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Average Salary For Executive Assistant at BMO - Bank of Montreal

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Updated: 20 Dec 2014
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Executive Assistant at BMO - Bank of Montreal Average Salary (?
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C$42,897 - C$80,676
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MEDIAN: C$54,553
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Compare Employers: Executive Assistant at BMO - Bank of Montreal

BMO - Bank of Montreal Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC) The Investors Group
Compensation
Salary
C$41,005 - C$71,044
C$41,185 - C$70,527
C$31,319 - C$46,781
Bonus
C$1,534 - C$11,933
C$1,645 - C$87,863
C$820 - C$101,490
Total Pay
C$42,897 - C$80,676
C$42,428 - C$78,502
C$31,638 - C$47,434
     
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Typical Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental Benefits Healthcare BenefitsDental BenefitsVision Benefits Dental Benefits
Vacation Weeks unavailable unavailable 2.9 Weeks
Gender Breakdown
5 reporting
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8 reporting
100%
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18 reporting
100%
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Years Experience Breakdown
20+
5-9
20+
1-4
5-9
Popular Perks Stock purchase plan Life insurance / disability, Stock purchase plan, Defined contribution (DC) retirement plan Paid sick leave, Paid holidays & vacation, Flexible schedule

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