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Diversity and Inclusion Workplace Highlights 2014


AWARENESS AND TRAINING


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Grew participation in 11 online diversity communities by 30% in just one year.


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Raised awareness through story- telling, highlighting employees who have been reached by diversity and inclusion initiatives.


Delivered Mental Health Awareness training to 1,700 employees.


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Expanded our U.S. mentoring program – Emerging Leaders, we matched 300 aspiring female leaders with mentors and doubled participation from 2013.


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Issued a TD Economics Special Report – Time Treasure Talent – Women & Philanthropy.


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Several TD women were given leadership awards including NJBIZ Best 50 Women in Business awards, American Banker’s Top 25 Women to Watch and Women in Capital Markets Rising Star award.


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Spent more than $690,000 to improve the accessibility of TD facilities and services across North America.


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Over 1,700 employees benefited from ergonomic modifications and accommodations.


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Piloted a speed-mentoring program in the Greater Toronto Area for employees with a visible or invisible disability.


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Introduced the Individuals with Disabilities Etiquette Guide to educate all U.S. employees about different disabilities and appropriate work etiquette.


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Created a Visible Leadership Program exclusively for TD’s Visible Minority community. Comprising workshops, role-plays and other developmental activities, the two-day program is designed to help employees achieve their full potential.


Hosted a quarterly teleconference series for minority leaders in the U.S. called “Getting to Know You”, designed to create awareness of TD Bank leaders and provide employees with access to role models.


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ABORIGINAL PEOPLES IN CANADA


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Participated in the Progressive Aboriginal Relations Certification program offered by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business, and earned gold-level certification for having best practices in Aboriginal relations.


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Approximately 1,000 employees – more than ever before – participated in National Aboriginal Day events across the country.


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Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allies (LGBTA)


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Grew our LGBTA Pride Network to 1,920 members – making it one of TD’s largest and most engaged employee networks.


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Introduced the SAFE Pin, a visible sign to identify allies of the LGBTA community and show they are a “safe” person to talk to about LGBTA matters – over 5,000 pins have been produced by this employee-led initiative.


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People with disabilities Minorities


Veteran in the U.S. (a new focus area starting in 2014)


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Introduced a new area of focus in the U.S. in response to increased employee interest and new regulations related to veteran recruitment.


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Veteran in the U.S. (a new focus area starting in 2014)


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Created an employee resource group to focus on opportunities for veterans and help with transitioning from active duty to the workplace.


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Watch TD’s CFO Colleen Johnston talk about women as leaders.


TD 2014 Corporate Responsibility Report Page 33


Aboriginal peoples in Canada


Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allies (LGBTA)


Aboriginal peoples in Canada


Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and allies (LGBTA)


Veteran in the U.S. (a new focus area starting in 2014)


Veteran in the U.S. (a new focus area starting in 2014)





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