No structure or support for the Mortgage Development Manager Position
Mortgage Development Manager (Former Employee) – Eastern Ontario – 3 July 2013
National Bank is developing a revolving door for their Mortgage Development Manager position. There is little training, no support from Management to resolve issues, poor equipment, and non-competitive compensation. I would recommend you look to a more established financial institution to avoid the daily problems at National Bank.
Friendly, relaxed atmosphere in the Branch.
Frequent equipment failures, conflicting lending guidelines and policies, low compensation, claw backs in the compensation program
sales (Current Employee) – montreal – 7 February 2017
The schedule is very flexible, salary is ok, but big cuts in our benefits in the last years causing my gross salary to decline by 10,000$ minimum. great product for the clientele, but no new additions in a long time, no infrastructure and very VERY low tech creating issues with sales objectives and client service
Productive high energy environment with exposure to different opportunities.
Senior Clerk (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 1 February 2017
This is a thriving company were you can work from any office in Toronto and the main department could be in another Province. The management team is great to work with. The Hardest part of my job is long hour and work life balance for team members with younger children. The best part of my job is closing the deal, providing exceptional customer Service and the support from my co-workers.
Coordinator (Current Employee) – Montréal, QC – 26 August 2016
Overall good employer, good salary, good benefits. Good work environment. I don't have much more to say, it was pleasant working there but I don't want to work in Montreal anymore and jobs on the south shore are rare.
Financial Advisor (Current Employee) – Quebec City, QC – 18 February 2017
The crazy objectives make this a sales job and not an advisory job. We are barely asked to analyse customer needs, we simply throw products down their throats to reach our sales objectives. This job requires a lot of organization and dedication. The bonus can be really interesting but you need to put in the extra work. which means staying late and coming in on weekends to stay on top of things.
Front Line Advisor/Customer Service Representative (Current Employee) – Brampton, ON – 2 June 2016
I love working at the National Bank, one of the main thing about working here is that everything is manual that way you are learning much more rather than just punching numbers. I have learned alot from this work experience in terms of customer service and doing it right the first time. Management and co-workers are very friendly and motivated in terms of sales and being diverse. The most hardest part of this job is since there are not many branches in Ontario it is very hard to grow within the organization.