TD Bank Employee Reviews in Canada

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Compliance Officer (Current Employee), Toronto, ONMay 4, 2016
Pros: Good benefits
Cons: Bad bosses
Enjoy working for TD, for the most part. Good benefits and vacation time. The pay is just ok. Not unlike most large institutions it falls prey to adjusting slowly to change or implementing technology solutions as fast as a smaller firms can and do.
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Productive
IT Business Analyst (Contract) (Former Employee), Toronto, ONApril 30, 2016
An excellent place to work, learning, self-development and career growth. Supportive management and fast paced and challenging work.
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it was great
Customer Relationship Coordinator - Maple (Former Employee), Maple, ONApril 26, 2016
it was a good expiriance working at TD for many years,different
location and fifferent client, good benefit and accomodating.
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Pretty good place
Customer Service Representative (Former Employee), Ottawa East, ONApril 25, 2016
Pros: Good health plan and overtime
The management was fair and there were opportunities for advancement. Like any other workplace, it had typical office politics and some bad managers with no education that did not know too much about the business and yet had a managerial job.
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Excellent carreer - a very desirable employer to work for
VICE PRESIDENT - MIS (Former Employee), TD Centre TorontoApril 22, 2016
Excellent employer - I had an outstanding career with consistent advancement opportunities and a chance to work in a variety of challenging positions. Morale was high and I worked in an atmosphere where transparency was sought after and office politics frowned upon. Senior management communicated effectively to staff - information cascaded up and down on a timely basis.

The hardest part of the job was having to decide for myself where I needed to focus much of my time - noone managed me on a day to day basis. This also made this aspect the most enjoyable because
i had the independence to opt for myself how to work most effectively, and do the right things to contribute to the success of my business unit.
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More cons than pros
Telephone Sales Rep (Current Employee), LondonApril 19, 2016
A typical day includes talking to 50+ customers over the phone, and most importantly, selling them things.

At the end of the day, it's NOT about the customer -- it's about how many customers you can help, in less time, while selling them products and services that generate profit for TD. Make no mistake -- if you cannot sell you will be harassed, micro-managed, and eventually fired. This was never a problem for me, just to let you know. If you can sell, you can do anything you want.

I feel sorry for management, I can see how stressed they are with recent pressures and shakeups. Then they take that stress out on the employees. They seem to be wondering if they'll be the ones to be fired next.

I knew many managers who had 15+ years of experience and were FIRED during the shakeup, without a blink of an eye from upper management.

New "lean" leadership has crippled the employee culture.

PROS:
-Great co-workers.
-Love the customers.
-Love the pay and benefits.
-Very flexible work schedule.
-Great experience.
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training needs more time
Service officer (Former Employee), Mississauga, ONApril 19, 2016
Pros: ???
Cons: unfair treatment to staff
not satisfied how td treats their contract staff,
would not recommend this employer to anyone.
Management is unfair to time limit on training,
staff looks depressed in their positions,
underpaid for over worked.
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Excellent place to work
Automation Team Manager (Current Employee), Toronto, ONApril 18, 2016
Pros: Work Life Balance
Cons: Pay scale
Relaxed work culture with good work life balance
Excellent team and co-workers
Good Leadership Team
Learnt better Vendor Management
Handling Global team
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Its good
IT Specialist (Current Employee), Toronto, ONApril 13, 2016
Pros: good medical plans
Lot of work with lot of process which you need to follow. so many gates which you need to pass.Also it depends upon your manager under whom you are working on.
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Excellent people and culture with challenging project work
Managing Enterprise Architect (Current Employee), Toronto, ONApril 12, 2016
Pros: Culture, work-life balance, challenge
Cons: Very difficult to make executive ranks
The culture at TD is excellent with a fantastic work/life balance. There are a myriad of opportunities across the different areas which can give a person all the variety and challenge they want - particularly at more junior levels.
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Mcs (Current Employee), Winnipeg, MBApril 12, 2016
I have had a long and eventful career with td bank. unfortunately TD bank does not offer much advancement in the winnipeg area
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Has become very stressful place to work.
Personal Banker/Financial Services Representative (Former Employee), North Vancouver, BCApril 12, 2016
Branch opening procedures with only one junior staff member. Only the two of us to run the branch for sometimes 3 hrs. before next staff scheduled to arrive. Then move to one's own office to face the day of client appointments and huge pile of pending work & admin. paperwork. One has to learn very quickly to prioritize in order to handle the workload now the norm in the Bank...with ever-increasing shortage of staff. Co-workers, were in general, great to interact with. Management now, is quite inexperienced for the role, in my opinion. The hardest part of the job now would be trying not to portray to clients the stress level that the majority of employees are working under. The most enjoyable part of the job was always being able to help the clients with their requests & interacting with them.
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team wrok
Assist customers (Current Employee), north vancouverApril 7, 2016
Pros: full benefit
Cons: long hour open 7 days a week 8-8
customer service with legendry experience, team work in a healthy environment that everyone have one common goal " customer satisfaction "
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Great people, lots of opportunities
Finance Analyst, Corporate (Current Employee), Toronto, ONApril 6, 2016
Flexible schedule, great culture and atmosphere, lots of opportunities to learn and advance within. Talent pool is refreshed every couple of years through restructuring.
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Td
TD Insurance Claims Analyst (Former Employee), Toronto, ONApril 4, 2016
TD is a great place to work one of the best places ive worked so far it is a very fun and accommodating environment and excellent for growth and learning
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Great Company Amazing Organization
Mutual Fund Representative (Current Employee), Markham, ONApril 4, 2016
-understanding the type of procedures can be done at phone channel
-appreciate how much customers prefer doing transactions over the phone rather than the branch
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Good Place to work.
Branch Manager (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 26, 2016
Pros: Good Training and advancement.
Cons: Often had to report to too many different Head Office Managers.
Excellent training. Worked in several branches with a lot of great people.

A place where you could advance at a reasonable pace.

I enjoyed working with the clients, whether it was opening a new account, making a new investment or applying for a loan or mortgage.

It was always rewarding to see a satisfied client.
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Productive with air hockey and a pool table and tvs
Legal Demands Support Officer (Former Employee), Mississauga, ONMarch 24, 2016
Pros: Excelent Benefits, good pay
Cons: could be long hours when RRSP season
Printing all reports. Puttng a freeze on the customers bank account so they could not take all their money ot of their account. Take the payment out of their account. Make up a draft for the amount that we took out of thier account.
Sending draft to the Government.
NCL as an department that worked on behalf of the government. Providing payments for Child support, Land taxes, any money that the customer owed the government.
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Fantastic Company and Team
Portfolio, Team and Project Management (Former Employee), Mississauga, ONMarch 23, 2016
Pros: Flexability & Mentoring
TD's Service Quality department absolutely a fantastic team to lean and develop Six Sigma Skills. The leadership is dedicated and the project exposure is very relevant to the skills learned.
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Good company - great experience
Associate Vice President (Former Employee), Toronto, ONMarch 21, 2016
Pros: Great experience
Cons: Work/life balance a little tilted
Everyone should spend time in the retail bank - it provides you with great insights and allows you to learn / reinforce / demonstrate core employment skills that you will use throughout your career. Teamwork, working with the public, decision making, work ethic, sales and developing a culture just to name a few.

Banking is changing so you must be a change leader or be very adaptable to change to succeed in a financial institution.
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