Scotiabank: Supporting our Employees

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Scotiabank: Supporting our Employees

Thousands of talented employees around the world are the driving force behind Scotiabank’s success. Our ability to build a better, more prosperous future depends on our employees.  We work to create a workplace in which employees are empowered and engaged, and where diversity and inclusion and fair labour practices are the norm.

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The Case for Why Companies Should Recruit More Military Veterans
There is a key recruitment channel that employers and recruiters may not be tapping – military veterans. Many have the skills and experience organizations need, but it’s up to executives like Maureen Neglia, Vice President, HR, Global Recruitment at Scotiabank to read between the lines and see how veterans can strengthen...
Feb 28, 2017 10:00 AM ET
Scotiabankers Erika Osmond, Deanne Harada, Anastasia Kotsidis & Marta Cano win Executive Coaching Awards
Women in Capital Markets (WCM), a non-profit advocacy organization which promotes the entry and advancement of women into leadership roles in the financial sector, announced seven recipients of the 2017 WCM Executive Coaching Award at a reception in Toronto. Click here to continue reading:...
Feb 15, 2017 8:20 AM ET
Rethinking Roles: the President of One of Colombia’s Largest Financial Institutions Discusses Gender Inclusion
Achieving true equality is a challenge, particularly for countries that value traditional gender roles in both the workplace and household. We spoke with Santiago Perdomo, President of Banco Colpatria, to discover how one of Colombia’s largest financial institutions is advocating for change and leading by example....
Jan 23, 2017 4:45 PM ET
Scotiabank Chile Chosen as one of the Best Companies for Mothers and Fathers
Felicitamos a Grandes Corporaciones ganadoras estudio Mejores Empresas 2016 Follow Scotiabank en Chile
Jan 17, 2017 9:05 AM ET
A Proven Case: Championing Diversity Enables Innovation
The importance of innovation in business is undisputed. Tapping into diversity as a driver of innovation is a newer concept — but it is already proving its worth. Dubie Cunningham, vice-president of innovation at the Digital Factory at Scotiabank, shares why and how diversity has been a key driver of success. By Shelley White
Dec 28, 2016 2:05 PM ET

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