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71 English questions out of 71

5 June 2020

Does TD offer massages?

Pros

- Wonderful work culture, everyone there from top to bottom are approachable and professional. Everyone seems genuinely happy to be there and to be apart of the work. There is non stop recognition, appreciation, and celebration of each others work often with food, incentives, draws and that sort of thing. It’s awesome and a nice distraction from the busy queues. - No matter what is going on and what might change, you’re always in the loop, and they always try to explain why things are changing and why other things can’t be. - If you are willing to show up and put in the effort, management will notice and work with you to develop a rewarding and best suited career path. I have personally had lots of opportunities to try out new roles over periods of weeks or a month that allow you to see what management roles or underwriting roles might be like for you. - The environment is really nice, bright and clean. Because there are so many employees, cubicles are necessary but they’re really nice and clean and all of the facilities and equipment are pretty new which is nice. And there is free coffee in the little coffee breakrooms and really comfy beanbag and lounge rooms that overlook the Bedford basin.

Cons

- If you are not very outgoing or ambitious, I could see how it would be hard to stand out, there are so many employees and managers, you kind of have to be a people person to get yourself noticed or considered. - Starting our the hours aren’t great. If you work for the western market you’ll work 3pm-11pm and you won’t get 2 consecutive days off for probably 2 years in any market unless you have some sort of miraculous exception. But your team would probably despise you for it, it’s pretty high on everyone’s list, and they won’t consider changing it at all, you have to move up enough seniority to get it. You get used to it pretty quick though and the pay well compensates for that in my opinion.

Advice to Management

If at all possible consider figuring out a way to make 2 consecutive days off happen, you will keep more talent, I’ve seen too many hard working and skilled employees move on just for the days off in a row. I have a feeling there will be less absenteeism as well by implementing this policy. Otherwise the best and most progressive, inclusive and amazing workplace I have worked for.

And there is free coffee in the little coffee breakrooms and really comfy beanbag and lounge rooms that overlook the Bedford basin.

5 June 2020

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5 September 2019

Does TD offer dental insurance?

Pros

Very diverse environment, great pay and the best place to be with tuition reimbursement benefit for entry level under grad students and medical, vision and dental benefits. Along with 401K benefits.

Cons

Poor Work-life balance, Very Micro managing and intense pressure on tellers for sales.

Very diverse environment, great pay and the best place to be with tuition reimbursement benefit for entry level under grad students and medical, vision and dental benefits.

5 September 2019

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8 September 2020

Does TD have a pension plan?

Pros

Great work ethics and employee focused benefits and pension offerings

Cons

Too soon to find any yet

Great work ethics and employee focused benefits and pension offerings

8 September 2020

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3 February 2020

Does TD offer a wellness program?

Pros

Great benefits, competitive salary, great balance between work/home, managers actually care about your mental health and well-being and will do everything they can to accommodate you whether it be flexible schedule, working from home, etc

Cons

Sadly now is a call centre environment, harder to advance due to larger pool of employees, no HR representative on site which makes it difficult to get an answer right away or address concerns. Correspondence with HR is by email only.

Advice to Management

Need to have an HR representative in office due to volume of employees (400 +) in Halifax office alone. Keep up the good work!

Great benefits, competitive salary, great balance between work/home, managers actually care about your mental health and well

3 February 2020

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10 January 2020

Does TD offer life insurance?

Pros

Great Benefits, Great promotions, Good work life balanace

Cons

Average PAY but again it depends on negotiations.

Great Benefits, Great promotions, Good work life balanace

10 January 2020

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