We strive to leverage the strengths, talents, similarities and differences of our workforce by eliminating barriers and developing people to their full potential.
Retaining and advancing women to leadership roles within RBC is a strategic business imperative that is at the very core of how we grow and manage our people's careers. Currently, women make up about one third of RBC's executives and senior managers and we remain committed to advancing more women into senior positions.
We provide tools and resources that can:
Once you become an employee, you'll have the opportunity to join one or more of our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs) where you can network with your peers. Please visit Employee Resource Groups for more information.
Are you considering a career in Capital Markets? RBC is a sponsor of Women in Capital Markets (WCM) , a non-profit organization whose mission is to promote the entry, advancement, and development of women in the Capital Markets industry. WCM members have the opportunity to participate in networking events and professional development activities as well as to share best practices with industry leaders from RBC and other organizations.
In February 2017, Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) signed the Women in Finance Charter to support the progression of women to senior roles and recognize the importance of gender equality across financial services organisations in the UK. The Charter reflects the UK Government’s aspiration to see gender balance at all levels across the financial services industry.The requirements of the Charter for signatories are as follows:
RBC has committed to an initial target of 25% of female representation at senior roles by 2020. This applies to all businesses and locations across the British Isles.
Diversity & Inclusion for innovation and growth is one of RBC’s core Values and sits at the heart of the firm’s culture. A culture of inclusion is vital to the continued success of RBC’s business and the leadership team is fully committed to driving equality for all employees regardless of gender, ethnicity, sexual orientation, disability or age.
As an Employer of Choice, RBC offers a variety of programs, policies and resources to help employees manage work/life responsibilities while meeting business objectives. We take a proactive approach to providing employees with opportunities for a flexible integration of work, personal and community responsibilities and activities.
A comprehensive array of programs and resources are available to respond to employees' diverse life and business needs. These may include: Dependant Care, Education Assistance, Flexible Work Arrangements and Training & Development.
Annually on March 8, RBC celebrates the achievements of women worldwide. While there are many large-scale initiatives, a rich and diverse blend of local activities connect women from all around the world - ranging from political rallies, business conferences, government activities and networking events through to local women's craft markets, theatrical performances, fashion parades and more.
RBC is a strong advocate of women entrepreneurs , executives, women in public life and those in community leadership. We are committed to advancing the cause of women both in our workplace and in the communities we serve.
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