Manager, Customer Service (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 22 June 2017
The salary is laughable, compared to other markets (managing Service personnel) banks pay very little. And after working for them for over 15 years - there is no loyalty of the side of the bank - you will be tossed out on your wazoo. The hours were very long, expectations extremely high, and depending on who the branch manager was - mainly you were expected to be at work from 8:00 - 19:00 but get paid only for 7.5 hours. Expectations and amount of work for 1 individual were staggering. If all other businesses burn to the ground and only banks remain on this planet - only then will I consider working for one. Overall - Pay = terrible, expectations and workload = extremely high, recognition for work well done etc = non-existent.
Executive Assistant and Mortgage Officer (Former Employee) – Pembroke, ON – 22 June 2017
very interesting work ... meeting new people each day .... I worked in Commercial Credit, Administration, Mortages and Executive Asst to Managers. A daily challenge which was always something to look forward too ....
Financial Advisor (Current Employee) – St. John's, NL – 21 June 2017
A typical day as a Financial Advisor includes meeting with clients face to face and provide them with financial advise based on their daily banking, borrowing, investment and estate needs. I have had the pleasure of learning an abundance of useful financial planning information that I will be able to take forward in my personal and professional journey. I particularly enjoy being able to work together with clients to better their current financial situation while being able to invest in my own education that provides me with the knowledge to help others now and in the future.
Productive, fun place to work. Great people looking to change the industry with innovative ideas.
Project Coordinator (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 June 2017
High performing individuals looking to push the culture of banking forward into the new age. Constantly striving to improve quality and operations while breaking new grounds in the advancements of technology.
Compensation does not compare to other places for the same role.
Customer Relation Officer in collections (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 18 June 2017
very interesting and productive environment, every body was help full, Strong team work, gender equity and equality. supervisor and management team is very helpful and cooperative. I learned about Scotia bank business, code of conduct, professional customer service, collection methods and regulations, dealing with customers .The most enjoyable part is every body is cooperative and as well as bank provided entertainment faculties for employees.