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If you were to leave Scotiabank, what would be the reason?

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No longer about the customer. Pay is no where comparable to the work you are expected to do. Tech is wildly out-dated and you have to use over 6 different platforms to open products that often 'go down'. There is also way to much to be focused on; calls, meetings, credit cards, pipeline, mortgages, mutual funds, investment statements, deposits, Insurance, primary banking, customer service, digital engagement, mappings, lobby ambassador, working on the front line when short staffed and I'm sure I am forgetting some. Working in the branch is by far the worst spot to be in Scotiabank. Also if you survive the WAVE... you deserve an award!

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Very poor management, Financial Advisors not well trained, lack of reasoning skills or ability to make a decision. Have to run to their manager for every decision. Unprofessional and terrible unprofessional dress code are we in an escort business or a a bank I couldn't tell.. stilettos and bra and cleavage showing? Come on how gross

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No job stability. Want to get more work hours.

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I retired from Scotiabank

Answered - Branch Manager (Former Employee) - Flower's Cove, NL

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I moved for the better oppourtunity.

Answered - Financial Advisor (Former Employee) - Regina, SK

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Salary terrible

Answered - Financial Advisor (Former Employee) - Manitoba

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Job culture

Answered - HR Global Consultant, HR Transformation (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Contract ended and was not offered full-time

Answered - Director Business Applications & Development (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Advancement

Answered - Executive Assistant and Mortgage Officer (Former Employee) - Pembroke, ON

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Better opportunity to advance my career while attaining more financial independence.

Answered - Project Coordinator (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON

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