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Which benefits does RBC provide?
Current and former employees report that RBC provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
Insurance, Health & Wellness
Employee Benefit Reviews
Showing 1–10 of 228 comments
- Health Insurance(54 comments)
“It is decent enough but not anything special”
- Vacation & Paid Time Off(24 comments)
“typically 25 days of PTO”
- 401K Plan(20 comments)
“simple matching plan, nothing special”
401k + paid time off
Active employee’s receive 401k Match
Everything is proper in RBC
Health Insurance through Blue Cross Blue Shield offers a complete family PPO
What people are saying about RBC
a year ago
I am joining RBC in first week of January as director. But I have another interview lined up in January with another team at RBC for senior manager. My preferred role is senior manager because it aligns more with my career goals. Can I join in first week of January and move to another team in few weeks if offered a role, considering it will be a demotion? Im fine with demotion but is it allowed? Can’t ask recruiter/HM because they are on vacation and I need to decide if I am joining in January.
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Really great benefits package. 401k match was top notch.
Overall great employee benefits. 401k and time off.
Health insurance is just ok
The company offers really good health and dental insurance.
Pretty standard benefits. Cost keeps going up year on year, but that is the issue with healthcare as a whole
Good benefits as far as medical/dental/vision, in-line with many larger corporations, as well as 401(k) matching. Division allowed hybrid work (3 days in office/2 days from home) if possible. Because we were not based in Canada where the company has the strongest presence, there were fewer perks.