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  • Robert
    April 10, 2013 - 08:24

    The message I read here and relating stories is that RBC (and all the other banks) do not need Canadian employees. Good for them.....I guess that means they don't need our money either so we should all find a local credit union to facilitate our banking needs.

  • Jack
    April 10, 2013 - 06:37

    Obviously, it clear to me that every single Canadian base company should do their research on "Agency Law" as well as the "Agency Triangle" (Principal, Agent, and Third Party). Since the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) contracted out iGATE to perform their Information Technology services, RBC is technically responsible for iGATE's business practices including hiring foreign workers. That's due to a fact that under Canadian law, the "Principal", which is RBC, are responsible for the actions of the "Agent", which is iGATE. In other words, RBC are just as guilty of using temporary foreign workers as iGATE.

  • Honest Answer
    April 09, 2013 - 21:29

    Isn't outsourcing contracting to an INDEPENDENT company to provide services? And you have to train their employees to do the job!!!!!!

  • enough yet?
    April 09, 2013 - 15:13

    they can defend and deny all they want. i have received phone calls from people representing RBC and their english is so bad that i could not understand them. i have brought this to the attention of RBC on a number of occassions over the years. we are being sold to the lowest bidder. if thats what we want and we're ok with it then our children will have to deal with the consequences.