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TD Canada Trust

Size of company: Large (More than 500 employees)

Industry: Bank, Insurance, Financial services

  • One of the best FI to work for. I came from Different FI ( CIBC),and I appreciate so much for the opportunity to work for this company. Granted, I have been here only 9 months. Long hours is one thing I complain about but i got compensated fairly unlike my previous company. Lots of opportunity to advance. TD also suffers from usual office politics and back stabbings. Overall, Very good place to work.

    Posted on 23 July 2010 by Rater #54 | Flag as inappropriate

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One thing people have to learn to deal with, is that is that bank
branches and companies are GHETTO's.

If the Head Honcho is from Haiti, all his staff is from Haiti
If the Head Honcho is Pakistani or Indian,all his staff is from Pakistan or India.
If the Head Honcho is Asian all his staff is Asian.
If the Head Honcho are women, all his staff is women.
If the Head Honcho is French all his staff is French.
If the Head Honcho's wife, brother, sister, brother or sister in law is there too, much if not all his staff is related by family relations.

This is also the case for second or third generation white Canadians.

The only exception, are the DIVERSITY laws that force some kind of
mixture into the mix .... Indians with Asians and Gays and Lesbians
(not to be underestimated... although invisible) as well.

This is why those coming from universities or immigrating to Canada,
if you're not getting any replies to your application, despite many
qualifications or experience, or referrals, the CORRUPTION and
CLIQUES, and CLANS in places are guaranteed to exist. If you get in
the door, that's just the beginning of your challenge.

They have a meat-grinder waiting to crunch you into ....TD included.

Go to one of TD's 500 branches across Canada, a white Caucasian
male is 0.5% of the overall workforce in 2010.

Posted on 23 July 2010

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