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Extraordinary Workplace


Building The Better Bank Material Issues How We Operate Responsible Banking Extraordinary Workplace


Employee Engagement Diversity and Inclusion Health and Well-Being


Environmental Leadership Strengthening Communities Reporting


Employee Engagement


WHY IT’S MATERIAL TO TD + MORE THAN JUST WORK


TD’s goal is to engage our people so they feel inspired and supported. It’s an important part of our entire business strategy, and one of the ways we strive to differentiate TD as a “best employer”. We believe that employees should feel they are doing work that matters, have opportunities beyond expectations and be motivated by inspiring leaders.


The TD Difference: What Our Employees Say


“I am extremely proud to be employed by a global leader in diversity in the workplace.” Josh Brooks


“TD values the contributions that women make to the organization while allowing them to focus on the other things that matter.” Tracey Maciocia


88%


of new hires tell us they are excited about their personal and professional opportunities at TD


86%


of employees say they are proud to work for TD


87%


“I don’t worry about the fact that I’m gay or hide the existence of my partner. I’m a better employee for it.”


Heather Richardson


“Leaders are the reason why TD is different.” Mushtak Najarali


of employees agree that TD supports their ambitions to get involved in corporate responsibility initiatives


GO DEEPER


TD’S LEADERSHIP PROGRAMS APPROACH TO JOB LOSS


2014 TD BANK GROUP WORKFORCE PROFILE


TD 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report Page 28


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