The advancement and dedication of employees helps RBC pursue and achieve diversity goals. RBC Employee Resource Groups help bring together employees from a shared background and gives them a resource to help them develop both personally and professionally.
Within an Employee Resource Group, employees may provide and have access to peer support and recruitment opportunities through mentoring, coaching or networking initiatives while promoting avenues for education and awareness for other employees.
These groups are inclusive, cross-business and self-coordinating organizations for employees. Some have been around since the mid-1990s.
Today active groups include:
RWomen seeks to encourage networking within RBC Capital Markets, communicate Women in Capital Markets industry events and initiatives, and foster the development and career aspirations of women within RBC Capital Markets.
MOSAIC's mission is to help foster an inclusive culture by enabling the success of visible minorities and newcomers to Canada within RBC. The ERG provides peer support through networking, mentoring and coaching; promotes education and awareness; and supports employee engagement and retention.
The mission of PRIDE is to contribute to creating a positive, inclusive and sustainable work environment for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees in order to promote full and unencumbered contribution to RBC, and enhance employee engagement and retention.
REACH's mission is to eliminate the stereotypes and stigma associated with people with disabilities and to drive engagement and performance through awareness, education, coaching and accommodation. The ERG aims to support and enable employees to fully contribute and reach their full potential in the workplace.
Royal Eagles is an employee fellowship of both Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal employees who work together to raise awareness and support Aboriginal culture throughout RBC. Royal Eagles provides a support system for RBC employees and acts as a liaison between the bank, its employees and the Aboriginal community.
All women financial advisors and women branch directors in the Private Client Group are automatically members of the WAFA. The WAFA supports its members with a wide range of information, events and programs. The group's mission is to recruit, retain, and enhance the productivity of women financial advisors and branch directors.
RWomen supports its members with a wide range of opportunities to network and further their own development and involvement with diverse communities.
MEA's mission is to enhance the performance of RBC Wealth Management by promoting an environment that recognizes the multicultural interests of the firm's employees and clients, embraces inclusion of employees from all walks of life and encourages the firm to establish relationships with diverse communities.
This group recognizes the multicultural interests of the firm's employees and clients and embraces inclusion of employees from all regions across the globe.
In addition to welcoming and supporting gay and lesbian employees, GLADE works to increase awareness within RBC and to help employees achieve their goals.
This group includes the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) communities as well as non-LGBT allies who support the LGBT community and/or have business associates, clients, colleagues, friends and family members in the LGBT community.
i-CARE champions the needs of working caregivers such as experienced, new or expecting parents, or those caring for elderly, sick or disabled relatives. i-CARE aims to improve the work and family lives of caregivers by sharing experience and knowledge, bringing in outside expertise and providing a voice for caregivers.
The RBC Globe Network is a support and networking group for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) employees in the UK and Channel Islands and is one part of RBC's commitment to develop an inclusive and open workplace.
Review our blueprint to find out more about our diversity priorities and objectives.