In 12 years, BMO women execs rise from 9 to 35 per cent

By Rose M. Patten
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 12/16/2002

Business strategy must be linked to employees. And if you’re taking full advantage of all your people can offer, that means attention to the advancement of women.

That’s the strategy being followed at the BMO Financial Group, one of the largest employers in the country with almost 34,000 employees in Canada and the United States.

At BMO, people strategies must result in measurable outcomes designed to successfully execute customer-focused business strategies. In this context BMO’s human resources strategy focuses on three imperatives: