Current and former employees report that RBC provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘RBC offers the standard sick pay benefit’
‘It was offered but wasn't easy. If you didn't have a laptop it was difficult to connect to the portal. It wasn't a culture at the time of encouraging people to work from home; it was mainly for working mothers and far commuters. I understand WM encouraged it more. ’
‘very extensive and supportive programmes globally’
Very good . . .
Flexible work/life balance and generous pension
Strong pensions scheme Good lifestyle discounts scheme Good health insurance and health check policies Optional benefits such as cycle to work
Great perks overall at RBC
There are a lot of entry level roles at RBC in Information Technology. Are these really entry-level roles?? I have applied to Business Systems Analyst, junior Operational Support Engineer, and junior Application Support Analyst roles. I'd appreciate if someone from RBC could just refer me to the recruiter. TIA
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Mother has a decent nest egg ($3M) and lives in an extremely LCOL area. Currently manages money through RBC, however the fees are a gross operating expense of 0.36%. What do you all recommend? I’m not savvy enough to manage it myself however I know that fees can stack up and kill returns. Would appreciate any insight/advice/snark.
curious outsider: currently a sr manager at rbc. our range for sm for total comp is 85-130k. as i understand, most post mba consultants with 2-3 yoe usually exit to senior manager levels at big 5... isnt that a huge pay cut? does seem like an exit “opportunity”. first year post mba associate/consults already bring in 120-150... im actually of thinking of applying to consulting lol so im genuinely asking
Flexible benefits with plenty of choice - if capped out on pension offer matched savings scheme.
Generous Employer Pension contributions, share incentive, savings incentive, cycle to work, private medical
Excellent matched stock and pension options.
Comprehensive package, pension changed from final to defined whilst I worked there.
Good pensions match, good holiday allowance (extra 2 days after 2 years of service)
Private Health Care has a 20% contribution for the first £100