Message from the Executives
Message from the Chief Diversity and Culture Officer
Introducing Count Me In: TTC’s Employee Demographic Survey
To build a more inclusive organization, it’s important that we have a clear understanding of all the diverse identities that make up our workforce. That’s why, on June 1, we’re launching the TTC’s first Count Me In: Employee Demographic Survey.
In just two minutes, you can count yourself in and help us build programs and policies that better serve you, as a TTC employee, as well as customers.
It’s easy to count yourself in.
Access the survey online anytime in June through MyTTC | Home or directly by visiting https://urbandimensions.hostedincanadasurveys.ca/939918?lang=en
The short survey asks six multiple choice questions about how you identify, including your race, gender, religion, sexual orientation and disability status. While the survey is voluntary, we want to hear from all of you. The more responses we get, the more effective the data will be to help inform and improve our practices.
Your privacy and confidentiality is important to us.
Your responses will be kept confidential – only you and our third-party research company, Urban Dimensions Group (UDG), will have access to the data and all responses will be saved on a secure, external server. TTC management or employees will never be able to view your specific responses.
When we know better, we can do better.
Findings from this survey will help to:
• Paint a clearer picture of who TTC employees are and how they identify.
• Create targeted policies, supports and services that better align with employee needs.
• Identify barriers and gaps in representation and inclusion.
To learn more, please speak with your Manager.
The TTC is on a journey to create a more diverse and inclusive organization to better reflect and serve the people of Toronto and its employees. This survey is one of many ways we are making progress in this work, as part of our 10-Point Action Plan on Diversity and Inclusion. Thank you for counting yourself in on this journey and helping us build a more inclusive TTC for all.
Chief Diversity and Culture Officer
Diversity and Culture Group
June 1, 2022