexperienced employees, I guess they believe employees should be happy to have a job for the short term.
Working at RBC was very informative and it was a very professional environment.
Typical day would be to review all invoices. process Wire transfers to vendors for immediate payments., Assigned and coded all invoices to specific departments within the company.
The most challenging part of the job was when vendors were looking for payments in which services were never received. I have learned to thoroughly investigate all invoices and ensure what our company was paying for was in accordance to the services we received.
The most enjoyable part was interacting with different vendors and building professional working relationships.
Risk and Control, Associate Director (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 3, 2019
Good culture, you can take on as much work as you would like but the change process needs improvements. There is minimal change governance and procedures to follow. You need to know how to improvise and work with minimal supervision.
GOVERNANCE SPECIALIST | BUSINESS MANAGER (Former Employee) – Jersey City, NJ – January 31, 2019
I have mix feelings about RBC as it is a very friendly environment but if you work in the accounting dept than you will have late hours. You will be able to take a nice lunch break to work out or have a team lunch when it's not the month close. The company has great social and volunteer events. They are a very diverse company.
Systems Analyst / Desktop Tech (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 30, 2019
RBC has a great work environment as a typical fortune 500 company does. the work life balance was great and theres potential for promotion within. there were some stern requirements but they were understandable, depending on the manager
Stock Loan Associate (Former Employee) – One Liberty Plaza – January 20, 2019
My hours were 7 to 3pm . My co=workers were very nice we all got along and although none of us are there we still keep in touch. My supervisor and Manager were the best . They were fair and made sure we were all cross trained so that when ever vacation time came we were all qualified to fill in.
Everyone in the entire firm was unified. Each employee from top down collectively worked towards the firm's common goal. People come to work there and never leave because of the culture and great work. Amazing company, prides themselves on culture, and is making leaps and bounds against competitors in the Wealth Management, Financial Services, and Capital Markets industries.
Customer Service Manager/Teller (Former Employee) – Cary, NC – January 9, 2019
I kept a tally of the number of times per day that I was cursed out and/or yelled at for doing my job. For each merger, customers took their frustrations out on the front line. However, very little to no assistance was given by upper management.
The culture was very competitive and basically didn't entertain low performers. The hardest part of the job was firing employees. The most enjoyable times were spent helping customers realize their dreams of homeownership, sending a child to college, and/or saving for retirement.
Special Projects, Mergers and Acquisitions Analyst (Former Employee) – Raleigh, NC – January 7, 2019
RBC Bank was a great place to work. This was a company that you could see yourself staying at for the long haul. It was unfortunate that RBC Bank was sold and most people went their separate ways. This company felt like family. .