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- "I can really say only the benefits were good and there is a gym of no cost." (in 1633 reviews)
- "Great for people who want a 'small company feel' with the structure and HR/development resources of a large company" (in 877 reviews)
- "Great culture and were given the flexibility to work and do school at the same time." (in 777 reviews)
- "Work life balance is good if you are not very ambitious and just want a low" (in 604 reviews)
- "good work environment and fun" (in 322 reviews)
- "the pay is low and could be better as for the amount of work you do as a teller" (in 740 reviews)
- "Poor management The management admitted that there is a certain discrepancy between what you learnt in the 10 week training and on board." (in 690 reviews)
- "Low salary but your foot in the door will give you access to many opportunities." (in 450 reviews)
- "I know several people who were railroaded by bad managers and had to leave the company" (in 409 reviews)
- "long hours and rarely close in bad weather also need to work 7 days a week." (in 398 reviews)
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- 2.0Jan 5, 2014Anonymous EmployeeCurrent Employee
Once you are at a high rank level beyond Sales & Customer Service it's excellent!! Or if your branch has an awesome Team Manager. It's a great for working hours for university students.
Benefits for F/T employee isn't the greatest; HR is very harsh on staff who are sick on Short-term Disability and Manulife Financial Benefits are hardcore on Long-Term Disability TD Staff who has been employed with the bank for years. Its 'Boot out the door'!! The HR team is per city therefore they don't like it when the staff transfer to another province, they are very NOT helpful, they will not help with transition. Otherwise you have to start as a 'newbie' or quit 'Very Harsh'!!
- 4.0Sept 26, 2016Anonymous EmployeeFormer Employee
All the benefits of a big company: opportunity to build skills and career without leaving. if you have a great boss, you will be happy! The very top echelons do believe their own mantras even if they do get a bit skewed as they are cascaded down
All the cons of a big company: over-proceduralized in an effort to achieve consistency but with the effect of stifling creativity. If you have a bad boss, move on.. or get a great one. TD does have lots of great bosses but like anywhere, there is a mix.2
- 4.0Aug 14, 2012AnalystCurrent Intern, less than 1 yearToronto, ON
This experience gives me more future career opportunities. The working environment is very friendly. As an internship student, my team really took me as an important part of it.
Maybe the only con would be the organization is too large and the benefits for every employee are limited...
- 3.0Jun 28, 2018Project SpecialistFormer Employee, more than 5 yearsMount Laurel, NJ
TD has a great culture and for the most part, you meet a lot of great people. They have a great benefits package and the 401k match and core contributions are nothing to scoff at. Depending upon the role you’re in, management is pretty flexible with your schedule and they’re generous with PTO, as are most banks. Every few years they even give an extra PTO day and bonuses are awarded based on performance yearly.
It’s easy to get comfortable here because the culture is great and the benefits are great, but the pay leaves a lot to be desired. It’s hard to get promoted because they constantly are doing reorganizations of various departments which causes more people to be posting for internal positions, it’s very competitive and unless you’re in with the right crowd, it’s unlikely to get the job. They claim to want to promote from within but I know many, including myself, who have been looked over for an external candidate or an internal candidate who was far less qualified. The biggest problem at TD is that management is completely disconnected and there’s no training, you’re thrown into a role with little to no support. I am disappointed to say the least as I wanted to continue my career with them for years to come, but after being promoted and not being fairly compensated as well as being bored out of my mind, I knew this wasn’t for me.5
- 2.0Sept 16, 2008Senior Customer Service RepresentativeCurrent EmployeePhiladelphia, PA
Quick advancement if you want it. Great way to get a title onto your first resume. People are friendly for the most part. Full time employees receive 24 days off per year to start (see below for reason why). Flexible place to work if your in school. Part time plus lets you do 30 hours a week and get benefits (which are inexpensive).
Pay here is tough to swallow. They are open 361 days a year which equates to weekend shifts and working holidays other banks and gov't receive off. Management is not always the most professional. Tuition reimbursement could be more.
- 3.0Mar 19, 2014Financial Services RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 1 yearToronto, ON
good benefits like health and dental as well as incentive plan matches 50% for stock option
too much competition, goals per quarter over millions of dollars. sad support from management team not much supportive points to learn
- 4.0Aug 21, 2019Enterprise ArchitectCurrent Employee, more than 3 years
Great place to work with lots of opportunities to grow
Benefits and pensions plans are a bit complivated which makes hard sometimes to choose the right package
- 4.0Jun 13, 2022Fraud AgentCurrent EmployeeGreenville, SC
You can tell they genuinely care about you as an individual and the pay and benefits are pretty good.
Their technology/systems suck. I want to rip my hair out everyday.
- 1.0Apr 20, 2016Mortgage Loan ProcessorFormer Employee, more than 1 yearLexington, SC
Great benefits, flexibility around hours worked each day and 15 minutes of lateness max. Co-workers were great. I can really say only the benefits were good and there is a gym of no cost.
Management, better hope they like you. Do not go in through temp agency can and WILL fire you for ridiculous reasons. Fueled by reports not customer needs. Constantly fighting to cover yourself to keep your job and to cover up TD mistakes. Work and home life balance is not there at all, miss one day may have missed ten. Calling in or asking for days off is like asking for a raise. In seat promotions very hard to get. Constant ask of do this do that when no templates additional training provided to assist you in new procedures.
- 4.0Jan 4, 2013Financial Services RepresentativeFormer Employee, more than 3 yearsNew York, NY
The co-workers were great as well as management across all levels. They offer benefits for part time workers and their employer matching 401k plan was great. I truly enjoyed my experience their and I learned a lot.
I think the pay could have been better and they need to work on their bonuses, compared with other retail banks they are well behind the times. I also think they need to promote based on performance over seniority.
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