Sunday, March 19, 2017


Documents obtained by Go Public show tellers who fail to reach their sales goals are called "underperformers" and placed on a "Performance Improvement Plan," which involves daily coaching and monitoring by managers. If sales performance doesn't improve, employees are warned "employment could be terminated."
A CBC report earlier this week about TD employees pressured to meet high sales revenue goals has touched off a firestorm of reaction from TD employees across the country — some of whom admit they have broken the law at their customers' expense in a desperate bid to meet sales targets and keep their jobs.

1 comment:

  1. I despise banks. They have no ethics and conspire in tandem with the governments to screw people. But, nobody is forced to work at an institution like the TD. And no one is forced to do anything illegal.