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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Building a Better Ladder: How Scotiabank Fosters Female Talent Through Sponsorship
Not having a sponsor is a key reason many talented women never reach their potential. That’s why up and comer Alana Riley was paired with Alex Besharat, Senior Vice President & Head, Canadian Wealth Management through Scotiabank’s Canadian Banking Sponsorship Program. With a senior leader advocating on her behalf, there’s no telling how far Alana’s career will go. Sometimes...
Feb 14, 2018 5:00 PM ET
StartRight: Helping New Immigrants Adjust to Financial Life in Canada
Karen Qiu, a Scotiabank financial advisor in Vancouver, knows firsthand what life is like for new immigrants in Canada. “I was born in China and came to Canada to finish my last year of high school,” she remembers. “Since my family believed that an education in Canada would give me a better future, they decided to send me here. But since they couldn’t just leave their jobs, I came alone.”...
Jan 16, 2018 8:05 AM ET
Solutions for All: How One Canadian Bank is Developing Technology to Drive Accessibility
As Vice President of Design, Digital Banking, at Scotiabank, Pamela Hilborn is tasked with developing unique technology solutions that can meet the needs of the Bank’s diverse customer base — including those with disabilities. Pamela Hilborn has always been fascinated by what makes people tick. It’s a passion that was sparked 25 years ago when she was a student of...
Dec 14, 2017 11:50 AM ET
Scotiabank Supports World Diabetes Day
Nassau, The Bahamas – Scotiabank is proud to support World Diabetes Day (WDD), celebrated on November 14 of each year. “We are committed to helping young people become better off and are thrilled to partner with The Bahamas Diabetic Association to raise awareness as diabetes is prevalent among our population, impacting adults and children,”...
Nov 14, 2017 11:10 AM ET
A Fresh Start: How Rania Llewellyn Is Helping Canadian Immigrants Kick-Start Their Career
When Rania Llewellyn graduated with an undergraduate degree from Saint Mary’s University in Halifax, she faced a challenge many newcomers to Canada had faced before her; she was a well-educated immigrant who couldn’t find a job. Born in Kuwait City to an Egyptian father and Jordanian mother, Rania had grown up in Kuwait and Egypt, completing the first two years of her commerce degree at...
Oct 25, 2017 2:00 PM ET