TTC Connects Women as Transit Operators
At the TTC, we have a vision to ensure that our workforce truly reflects the community it serves. As part of that vision, the TTC wants to attract and retain top talent, and we encourage women to apply for rewarding opportunities, including as Transit Operators.
Hear women Transit Operators (opens in a new window) explain in their own words what they love about working at TTC.
On November 24 (opens in a new window) and December 10 (opens in a new window), 2020, TTC held two virtual information sessions to inform and encourage women to apply for the role. Participants heard from diverse women on track to rewarding careers at the TTC. The session was followed by discussions about:
- Working with your community
- Family and work/life balance
- Career growth opportunities
- Competitive compensation and benefits
The TTC is committed to fostering a positive workplace culture with a workforce that is representative of the communities it services. The TTC is committed to the principles of diversity and inclusion, and encourages participation from all job seekers. Accommodation is available for participants, including those with disabilities. Please contact Talent Management at 416-393-4570.
Ontario Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Code, Section 14 of the Code Special programs 14. (1) A right under Part I is not infringed by the implementation of a special program designed to relieve hardship or economic disadvantage or to assist disadvantaged persons or groups to achieve or attempt to achieve equal opportunity or that is likely to contribute to the elimination of the infringement of rights under Part I. R.S.O. 1990, c. H.19, s. 14 (1).