The best is the tetirement plan
They pay average salary to a data engineer ranging from $80,000 to $115,000.
Well rounded benefit package as well as banking products
Comprehensive benefits package, flexibility to choose desired coverage. Great employee stock ownership program, great discounts for internal Scotiabank products. Highly recommended.
Overall a relatively solid benefits package, but has been scaled back significantly over past few years. On the plus side, the benefits package allows for flexible coverage that can save money when integrated with other spousal plans. The downside is that benefit credits are capped at a certain level, which likely makes them relatively less competitive for higher income earners (e.g. professional staff in capital markets and more senior management positions).
Excellent mental health coverage and wellbeing account for things like gym memberships
good pension for former employees, not so much for recent hires
Best: For health benefits, you have the ability to coordinate with spouse on the benefit selection and cash out the remaining balance. Worst: The maternity leave top up policy is not competitive (only 6 weeks top up).
Decent holidays and paid personal days. Usability will be highly dependent on manager.
The worst thing is that every few years they downgrade the pension and retirement benefits for all employees not grandfathered in.
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.