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No. 39 | TD Bank | DiversityInc Top 50

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WHY IT’S ON THE LIST

On its corporate website, TD Bank puts it simply: “TD has built its success by embracing and celebrating the diversity of all its customers, employees and suppliers – and our commitment to diversity continues to grow.”

The bank, which moved up six spots in its third year on the list, continues to improve its talent-development initiatives, including formalizing mentoring and emphasizing leadership and development programs for people from under-represented groups. TD’s numbers, especially for women, demonstrate its progress. The bank has 8% more senior women (top 3 levels) and more women in management than the national average (when compared with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission data).

In 2015 that progress continues as all people managers, including executives, are responsible for identifying, hiring and promoting diverse talent.

The bank has also emphasized the growth of its five employee-resource groups, which last year saw their number of chapters jump by 14%.

Under the leadership of President and CEO Mike Pedersen and Executive Vice President Linda Verba, TD has created an enterprise-wide three-year Diversity and Inclusion strategy that has five areas of focus – Accountability, Talent, Inclusive Leadership, Winning in the Marketplace, and Governance. A scorecard showing D&I results is now presented to Pedersen and the leadership team.

TD Bank also has improved its supplier-diversity efforts to include a Diverse Supplier Mentorship Program with TD-hosted and sponsored education workshops and the formal start of Tier II (subcontractor) reporting.

DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

Mike Pedersen
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.”
Linda Verba
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.”

COMPANY FACTS

U.S. Headquarters: Cherry Hill, N.J.

U.S. Employees: 26,473

Last Year’s DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No.45

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