TTC recognizes employee excellence, names 2017 Employee of the Year
At an event this evening to celebrate employee excellence, the TTC honoured the late Robert McGrath as its Employee of the Year for 2017.
Robert, who died late last year, was a Station Collector in the Bloor-Danforth East area. He embodied the TTC ambassador in all that he did. On one occasion, he helped a young man who approached him after being beaten up. He cleaned the youth’s wounds, listened to him and offered support and comfort. Robert is missed by all who knew him. This is the first time such an award has been made posthumously.
The Rewards and Recognition program celebrates TTC employees’ demonstrated diligence and dedication to the organization, honouring top performers in the areas of Leadership, Creativity & Innovation, Safety, Customer Service and Teamwork. A key focus of the TTC’s recently released Corporate Plan is to recognize staff for the contributions they make every day and to share stories of TTC employees who exemplify The TTC Way.
“The recipients of these awards exemplify the best of the best at the TTC,” said Rick Leary, Acting CEO. “We’re incredibly proud of this year’s nominees and award recipients, and all of our nearly 15,000 employees for their tireless commitment to delivering safe, reliable service to our customers.”
2017 Award Recipients
Garage Foreperson, Arrow Road Garage Bus Maintenance & Shops
Innovation and Creativity
Revenue Equipment Analyzer, Revenue Operations
Manager, Facilities, Plant Maintenance
Station Collector, Bloor-Danforth East Stations
Instructor, Bus & Maintenance, Human Resources
Electrical Equipment Mechanic, Plant Maintenance
Lifetime Achievement Award
Chief People Officer
CEO Special Award
Head, Customer Communications (Acting)
Employee of the Year (Posthumous)