Customer Relations Coordinator (Former Employee) – St. Albert, AB – 17 October 2017
Great organization to work for with fair pay and benefits. Work environment losers friendships. Great opportunity for advancement. There is always something different everyday. Awesome if you enjoy a challenge.
Senior Credit Analyst - Canadian Markets (Current Employee) – Markham, Ontario – 13 October 2017
Productive place where both professional skills and leisure skills are recognized , however I work in Markham but live in Mississauga and work life balance is required noting it takes 4 hours in the day to commute to my job
EasyLine specialist (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 12 October 2017
Socializing atmosphere, food events, promotion always encouraged. Great for volunteering and doing good for community. Opportunity is always around the corner. Networking simply means get too friendly with manager and butter and jam your way in.
Sr. Project Manager (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 11 October 2017
TD is always going through transformations and has been doing this for several years. Seems like they can't get the right executive / lower level management teams aligned with their short/long term vision. Processes and tools are always changing to the point where a typical PM would use 2-3 tools, but @ TD you're using 6+. Processes change so often much of your time is spent figuring things out instead of getting work done.
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee) – Brampton, ON – 10 October 2017
The atmosphere and energy surrounding the branch was always great. The managers and staff made my transition easy and seamless. Best part of the job is the satisfaction of successfully serving a client.
Phone Channel Specialist (Current Employee) – Ottawa, ON – 10 October 2017
Only the top performers are appreciated or acknowledged. Everyone else is disposable. The job is incredibly sales oriented, high pressure and high volume. The bilingual role sucks because the pay "premium" does not reflect the amount of extra work that is done in comparison to the uni-lingual employees.
Customer Service Representative (CSR) (Current Employee) – Elmira, ON – 10 October 2017
Working in a TD branch, I have learned a lot. From being in different positions, Teller to Financial Adviser, you learn a lot of different aspects of the branch.This would include dealing with clients in different situations and different backgrounds, investment options and the way other institutions work. There is always room for growth as long as you are willing to push sales and credit products. From personal experience, you can get a lot of support. However, it does depend on what manager you are working for. Generally, most managers are very helpful and do whatever they can to help you succeed.
Decent benefits, room for growth
Large/excessive sales goals, Low pay in comparison to other insitutions
Executive Assistant, TD Direct Investing (Former Employee) – Toronto, ON – 10 October 2017
Fast paced and challenging, but with a great emphasis on work/life balance.
Having worked in two different areas within the organization, (from a behind-the-scenes department to a client-facing one) I was provided with the opportunity to collaborate with many different talented people. My position was rarely routine and while some days were more hectic than others, it was overall a great experience to be a part of the TD world.
Employee appreciation week
Sometimes a challenge to find an answer to an esoteric question, due to the size of the corporation
Customer Service Rep (Current Employee) – Kemptville, ON – 6 October 2017
good job for small town but no full time hours available dislike how often management turn over occurs, alot of promises made by one set of management and then new management would come in and changes were never implemented
Branch Manager (Current Employee) – Orillia, ON – 6 October 2017
I was Loyal to TD for 21 Years, just looking for change. It is a good company to work for. Their benefits and bonus structure are good. Their HR system is very lacking as this is an area where they cut back. The constant changes makes it difficult to keep employees happy in their roles as the pressures are often to much. They are supportive in times of need and look for ways to provide a good employee experience.
Financial Advisor (Former Employee) – Ontario – 29 September 2017
Worked for the company 5 years and was let go because my targets were raised so much by head office and unattainable. I worked hard and didn't get anything for it. I was offered pretty much the same position at a different branch for less money which I didn't feel was appropriate.
Good co-workers and in branch manager
Head office has extremely high expectations and doesn't know each branches