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TD Bank Employee Reviews in Toronto, ON
Toronto, ON1,301 reviews
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TD Bank is one of the biggest charter bank in Canada with around 80,000.00 employees which include US and Canada employees altogether. It is a good place to learn and achieve your career as you will have a lot of opportunity in different department.
Many opportunity, many process to learn such as structure and management development etc.
Need eager to learn and you may upgrade your from time to time
I have worked in the TD Bank Group for almost 3 years. Of the 3 years. 1.5 years in contractor capacity and the remaining half as permanent full time. The department I worked for Chief Accountant department. The entire department as a whole has lots of mature professionals who are willing to help each other and help people in need. My Manager in particular is a gem of all and I'm very much indebted and blessed to work directly under him. I feel everyone should have an opportunity to work under people like him at least once in their lifetime because you come across gems like these very rarely. There is ample to learn at every step with proper guidance and care. Not just my Manager, the team under him were same as him. I also had an opportunity to work with other departments closely and each of them whom I worked has added value in my learning. This is one of the best experiences that I'll remember for a long time to come.
Learning, guidance, fun, active, constructive feedbacks
The new Management in Moncton is unbiased.
TD was a learning experience In many aspects of my professional life, I learnt many things that I will use moving forward, however there are a few things that the company can work on in relation to compensation and work load Management
Certain branches do not have staff to handle client demands
I worked on the Risk Management side if Enterprise Protect. The people were awful, everyone out for themselves. Management was even worse. They also started hiring a lot more in the US, which is a different work culture. Very few women in senior positions.
Depending on where you work the staff can be amazing or not so much. I was lucky to have such great coworkers that always help. The pay is great and staff benefits are good. It’s a stressful environment dealing with peoples money and you get a lot of angry people on the daily.
They sometimes promote the workers that have limited knowledge-ability of the work required and keep the competent and good performers in their roles. A lot of politics and favoritism involved.
Benefits, accommodations, flexibility with schedules
Pay, promotions, favoritism
Beware, tread lightly, customers are always right culture here at this bank. If you have personal problems, you'll need to fix them on your own since management won't care about you, even if its caused by something at work, and in turn, affecting your performance.
I felt like TD was a great grounds for professional development. My superiors were focused on job design to fill in holes in myself as well as their own.