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

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  • Pay increase would be the first thing. No increase for the bank when minimum wage went up.
    Continue to minimize the "knife in the back/I MUST BE #1", competitive culture. Great strides have been made recently but more needs to be done.

    Train branch reps. They are drowning. A duo tang thrown at them doesn't cut it.

  • Treat employees as people. Promote people who do well and have education. Lower the sales metrics and improve customer experience. Increase pay.

  • Stop being so evil all of the time. Increase profit sharing and community investment. Be a force of good, instead of not. Train your staff to actually care about people instead of solely sales revenue. Do better.

  • Train their branch managers

  • I would encourage them to listen to the people that work for the organization and the feedback being provided

  • Salary upgrade

  • Allow for easier internal recruitment, and please, value employees with degrees in a quantitative discipline (IT/Computer Science/Finance/Economics ..etc) rather than promoting people with fine arts degrees into top finance/treasury/investment positions.

  • Take care of your staff.

  • Put employees first

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