RBC is committed to ensuring that all employees are treated fairly and with respect and are not discriminated against in the workplace based on personal characteristics, such as race, gender, age, religion, sexual orientation, and physical capabilities. By adopting and supporting government compliance requirements, RBC is able to create a more representative, inclusive and productive work environment for all employees.
For more on RBC's employment equity progress and initiatives in Canada, access RBC's latest Employment Equity Report . (PDF)
Review our blueprint to find out more about our diversity priorities and objectives.
RBC’s diversity and inclusion initiatives are guided by the Diversity & Inclusion Blueprint 2020, which outlines enterprise priorities and objectives. Our progress to date is tracked in the 2012 - 2015 Diversity Blueprint Report Card.
Employees who identify as Visible Minorities, Persons with Disabilities and Aboriginal People within RBC have increased significantly since 1987. See the Employment Equity Report for details.