Our people


 

We aim to build a strong, inclusive and progressive culture, where people want to grow their careers and do their best for clients, communities and one another.


For the second year in a row, the vast majority of our employees worked from home, and we thank our leaders and their teams for being open and innovative in how they approached work, stayed connected and remained productive. Throughout the pandemic, employee feedback has led to the development of helpful resources and wellness initiatives, and the decision to adopt a hybrid work model in the future.

Wellness at work

Caring for our peoples’ emotional, financial, physical and social wellness was a strong focus for us again in 2021. We’ve adapted our wellness programs to fit our work-from-home world with fitness sessions, counselling services, financial seminars and social activities delivered online. Our focus on wellness was a big reason why our operating companies were recognized as top employers in Canada and the Greater Toronto Area.



Survey Results

In our 2021 engagement survey, employees told us they’re proud to work for IGM:

84% see their people leader as effective


83% feel they get the training needed to do their job


85% are proud to work for IGM


82% would gladly recommend IGM as a place to work


79% overall engagement score, higher than Canadian and global benchmarks

IGM employees lend a hand to prepare Trails Youth Initiatives' camp for its youth participants.


 

Diversity, equity, and inclusion

We are committed to being a leading voice for advancing DE&I across the financial services industry. More than 150 people are involved in our executive and business councils, DE&I Centre of Excellence and business resource groups representing women, Black, 2SLGBTQIA+ and Indigenous communities – helping us execute our three-pillar strategy. Together, we held events and observances to increase awareness and foster learning and engagement. In addition, our people leaders are required to develop plans that advance DE&I within their teams.


 

70% of our people completed inclusive behaviours training


Broadened our recruiting strategy to source, attract and hire a more diverse workforce


Addressed unconscious bias in the recruitment process


Implemented a targeted approach for recruiting more female financial advisors


Increased our connections with community groups, including new partnerships with Onyx Initiative and Accelerate Her Future™


 

Inclusive workplace

Nurture a culture of allyship and inclusive leadership

Diverse, top talent

Attract, develop, retain and accelerate talent

Clients and brand

Leverage DE&I in the marketplace

Making a difference in our communities

IGM’s Institutional Sales and Service team support Breaking Down Barriers in Collingwood.
IGM employees prepare holiday packages for Hospice Toronto’s Young Carers Program.