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.
Current and former employees report that TD provides the following benefits. It may not be complete.
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‘There is no real backup for your work when you are away and you have are inundated with emails and requests when you are back in office’
‘Seems to be a good plan if hired before 2018’
‘Great benefits for maternity leave’
20 days vacation good dental insurance
Great culture but high turnover
Paid disability leave and unlimited paid sick days.
Good pension Flexible health and dental
Today, I resigned from TD to join Amazon. I was denied promotions twice in last 9 months and I felt tired. So when I resigned, I didn’t feel good after that. Not because I’m not excited about Amazon, but somewhere in my heart, I felt too comfortable at TD. Even though they stopped valuing me, I don’t know why I felt bad after resigning? Do I not have self-respect? Or I did right and I’m just overthinking? What else could it be?
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20 vacation medical health personal 5 days
I was impressed that as a part-time employee I had benefits. Vacation was only 2 weeks but I had health and dental, HSA, etc.
Good Benefits and Perks inc
Benefits have diluted over a period of time and new employees no longer get defined benefit pension plan and are only enrolled into defined contribution pension plan
just like other big banks
It covers all the dental and eyewear.