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Employé actuel - Senior Business Systems Analyst - Toronto, ON
Employé actuel - Senior Business Systems Analyst - Toronto, ON
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Je travaille chez RBC à plein temps (Plus de 10 ans)

Avantages

RBC is one of Canada's top employers. As an organisation they value diversity and inclusion and provide a flexible and rewarding workplace.

Inconvénients

In can be long days communicating in and out of the City of Toronto. It can be draining and can have an impact on your work / life balance at times.

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    Avantages

    Nice place to work. Good working Culture

    Inconvénients

    Management can be better in some departments


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    « Assistant Branch Manager »

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    Avantages

    > Great benefits
    > relate to company values and vision
    > Employee resource groups which allow employees to part of something bigger and make a difference
    > Some great people that I worked with

    Inconvénients

    > salary is low considering the work load
    > Bad leadership on the regional/branch levels - managers are not vetted properly before being promoted which leads to a negative branch environment
    > Hard to be promoted - blatant favouritism
    > Role is not based on your strengths but you have to work through several different roles before you are able to work in the area that you want - takes too long and lowers employee engagement

    Conseils à la direction

    Promote/ place people based on their strengths versus forcing people to follow a role hierarchy (which is not the message shared from senior leaders however, still practices by regional leaders). Don't be intimated by your team but embrace and encourage their strengths so RBC can continue to grow and be a top innovator in it's industry.

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