Questions and Answers about Scotiabank

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If you were in charge, what would you do to make Scotiabank a better place to work?


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I wouldn’t change anything. It’s working.

Answered - Business Support Officer (Current Employee) - Nassau County, NY

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More training and promotion based on merits and not the church that you attend. Check to see why the labor turnover is higher at some branches and not others and check to see what the common factor is.

Answered - Senior Teller/Team Leader (Former Employee) - Mandeville, Manchester

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Better employee relations

Answered - teller (Former Employee) - Alberta

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Focus on some of the staffing challenges.

Answered - Branch Manager (Current Employee) - Kingston

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Be more open to new business opportunities

Answered - Consultant/Contractor (Former Employee) - Toronto, ON

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Technologically there need to be some enhancements like Wi-fi throughout their office and provide employee's with laptops rather than desktops. This will help the environment as less printing will be required during meetings. Maybe look at the compensation package and see how to make it more competitive. Encourage more training activities within as well as across departments.

Answered - Programmer Analyst Advisory (Current Employee) - Toronto, ON

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