Great workplace with opportunities for advancement
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) – Peace River, AB – 16 January 2017
My coworkers were a pleasure to be around, very helpful. The environment was very comfortable, and the opportunity to meet different characters everyday made the job even more interesting. There were a barrage of opportunities for higher advancement and acquiring different licenses.
It was a nice place to start to work fulltime. Opportunities are always available.
Senior Processing Mail Clerk (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 19 November 2016
I started to work at Scotiabank right after I landed in Canada in 1996. I was given the opportunity to advance. There was always careers available for grabs. My life started to get better as yeats go by.
Strong franchise with great opportunity to add value in your role
Director - Financial Planning & Analysis (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 November 2016
The best part of the job is that I feel that I am a trusted adviser to senior management, providing valuable insights and analytics around the business utilizing your financial analysis and reporting skill.
Playing a key role as part of the decision support is challenging and rewarding at the same time.
It is definitely a place for someone who thrives on challenge.
Support and Administration (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 16 November 2016
Enjoyed working with this wonderful company, best experience with colleagues and Management for 18 yrs. Empathy & professionalism and good benefits. Due to family matters, moved from Toronto. Recommend Scotiabank to anyone.
Administrator Officer (Current Employee) – Mississauga, ON – 12 November 2016
Having to be part of an amazing company for 2+ years, was very enjoyable. In my time I've learnt so much, from experience, work life, to meeting new people of all sorts. The most enjoyable company I've ever worked for!.
Investment Sales and Service Specialist (Current Employee) – Toronto, ON – 9 November 2016
Ability to have open door policy with management. Continuous coaching. Work life balance. Room to learn new disciplines and skills.-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
MANAGER, CONTACT CENTRE (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 8 November 2016
Unfortunately, since Scotiabank obtained the new President, the culture, the environment, the employee focus, changed and is no longer important, job security does not exist and employee advancement not longer exist.
Lots of favouritism within branches! It's all about the sales and not the client. Hefty sales targets! Stressful working atmosphere! Minimal support system! Expectation for deals and selling is quite unrealistic.
Pay is mediocre, all about sales and pushing management up the ladder