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TD is like a banking academy. You learn from them from 2 to 4 years and move to other banks more relaxed duties. I still recommend it even it's hard working but it's compensated
Once in a while we go for supper
TD promotes growth opportunities and challenges you to think of what’s next. There are many opportunities available through the internal job portal. This provides the confidence to the employees that they can grow within the company.
Can be goal oriented
The culture at TD is driven by numbers and sales quotas. You need to be prepared to work aggressively to exceed your sales targets if you want to flourish in the role. You will compete with your co-workers and be required to participate in regular coaching sessions. If you enjoy always having a task to do, working with people, and do not mind the pressure of sales targets this role is a good fit. Unfortunately, the beginning pay for this role is low.
Metrics can be difficult for many. There is a lot of pressure to sell and cross-sell constantly. Day time hours are difficult to come by for new hires. Management are friendly as long as you meet metrics. They can be very harsh if you do not. A credit check and criminal record check were required. Salary and benefits packages are exceptional. TD Canada Trust is an LGBTQ2+ friendly environment as well as an equal opportunity employer. Community events can be fun.
Excellent rate of pay
High level of pressure to meet sales targets
very competitive, short of people, managers are busy. they dont have time for you, nor they have time to discuss your career development. They just give out goals, Top management dont care if the goals are achievable or not. Pushing people for sales, involves no real financial advice. No work life balance. Dont go there if you have a family. May be good for bachelors but that too with lot of pressure.
simply bad management ..The worst job I've ever had by far. The center is very nice, but that about it when it comes to the pros. This fake culture of positivism / and we're here for you - is so glaringly apparent. The second you slip up, you're punished with "guides and tools and steps" for your betterment. A.k.a do this or your out. A complete lack of empathy. My dad had passed away and i wasn't as enthusiastic during training - they put a note beside me to get out of class and go see the manager. I said i was going through a hard time - and i was answered everyone goes through hard times. They wanted me to create 3 steps on how to smile more and be more proactive in class!! How much lack of empathy can you have!!! So appalled. The management is toxic. Toxic. Several left during training, not bc of the job but because of the managers
We were put on phones to take calls second day of training.not knowing what we are doing we kept putting clients on hold too many time to get help from 3 floor support.their targets were vary hard to meet .managment team were just pushing people to meet targets instead of coaching them.after training from a class of 30 we were 4 ppl left
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Great place to work where you have many opportunities for career development. Overall company restructuring has caused many issues and should of been addressed before implementing.
no one understands whats happening
Best coworkers and team i've been part of so far. Advancing up is solely based on connections however. My transition between customer experience associate and FSR was not good. Basically thrown into the position with little knowledge of role and expected to give people financial advice.