Scotiabank: Supporting our Employees

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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Scotiabank New CSR Perspectives Series: Supporting Gender Equality through the HeForShe movement
Gender equality remains a global issue and achieving equality requires an inclusive approach. Scotiabank is supporting the UN Women Solidarity Movement, HeForShe,...
Aug 17, 2017 11:30 AM ET
Engaging and Empowering our Employees to Build the Business Case for Diversity & Inclusion
Diversity & Inclusion in the corporate setting has long evolved from solely celebrating our differences to building the business case for Diversity & Inclusion. Diversity & Inclusion is one of Scotiabank’s Corporate Social Responsibility priorities, as part of the ...
Aug 3, 2017 3:00 PM ET
Guiding the Giving: How Jacquie Ryan’s Unorthodox Career Path Led Her to Her Dream Job in Sponsorship and Philanthropy at Scotiabank
Jacquie Ryan wasn’t sure what she wanted to do after she graduated university with a degree in English and Film Studies, so she headed to Banff to coach skiing. The short-term job set her on a path to a long-term career, and she’s continued to let her passions guide her profession ever since. Are you an arts enthusiast, hockey parent, or marathon runner? If so, you have...
Jul 28, 2017 3:15 PM ET
Scotiabank – Understanding Your Customers from the Inside Out
Like other employers at the Syrian Refugees Jobs Agenda Roundtable, convened by Hire Immigrants, Scotiabank has a longstanding commitment to workforce diversity. According to Maureen Neglia, Vice President of Human Resources, Global Recruitment, it has always made strategic sense....
Jun 30, 2017 7:15 AM ET
Change for the Better: How Ana Gatti’s Experience as an LGBT Woman in Financial Services has Improved Throughout Her Career
Ana Gatti once interviewed for a company where all 52 branch managers were men. Now the Director and Chief Auditor at Scotiabank Uruguay, she reflects on how far the financial industry has come over the past decade in its acceptance of women and members of the LGBT+ community, like herself.  By Katy Paul-Chowdhury  This article was first published on ...
Jun 27, 2017 9:30 AM ET

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