TD Bank
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Working at TD Bank

We asked 2.3K employees in various roles what it’s like to work at TD Bank.

Good reputation
Top 36% in the banks and financial services industry
74% of employees would recommend this company to a friend
Good compensation
Top 49% in the banks and financial services industry
63% of employees think they are paid fairly at this company
Okay management
Top 52% in the banks and financial services industry
3.5/5 is the average rating for managers given by employees

About the company

CEO
Picture of Greg Braca, CEO of TD Bank
Greg Braca
Founded
1855
Company size
more than 10,000
Revenue
more than $10B (USD)
Industry
Financial Services

Jobs near you

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Full-time

Store Mgr II (Arlington Lee Hwy)

Arlington, VA

5 days ago
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Full-time

CSR I (Fairfax City)

City of Fairfax, VA

19 days ago
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Part-time

Teller I PT 20 Hrs (Tysons Corner)

McLean, VA

23 days ago
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Part-time

CSR I - PT 20 Hrs (Fairfax City)

City of Fairfax, VA

23 days ago
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Full-time

Commercial Credit Mgr II

Vienna, VA

30+ days ago
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Part-time

CSR I PT 20 Hours (McLean)

McLean, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Head Teller – LT (West Springfield)

Springfield, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Assistant Store Manager (Little River Turnpike))

Alexandria, VA

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Head Teller, Gaithersburg, FT

Gaithersburg, MD

30+ days ago
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Full-time

Assistant Store Mgr, Gaithersburg, FT

Gaithersburg, MD

30+ days ago
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Salaries

Salary estimated from 1.2K employees, users, and past and present job advertisements on Indeed.

Popular Roles

Teller
$16.69 per hour
6.6%above industry average
Customer Service Representative
$17.09 per hour
13.5%above industry average
Specialist
$17.32 per hour
-22.4%below industry average

Retail

Teller
$16.69 per hour
6.6%above industry average
Senior Teller
$17.16 per hour
7.2%above industry average
Store Manager
$18.85 per hour

Customer Service

Customer Service Representative
$17.09 per hour
13.5%above industry average
Lead Teller
$15.83 per hour
-6.3%below industry average
Senior Customer Service Representative
$22.50 per hour
-2.7%below industry average

Management

Assistant Manager
$57,857 per year
72.5%above industry average
Assistant Vice President
$78,500 per year
-36.0%below industry average
Vice President
$163,333 per year
6.3%above industry average

Benefits

Employees at TD Bank have reported receiving these benefits. They will vary by role and location.

Paid time off
Health insurance

Rating overview

Top 38% in the industry. Rating is calculated based on 5.7K reviews and is evolving.

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Reviews

Assistant Head Teller in Herndon, VA
4.0
on November 6, 2013
Reliable
Reliable company. Helped to grow in management. great management.
Assistant Store Manager in Chelmsford, MA
5.0
on July 4, 2020
Td cares about their employees
Td is an incredible company to work for. Reachable goals, financial incentives, an abundance of PTO and a great work environment/culture. Much room for advancement and learning if you want it.Tdbank is a big company with a lot of services and a huge customer base. If you like you day to fly while you enjoy what you do TD is a great place to work!Work life balance is what you decide to make it.
Banking Specialist II in Auburn, ME
1.0
on July 2, 2020
Treat their employees like trash!
I have so much to say and yet few words to say it. TD Bank treats their employees like trash! You can’t even go to the bathroom without a manager breathing down your neck. They preach about diversity and inclusion all the time yet they break down their own employees mental health everyday. They allow their employees to be verbally abused by customers you can’t hang up and half the time their isn’t any support such as a supervisor to help with the call. They care about customer retention more than employee retention. Their contact center is a revolving door because sometimes the stress becomes unbearable for people and they quit. It’s normal to see an employee break down in tears there. They don’t care if you quit your just a heartbeat in a chair for them. Management is lazy they spend most of the time chatting with other managers and telling you to take calls. There is poor training. They train you on a new system for a half hour to an hour and expect you to know it. The rules change everyday yet the rules are strict. You can only move up if your manger likes you (don’t ask me how that happens). You get special privileges if your manager likes you such as time off the phones. Don’t fall for TD Banks broken promises and lies like I did. Just stay away!
Bank Teller I in Lawrence, NY
2.0
on June 26, 2020
People aren’t consistent with following the rules
I still work here and I plan on leaving as soon as I find something better. I’m a part time teller (20 hrs). I haven’t received compensation for my travel expenses to initial training. My training partner who worked at another branch told me that her manager took care of that for her. I kept asking my store manager to give me the login credentials so I can submit my info to receive it. He kept telling me he will let the assistant store manager know and he never did because I asked the ASM and he told me to check with SM again. It was back and forth for two months until I finally gave up. I was never going to receive what was owed to me. That was personal to me. Otherwise following my post’s title, different people above the assistant head teller position who may be put in charge if a manager isn’t around will have different rules than management. This gets confusing and tellers are constantly scolded for following the rules if it is less convenient for them. People are consistently rushing to go home when we should be carefully following security procedures. Let’s not even talk about scheduling because it seems like they can just switch your schedule not even 12 hours before the day they want you to work even if you had off that day. Handling covid? Forget about it. Please if you need a job, you need a job. But don’t stay for too long. If you want to get into banking just stay long enough to rack up experience for 6 months- 1 year and move on to another bank. I wouldn’t stay here long term.
Banking Specialist II Bilingual in Mount Laurel, NJ
4.0
on June 26, 2020
Great company
Company is great. Culture and people are welcoming and friendly. Have been here for 4 years and counting. Looking forward for my next position within the company.
VP, Reviewing Officers in Philadelphia, PA
1.0
on June 26, 2020
people that I worked with were nice and knowledgeable.
The job was to cover your a@@ and not protect the back as was our job. We always had to compare our report to the prior exam with is not the correct way of doing this job.

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Interview insights

Insights from 636 Indeed users who have interviewed with TD Bank within the last 5 years.

Favorable experience
Interview is average
Process takes about a week

Interview Questions

Why choose TD bank? what is your past working experiences related to this requirement? what is your strength?

Shared on January 7, 2019

I was asked what is the first thing I'm going to sell a customer when they walk in the door my answer was myself

Shared on December 3, 2018

Past experience strengths/weakness education experience

Shared on November 9, 2017