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HOW WE OPERATE RESPONSIBLE BANKING WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT COMMUNITY GOVERNANCE


Diversity & Inclusion (continued) Women in Leadership (WIL)


• Grew online engagement on our WIL Connections Community to approximately 10,000 members, up 3,000 members year over year. Of particular interest was a series, #What’sYourStory featuring video vignettes of talented TD women.


• Expanded our U.S. mentoring program, Emerging Leaders, by matching 450 aspiring female leaders with mentors.


• TD’s Norie Campbell and Carol Osler were recognized by WXN’s 2015 Canada’s Most Powerful Women Top 100.


People with Disabilities


• Over 2,400 employees benefited from ergonomic modifications and accommodations that included more than 1,000 pieces of assistive technology.


• Partnered with Toastmasters to form the first club to engage employees with visible and invisible disabilities to improve public speaking and leadership skills.


• Developed online training to educate people managers on hiring, accommodating and including people with disabilities on their teams.


Visible Minorities


• Over 100 employees participated in the Visible Leadership Program, a two-day program engaging employees from visible minority groups to strengthen their ability to lead and communicate authentically.


• Created three group-mentoring cohorts led by senior executives to engage, inform and inspire visible minority employees.


• Hosted employee road shows focused on effective development plans and mentoring.


Recognized as one of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for the 4th consecutive year Mediacorp


Named one of the Top 50 Companies for Diversity in the U.S. for the 3rd year in a row Diversity Inc.


Rated among the Top 10 Companies for Diversity Councils


Diversity Inc. Aboriginal Peoples in Canada


• Significantly increased employee engagement on Aboriginal issues.


• During Aboriginal History Month, Wab Kinew spoke to an audience of over 1,000 TD employees.


• Over 100 employees attended a panel on Indigenous Women in Leadership featuring three women chiefs of First Nations. Feedback was very positive, and employees tell us they want more events like this to learn about Aboriginal history and culture.


LGBTA


• Created a video to educate employees about homophobia and transphobia, which garnered enormous support from employees and positive response in the community.


• Updated our Transitioning in the Workplace Guidelines, and worked with the 519 Community Centre in Toronto, Ontario to sponsor a Gender Identify and Gender Expression in the Workplace Toolkit.


• Joined other employers in signing an amicus brief (court document) to support petitioners in a marriage equality case pending before the U.S. Supreme Court.


Page 28 Veterans in the U.S.


• Appointed a strong leader for this new area of focus.


• Began building an employee resource group to focus on opportunities for veterans and help them transition from active duty to the workplace.


• Created a recruitment campaign for veteran talent.


Named among The Best Places to Work for LGBT Equality in the U.S. seven years in a row


Human Rights Campaign Foundation


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