Scotiabank
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Scotiabank Careers and Employment

About the company

  • CEO
    Brian Porter
    78%
    approve of Brian Porter's performance
  • Founded
    1832
  • Company size
    more than 10,000
  • Revenue
    more than £7B (GBP)
  • Industry
    Finance
  • Headquarters
    Toronto, ON
  • Link
    Scotiabank website
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Rating overview

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Reviews

PCO in 1940 Eglinton Ave E
on 29 December 2020
Competitive and goal oriented
Fast paced, comfortable, friendly, team building opportunities, advancement opportunities. Pay is average. Location was convenient for me. Accommodating for people with families and small kids
Associate in London, Greater London
on 5 June 2022
Not a happy place
Coworkers are stressed out and fearful. Not a supportive environment. There does not seem to be a clear strategy for the business units and leadership seems indifferent to managing teams’ concerns.
Customer Care Advisor in 2220 walkley road
on 7 March 2020
Not too bad
Working at Scotiabank was amazing and an experience worth having however the pay is not good at all they deduct 20% of taxes and the pay compared to the cost of living it just mediocre. However if you plan to work there while living somewhere you don't pay rent it might be great for you . Stay there while you acquire the knowledge and experience required for your next better job and move on!! Also in interview please don't lie they do hard background check so if you lied about anything they will find out and fire you
Loyalty and Retention Specialist in 2101 Eglinton ave
on 19 January 2020
Find your group, religious, ethnic, political because if you want to grow it’s who you know at Scotiabank
Be on time for your job and don’t miss too many days. Try to set you goals early to get off the phones, or you’ll be taking calls forever. Also they will ask you to always donate to a charity or two every month.
Trader in London, Greater London
on 16 January 2020
Not great place
Firms changes mind on direction without notice and culls people in that area. Slow pace of work. Little IT support in London. Set hours of work, no flexibility.

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