More layoffs and now the company is starting these quarterly check-ins so now I get reminded each quarter why there are no growth opportunities for existing resources yet the continue to hire externally for higher level positions. While the... — read more
Senior leadership will look to get rid of many people in 2021, especially outside Toronto. Call Centre in London is safe, business units are not. TD needs to get expenses under control and travelling has always been a major expense. Packages will not... — read more
If the economy turns around, do you anticipate any Toronto Dominion Bank Layoffs 2021? Any news or rumors?
More people have been let go today.
Toronto-Dominion Bank said it will close 82 bank branches in the U.S. as part of a “store optimization” in its American unit, where net income dropped in the fiscal first quarter. Greg Braca, chief executive officer of Toronto-Dominion’s TD Bank... — read more
Due ot Covid-19. The closing of branches was not from (digital enhancments) it's because they are not making profits for sharholders and executives, as well as, the pandemic showing no signs of slowing down.
I'm hoping they wrapped up cuts yesterday, but you can never be too sure.
TD in the US were talking about Banking For the Future, which is more digital and less roles in general. If it wasn't for Covid they would already done this. Yesterday they finalized changes in the Loan Servicing side in the US, which a decent... — read more
Too many duplicate positions (VP/AVP/Sr. Management) after June 2020 reorg
TD Securities is a joke. They violate and neglect compliance all the time. SEC will get their bu.. eventually. The US business is the worst. Culture Is horrible. Heard real bad things about their Houston business and the harassing bankers there. — read more
Moving up the ladder at Toronto Dominion is pretty much unachievable unless you have really good friends at the top. There is an equal amount of favoritism and politics playing a role in who gets promoted, and the rest of us are simply out of luck... — read more
How likely is that there will be Toronto Dominion Bank Layoffs 2020? Any news or rumors?
I am interested in the overall number of employees. Also, please share if you know how many people work at Toronto?
they fired me while I am in a furlough today.
A bunch of people were laid off last week–week of 10/21/2019. Anybody knows if there will be more any time soon?
TD proceeded with layoffs (again). April 30th, 2019 . Pushing the stupidity to its maximum velocity after launching "Gigs" a new platform for TD Employees who can volunteer hours to work on internal projects. Germinal - a good reading for you Ty.
Many layoffs in London ON occurring this week... 10-20 at least and probably many more. Making tons of money but need to cut costs to continue to make even more.
What do you expect as it relates to layoffs in the banking sector here in Toronto? Is it going to be massive? Any thoughts?
Have you heard anything about potential Toronto Dominion Bank Layoffs in 2019?
In the next couple of days layoffs will be announced. There will be no more customer service jobs anymore. A few of us were layed off effective the end of this month. TD doesn’t care about their employees. We achieved our sales goals but no bonus was... — read more
I worked for TD quite a number of years until the lack of work/life balance forced me to look elsewhere. This is not your traditional banking institution with its 7 days a week open hours. Schedules are not set, demands are high and most of the time... — read more
Things are not improving - rumors are flying - and we might see job cuts in Toronto.
TD layoffs more than 500 employees from may to august 2017. My position was eliminated on the name of organizational changes. Can anybody confirm this? If it's true, the original poster is right, this was done very stealthily and with no media... — read more
TD again started laying off staff after hefty bonuses to executives. In 2017 , TD is targeting more and more staff cuts on the name of organizational changes . Really annoying and stressed.
It's all OK when it comes to executive bonuses, but at the same time there are many gossips and rumors about layoffs in Toronto.
In addition to the deep cuts to high paying jobs in technology units, word now trickling out about cuts in HR, Regional Branch Operations, and call centre staff as TD continues layoff by stealth.
Regional and statewide behind closed door meetings at high levels portend some announcements coming soon......
Many Canadian banks are very risky and we'll see what happens in 2015, let's hope things remain to be stable. I hope all works out for us.
Maine ATM Settlement team is being eliminated completely, management from several other areas has been let go as well. No concrete number of losses at this time as the company is not being transparent.
Scores of full time employees laid on May 20th in Toronto, Mississauga, and London Ontario. Project Management and Quality Assurance where main job areas impacted - seemed to be a focus on shedding full time staff and retaining contractors.
On April 14 large number of TD Wealth Technology employees at Toronto office received lay off notices. This is driven by business reorganization and improving efficiencies. CIO of TD Wealth is Tim Clark.
Layoffs in technology announced this week and affected NJ, ME and MI
What is next for us? Keep calm and carry on…
Alright so first off they as in district leadership tell branch managers to go outside and guide traffic; corporate properties even ordered extra traffic cones and reflective vests to aide with this activity. Then an email is sent from corporate... — read more