Thursday, July 12, 2012
TD Bank's extended deposit hours means funds will be more readily available.
TD Bank announced Thursday the extension of deposit hours meant to provide customers with more flexibility in accessing funds. A release by the bank, which has been rapidly expanding throughout the state, especially in Greenville, will now allow funds that were deposited into individual, small business and commercial accounts by 8 p.m. Monday through Friday, to be available for access and withdrawal the following business day. “America’s Most Convenient Bank isn’t just a tagline, it’s who we are at TD Bank,” said Brain Haier, Head of Retail Banking and Direct Channels, TD Bank. “Extending same day deposit hours is indicative of our relentless focus on delivering legendary service for our customers.” Extended same day deposit hours …
Wednesday, May 9, 2012
After it announced a massive hiring spree in the Upstate last year, TD Bank officials said Wednesday that it would begin with hiring some 200 people for a call center in Greenville.
Decidedly bad news for TD Bank employees in Springfield, Mass represents the first round of encouraging news for the work force in the Upstate. WYFF4 is reporting that TD Bank will hire 200 people to staff a 24-hour call center in Greenville off of Interstate 85. There is no word on when the hiring will begin, though some 200 people will be needed for the new center, which will be part of a consolidation of call center operations from a closing facility in Springfield, Mass. In November, the company said Greenville would become a major regional hub, adding 1,400 jobs to its Interstate-85 campus. Currently there are 160 employees working at the campus.
Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Employment growth, workforce training cited as contributors of the lower rate.
The state’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate experienced a significant drop, from a revised estimate of 10.9 percent in September to 10.5 percent in October. Fewer job-seekers during the month coupled with stronger employment growth led to the first September to October decline in the rate in five years, according to a Tuesday release from the state Department of Employment and Workforce. Workforce training was also cited. A gain of 10,066 from September to October brought the total number of employed South Carolinians to 1,941,778. The number of unemployed people declined over the month by 9,611, making the total unemployed count fall to 227,719. This news comes on the heels of recent announcements of S.C. employers expanding and …
Wednesday, November 16, 2011
The company announced on Wednesday morning that Greenville would be a regional hub for the bank's operations.
Gov. Nikki Haley was in Greenville on Wednesday morning for an economic development announcement. TD Banks announced that it would bring 1,400 jobs to Greenville and 200 to Lexington over the next five years. "This is a major investment in the future of TD Bank. We are thrilled to announce the expansion of the Interstate 85 campus and creation of more than 1600 jobs to support our growth," said Bharat Masrani, president and CEO, TD Bank. "Our Greenville regional hub will provide TD Bank with a strong foundation and capacity to accommodate the expansion of America's Most Convenient Bank from Maine to Florida." The announcement was made at the TD Bank Corporate Campus on Carolina Point Parkway. The company said Greenville become a regional …