I applied through an employee referral and the process took 1 week - interviewed at TD Bank in September 2013.
Interview Details –
1 with HR, and the second was with the Manager and Asst. Managers of the branch.
Interview was very easy. You just have to show that you're an energetic, positive, and fun person.
Interview Question – What can you tell me about TD Bank and its values? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Non Negotiable
Very Easy Interview
I applied online and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at TD Bank.
Interview Details – Phone Interview, HR Interview, and Branch Manager Interview. Takes about a 1 month and half to actually start work.
Interview Question – Nothing. Past experience, selling experience, and customer service experience Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at TD Bank in July 2013.
Interview Details –
was called more than two weeks after online application, the interviewer asked questions about current and previous jobs and educational background.
the interviewer will go through what you put in your resume, mostly the questions in the interview will come from there. was told to come to a branch the next day for a 1:1 interview with the managers.
Interview Question –
how much money do you usually handle?
how much do you make on your current job? Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at TD Bank.
Interview Details – I applied online through the company website and a few days later I was contacted by an HR representative. She basically screen through all the candidates before recommending them to the managers. She asked about what I do, where I went to school and if I had any cash handling experience. She also asked me why I chose TD Bank. Once she thought I was a qualified candidate she told me that she would tell the manager at the store that I am interested in the teller position. Later that day I received a call from the manager who asked to set up the interview. The interview was pretty easy, mainly behavioral questions. You can tell they really want to know what type of personality you have. A week later I received a call from the same HR representative saying the manager wanted to make and offer. I accepted the offer. Once I accepted you have to go through a lot of training and security clearance. They have you fingerprinted and credit checked. The teller training was three days at a "TD University", as well as many online course modules that you do in store. Once you complete all the required training you are then able to be on the floor and work. The whole process took a few weeks.
Interview Question – "What would you consider to be your weaknesses?" Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I did not negotiate
I applied through other source and the process took 5 days - interviewed at TD Bank in May 2013.
Interview Details – Process from the initial interview to my acceptance of the job offer took 5 days. Went to a job fair and sat down with someone for less than 10 minutes to answer a few preliminary questions and go over my resume. Received a call from the manager at a local TD Bank the very next day to set up an interview. Went in for an interview the next day and sat with both the manager and the head teller in a 2:1 interview. They asked basic questions about my past experience in cash handling and customer service. Two days later was contacted by someone from HR with the job offer.
Interview Question – Would you consider yourself lucky? Answer Question
Interviewed at TD Bank
Interview Details – Short and easy in branch interview followed by fingerprinting and background check. A drug test was also required immediately following the initial interview.
Interview Question – No difficult questions-- they asked about school and future plans. Answer Question
I applied online and the process took 5 weeks - interviewed at TD Bank in August 2012.
Interview Details –
I applied online and within a few weeks I was called by someone in the HR department
After a few more phone interviews I was able to set up an appointment to meet with the HR person I had been dealing with on the phone. He was very helpful and courteous and responded thoughtfully and thoroughly to every question I had.
When going to the 1:1 interview it turned out it was actually a group interview however I lucked out to only have one more person interviewing with me who was applying for the full-time position and I was applying at the time for the part-time position.
After the 1:1 interview I was called about a week and ½ later and the HR rep offered me the job, welcoming me aboard. Afterward I was called for training in Center City Philadelphia
Interview Question – There were no extremely difficult questions Answer Question
Negotiation Details – I was unable to negotiate the figure
I applied online and the process took 1 week - interviewed at TD Bank in December 2011.
Interview Details –
I initially applied to TD bank online, through the company website. I was contacted relatively quickly after that and had a brief phone interview. Basically I was asked what position I was looking for, teller or customer service representative (CSR), salary expectations, etc. All of the questions were for basic background information including, education history and job history.
Then I was brought in to a group interview with one of TD Bank's recruiters. I brought my resume and we were introduced to the TD Bank WOW! culture and told more about our potential positions. At that meeting each of us were set up with a branch that had an opening for a teller or CSR and scheduled interview with management at that particular branch.
The interview at the bank branch was simple. A panel consisting of the Assistant Head Teller, Head Teller and Assistant Branch Manager asked me questions about my skills, desire to work there, etc. It was not difficult at all and I could easily tell that they liked me. I was essentially offered the job, but final acceptance and salary negotiation had to be done over the phone with the original HR representative that I spoke to. The next day I was hired. Overall the whole process probably took about a week, maybe two.
Interview Question – Why do you want to work as a teller? Answer Question
Negotiation Details – Negotiating over the phone was simple, low pressure. Honestly, the best advice I can give is to not accept the amount they offer you. If they offer to start you at $11 as a teller, ask for more. It can't hurt to ask for $13, the worst they can say is no. The salary negotiating is done over the phone with HR, not in person at the branch, so you don't have to worry about offending the people with whom you're about to work. Ask for more, once you're hired they're notoriously stingy with raises, so get as much as you can up front.
I applied online and the process took 2+ weeks - interviewed at TD Bank in February 2012.
Interview Details – 1
Negotiation Details – NEGOTIATE!!! I did not negotiate in the beginning and regret it. You will NOT get a large raise once you get the job, so get it when you start. Pay raises are yearly and promotions are a small 2-3 percent increase even if it's a huge jump in responsibility.
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