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TD Insurance Advisor yearly salaries in Canada

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Salary estimated from 101 employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.Last updated: August 26, 2021

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  1. Markham, ON
    Your call center and/or personal lines insurance experience would be an asset. You have a minimum of 2 years customer service/sales/ call center and or personal…
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  2. Halifax, NS
    Your call centre and/or personal lines insurance experience would be an asset. Leader led two week licensing course to prepare for the mandatory professional…
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  3. Saint John, NB
    You'll support customers and internal/external partners with a variety of financial services through inbound and outbound calls, and digital channels.
    30+ days ago
  4. Dieppe, NB
    You'll support customers and internal/external partners with a variety of financial services through inbound and outbound calls, and digital channels.
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productive and fun workplace
if you're a person that likes to help customers and do it 0ver the phone this is the place to do it. the benefits are great and salary if very good. also a lot of room to move up within TD Bank
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Horrible
Not sure where to start. They have been hiring a lot in Moncton (in waves). Almost all the people I trained with are gone, some went on stress leave within 3 months. Micro-management, they will scare you to try and make you compliant (you can go to jail if...), they track every minutes of your shift. Very toxic environment. They won’t tell you this but all off phone duties have to be done in your personal time without pay. Waiting time for customers was 3-4 hours when I started. A joke. So they were all angry. If you are bilingual, they will push you into the Quebec licensing right after training which is crazy. I’m just speechless about my experience. I’m a very positive person with a good attitude, but this was too much. I was there for less than 5 months and had to go to a therapist for help. I couldn’t sleep or eat anymore. They have a new system and an old one so you have to learn to work with the two. They don’t work properly, the phone systems don’t work properly either. They are very under staffed because everybody is leaving. Not a good start in Moncton for them at all. If at all if, you consider working there, wait two years for covid to be over (hopefully) and for the old system to be gone and other systems to be fixed.
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Long hours, bad management, very high pressure
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High Turnover, Incompetent Managers, Toxic Politics | Stay Away.
TD is a great company; it genuinely cares about its employees experience and does its absolute best to ensure the experience is not tarnished. The decision and negligence of incompetent leaders within an organization are not what I use to determine what makes a great company. In this case, at TDI leaders foster a negative employee experience through indirect belittlement, lack of recognition, and favoritism. I've seen employees walk out, and never return. we've had employees send team wide emails upon their departure and outline all the issues within the leadership team (nothing changed). We've had new hires within 90 days into the role face mental stress and frantically look for external/internal opportunities to leave the company or environment. I've had people tell me because of the negative atmosphere and no positive career development that they do not feel fulfilled in their roles at TDI McNabb (Markham Office). People are supposed to be coming into work and leaving with a feeling that they've invested their time. Our leadership team has built such a toxic environment you walk away from every shift feeling like you wasted 8 hours of your time and all your accomplishments throughout the day were to no avail. It is a very controlled environment, every second of your shift is accounted for and tracked. Your washroom breaks, your personal breaks be it for emergency, personal care, hygiene, even the time you leave your desk to fill your mug up with some tea or coffee is tracked and used to penalize you through the several metrics assigned to each advisor. If you arrive - 
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Free food on some busy days that management hands out as they have no other productive work to do
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Low salary, high stress, repetitive work, long hours, no leadership, no career development, very controlled - no autonomy, belittlement through coaching and within the office
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Average TD Insurance Advisor yearly pay in Canada is approximately $47,156, which meets the national average.
Salary information comes from 125 data points collected directly from employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed in the past 36 months.
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