No. 19 | TD Bank

FROM DIVERSITYINC

  • TD Bank’s Diversity Talent Advisor and USBLN’s GFG recruiting coordinator work in tandem to implement a closed-loop candidate referral process to ensure follow-up with all candidate referrals. Since the start of the project, TD Bank has hired more than 500 individuals with diverse abilities.
  • TD saw an increase in African American representation in management levels two, three and four; and women promoted into level two roles increased 6 percent year over year.
  • The TD Ready Challenge is an annual North American initiative that will provide ten $1-million (CAD) grants to eligible organizations with innovative initiatives. The Ready Commitment provides a platform for insuring TD serves as a catalyst for a more inclusive future.

FROM THE COMPANY

Our Mission

At TD, we know that our greatest asset is our people. That’s why our mission is to cultivate a service-oriented, barrier-free culture that attracts, invests in, and promotes all talent. In turn, we gain a wealth of innovative ideas and unique perspectives that empower us to meet the needs of our customers in an ever-evolving financial market.

We take pride in creating a culture that celebrates the unique talents and contributions of each individual. We recognize that by fostering an atmosphere of belonging, our colleagues will feel motivated to perform to their highest potential and inspired to help us be The Better Bank.

Our success depends on it. Diversity helps us be more innovative, more flexible and ultimately more sustainable by giving us access to the most diverse and creative thinking possible. We need great people who feel engaged, take pride in their work, and can develop and achieve their potential at a place that reflects their values. By doing this, we attract and develop the best people and create a richer and more inclusive experience for our colleagues, customers and communities.

Living Our Mission

We place the same value on delivering against our success in this area as we do with our strategic and business objectives. Every leader in our organization is held accountable for our success by:

  • Recruiting, developing, retaining and promoting the very best talent from all backgrounds
  • Ensuring every colleague has access to challenging career opportunities and focused individualized development
  • Supporting business resource groups (BRGs) dedicated to advocating for minorities, women, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQ2+ community and veterans
  • Providing an inclusive, barrier-free environment where every colleague and customer feels valued, respected and supported
  • Serving the diverse needs of the communities where we work and live
  • Conducting business with diverse suppliers

DIVERSITY LEADERSHIP

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Greg Braca
President and CEO

“Companies that are successful in implementing diversity into the fabric of its culture, have diversity and inclusion embedded into every part of the employee experience. TD Bank is exploring new ways to create sustainable touchpoints throughout our diversity and inclusion journey that positively impact the lives of our Colleagues, and, ultimately, our Customers and our Communities.”

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Kelley Cornish
Global Head of Diversity and Inclusion

“At TD, we believe that in order to create change in our D&I efforts we need to be intentional and bold in moving from awareness to action. To achieve this, we’re committed to listening and understanding our colleague’s approach on how they live, what they believe in, and how these perspectives intersect with our organization’s core values.”

COMPANY FACTS

TD (NYSE)

U.S. Headquarters: Cherry Hill, NJ

Global Employees: 85,641

2018 DiversityInc Top 50 Ranking: No. 34

OTHER DIVERSITYINC LISTS

  • No. 13 People with Disabilities
  • LGBT Employees