Manager,Financial Reporting in Dieppe, NB
Diverse, Inclusive, challenging, satisfying, fun, employee appreciationTD is a great place to build a fulfilling and satisfying career. Work is challenging at peak periods but there is encouragement by management to use off peak periods to go on leave and recharge. Paid time off are given in addition to paid overtime for employee appreciation. Process improvement is priority and employee feedback are used to build a great employee experience.
Financial Advisor in Toronto, ON
Financial Advisor, overall decent company, but really depends on who your manager is. Had been with TD for 4 years. Overall, a lot of advancement and career development opportunities. However, the pay is very not competitive, especially for the branch positions. Also, the kind of experience you get depends a lot on who your manager is. For the first 3 years of my time in TD, I had great managers. Mangers who care about me. However, in my 4th year, my manager was just terrible.
Financial Planner in Toronto, ON
Much of my clientele were essential workers without a lot to invest. TD could have been much better. There were unrealistic sales quotas and measurement against areas with wealthier clientele. Sales pressure was unending. While TD is a great company, my experience wasn't a great one.
Everyday Banking Specialist (Easyline) in Moncton, NB
Productive and fun to work at TDI love working at TD. The management and my teammates are awesome. Working with TD has been a great blessing to me. I have the support of the Team Manager and Teammates as well.
Customer Experience Associate in London, ON
Very stressful, management always on your case if you do not sign up enough customers on products, back to back calls. Td never has enough people hired, customers in ques that are waiting is normally 1000 or more. Always listening to your calls, different departments managers instead of helping like to put bad comments in about you just to make themselves look good. There is a lot of passing the problems with customers onto the wrong departments.