Financial Advisor (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 22 mai 2019
Being a part of Scotia Banks outsourced services, the salary packages are not as competitive for the expected/required results. But working at Teleperformance (Scotia Bank Team) is a experice which will a crucial asset in furthering one's career in banking.
Statutory Reporting and Consolidation Analyst (Ancien employé) – PE – 20 mai 2019
It's a pleasure working in this company. The team I was working with really helped me to develop my accounting knowledge and soft skills. Being a scotiabanker was really important in my proffesional development.
QA Lead, Manual Testing (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 17 mai 2019
Office location is good. technology is also good. not too flexible with Work from home.Management should get involved in project and know about individual capability rather than getting feedback from the leads. Peek in JIRA or ALM see the defects count and execution summary of each individuals contribution.
Customer Service Representative (Ancien employé) – Milton, ON – 10 mai 2019
dealing with many different faces on the front lines as a CSR provides unique insights for managing various customer relationships. CSR works closely with service manager and financial advisors to authorize high limits and schedule sales meetings.
Audit Manager - AML/ATF and Sanctions Audit (Employé actuel) – 44 King St West, Toronto, Ontario – 9 mai 2019
Since the latest CEO took over the Bank, the employees do not matter. He keeps getting people fired, many people are suffering from strokes and heart attacks and that is all because of the intense stress we have to face daily.
Customer Representative (Teller) (Employé actuel) – Abbotsford, BC – 9 mai 2019
Amazing work environment. Really supportive co-workers and management. Management is really focused on making sure everyone moves forward. Management does coaching sessions regularly to check on your development and what your future plans are.
Mortgage Fulfillment Officer (Ancien employé) – Toronto, ON – 4 mai 2019
High workload, low compensation, high expectations with minimal training. Employees were nice enough, some helped if you got stuck or needed assistance with something you weren’t trained on (but still expected to complete) Work life balance - contract work so no overtime, but other employees decided to work 10 hr days. Crazy busy during the season.