Considered employees happiness and work life balance
Client Account Level II Analyst (Former Employee) – Peterborough, ON – 16 October 2017
Policy holder accounting. Used excel, word. Assisted with training manuals and training. Most enjoyable part of the job were the people we worked with. Hardest part of the job was being watched/rated on everything you did.
I was employed with TD for 16 years, the company has great benefits and is a great company to work for giving the employees the opportunity for advancement as well as to take part in special projects, they have a great training program as well as ongoing education in the Insurance Industry.
Claims Analyst (Current Employee) – Calgary, AB – 16 September 2017
I have been working at TD for several years and the business is always changing, which is great because our clients needs and wants are always changing. This keeps us on our toes and its good to have the support of the team and managers when working through these things with us.
Risk Event Management Clerk (Former Employee) – Saint John, NB – 23 June 2017
I worked as a contractor on a term so I did not have benefits, sick days or vacation days. It is a good atmosphere and they do treat you well, even if you are a contractor.
A typical day included corrections on accounts (mainly data entry). I learned about many aspects of car insurance. The company is very diverse and there are many different groups and clubs to be associated with.
The hardest part of my job would be the hours. I had a 3pm-11pm shift which meant I was away from my family more than I liked, especially because my son has Asbergers.
My favorite part of my job would be my team. My team manager was an incredible person and my co-workers were all friendly and helpful.
New Business Sales Analyst, (Level 2) (Former Employee) – Toronto, Canada – 20 June 2017
I would take a position with TD Insurance again here in US. I started my insurance career with TD and have never regretted it. The best employer of all time. Staffs are well paid. Balanced work and family life.
Almost all the software team are consultants. Management runs the software group like it's a banking operation with focus on important issues like getting your time sheet in on time and checking your hours (Link is used to track time away from your desk). Overall not a very challenging place to work and little room for advancement or influencing culture change. Not a long term gig (but most working there know it)
Workload is light
Management is there to protect themselves, not their employees.
Analyst (Current Employee) – Markham, ON – 12 May 2017
TD is a great company to work for. They do a lot for the employees to make the work day more enjoyable. My team especially is amazing to be a part of. My only critiques is that at times they can over manage their employees and not give us enough authority and also it can be very difficult to advance in the company. You have to be under the right management to get advanced. Certain managers help you advance quicker and other managers make you go through many obstacles before they will recommend advancement.