U.S. Headquarters: Cherry Hill, N.J.
Global Employees: 85,000
U.S. Employees: 26,942
Why It’s on the List
TD Bank makes the list for the second year in a row. The company has strong commitment from President and CEO Mike Pedersen. He meets regularly with resource groups and is a visible supporter of diversity and inclusion, making sure it is frequently tied to business goals.
The company has made significant progress, bringing on new Diversity Leadership Team members from expanding business lines and support areas (Corporate and Specialty Banking, TD Auto Finance, Community Relations). The company ties all its diversity-and-inclusion goals to its three strategic pillars: Our Culture (Brand), Our People (Talent Acquisition & Development), and Our Customers (Business Results).
TD Bank has started quarterly planning and status-update meetings between the Diversity Leadership Team and regional/business diversity leads and uses the companywide engagement survey to assess diversity areas.
The company also implemented long-term diversity-and-inclusion metrics and analytics, such as dashboards and recruitment reporting. This information is tied to the broader talent-management scorecard, which helps each division leader.
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President and CEO
“At TD, we know we’ll only win if we have great people and great teams. Our diversity strategies are critical to our business success, enabling us to attract the best and ensure that our diverse customers feel a real affiliation with TD’s people. Our unique and inclusive culture encourages people to be who they are and to achieve all they’re capable of.”
Executive Vice President, Head of Service Strategy and
Chair, Diversity Leadership Team
“Diversity is the fiber of our being at TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank®. We are determined to be a place where employees and customers feel comfortable and supported. Our commitment to maintaining an inclusive culture is not only the right thing to do, it is critical to building the Better Bank.”