At TD, we invest in our employees by providing opportunities for advancement, competitive salaries, incentive programs and an excellent benefits package.
When you join the Bank, you join a culture of support. Our benefits, retirement and savings plans are an important part of offering our people benefits and security, enabling them to be their best – inside and outside of work.
We know that balancing the needs of work and home can be incredibly challenging. We also recognize how important finding the right balance is for our employees. That’s why we strive to provide our employees with a variety of work options to suit their lifestyle needs today, tomorrow and in the future. Because life doesn’t stand still, we offer flexible working options to help you manage the critical roles you play in your personal life as well as your professional one.
Good Medical Package as standard
Pension plan, Employee ownership and Health Insurance is good. time off is 3 weeks. no limit for call sick.
decent benefit package for both part time and full time employees. with very low salary and very little career advancement
Solid company. A little bit behind in terms of other banks, but gave me a great opportunity to learn and grow out of university
Overall good benefits. Dental, health, wellness spending. Unlimited Sick days, 5 personal days
no benefits to contracted employees
Benefits can be highly customized between dental and medical and other misc.
Great health and dental benefits plan.
For contractors, there is nothing available
Manulife makes it difficult for claims to be approved. Doctors are constantly complaining about the forms required by this particular company over all other insurance providers. Just 7 days to be completed before your claim is in jeopardy & pay is suspended? Can you get a Dr's appointment within 7 days, let alone firms completed & returned? Then they decline as routinely as I get dressed. An appeal is almost a given, with more forms, which YOU must pay for while you are not being paid, your last pay has been withdrawn from your account by your employer but you are required to cover the withdrawal for the damn benefits that are coming off your check or you loose your coverage. How does ANY of this make sense or help anyone get healthy? How is this helpful from your employer or the insurance that you are paying for?
List based on reports from current and former employees. It may not be complete.