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What would you suggest Scotiabank management do to prevent others from leaving?

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  • Treat everyone fairly, pay better and don't burn out your people. Don't under utilize and overwork your employees. Provide better training so new contract workers don't have to train other new employees when they are still learning. Also favoritism is very real at Scotiabank. If they like you, you go far...even without experience.

  • J ai une entière confiance à cette entreprise avec laquelle j ai beaucoup travaillée en tant que Directeur financier depuis de nombreuses années, et les négociations se sont toujours bien terminé ! Vraiment une entreprise à l'écoute de nos besoins !

  • Treat everyone equally and stop favouring others

  • Simple. Take care of your employees. They are the one running the business. Your performance review is not the greatest at all. no one is allowed to get a exceed expectation? Really?

  • In this fast-paced, agile environment where changes occur frequently, the bank definitely needs to provide better training to better focus on the customer. The integrity of the bank is negatively affected by numerous system issues and workarounds that occur on a daily basis, putting employees in stressful situations with customers. The annual objectives need to be more realistic and attainable, especially financial objectives.

  • Motivate the employees to put their efforts for maximum output along with effective training to satisfy the customers

  • Offer more opportunities for employees with seniority to be placed when departments are going through re-org.

  • Please refer to the next answer, which is self explanatory.

  • Treat people like human beings instead of robots. Offer better training to managers. Have a better system of promotion by promoting the right types of people into management positions. Update computers and software. Offer ergonomic stations to all staff. Better pay and benefits.

  • More competitive pay and benefits.

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