TFI Talent Talks Webinar Recording - Safe Return To Work

If you missed our recent TFI Talent Talks event – Safe Return to Work – the event recording is now available to view below.

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Developing and Retaining World-Class Talent

TFI Talent Strategy

Talent is the engine that drives the Toronto Financial Centre, which employs almost 400,000 individuals, including a growing pool of technology professionals. As global competition intensifies, the ongoing ability to attract, develop and retain world-class talent remains critical to both existing and prospective financial services firms in the Toronto region.

TFI works to grow and sustain our long-term talent advantage. We act as a connector - strengthening collaboration and building bridges between our partners within industry, government and post-secondary institutions. And we act as a catalyst - identifying and strategizing about today’s talent challenges, and proposing and leading system-wide initiatives that reap benefits for the sector. We are also committed to executing and publishing action-oriented research to inform the workforce planning, talent and skills development strategies of employers, educators and government.

Talent Initiatives

TFI Talent Talks Interview Series

TFI Talent Talks is a 6-part interview series which showcases leaders from a variety of financial services organizations sharing the creative and innovative team practices that they have employed to continue operations during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Part 1: Virtual Onboarding with Manulife's Jodi Spall (May 29)
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Part 2: Employee Engagement with TD Securities' Manjit Tamber (June 12)
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Part 3: Leading Virtual Teams with BMO's Karen Collins (June 25)
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Part 4: Building a Flexible Workforce with Sun Life Financial's Emily Schur (July 28)
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Part 5: Trusting People with Aviva Canada's Danny Davies (August 14)
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Part 6: The Future of Work with Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan's Matthew Smith (September 3)
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Work-Integrated Learning

ASPIRE

ASPIRE is a work-integrated learning (WIL) pilot program in financial services, designed to attract students learning in-demand skills to the financial services sector and to improve their transition from school to the workplace.

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Industry Resources

Talent Reports

Read the latest research papers on emerging Talent trends in Toronto and Canada.

Financial Services Talent Pipeline Report 2020
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Unlocking the Human Opportunity: Harnessing the Power of a Mid-Career Workforce
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Cybersecurity report “The changing faces of cybersecurity - Closing the cyber risk gap"
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Unlocking the human opportunity: Future-proof skills to move financial services forward
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Explore Financial Services Careers

Career Advisor Website

Career Advisor is a dedicated talent site to effectively inform, engage and support current and future financial services job-seekers with tailored resources.

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