Great Place to Work®: The top 50 companies in Canada

The awards celebrate the most impressive workplaces across the country

Great Place to Work®: The top 50 companies in Canada

Great Place to Work® Institute Canada has released their annual list of the ‘best workplaces in Canada’.

The awards celebrate the most impressive workplaces across the country, taking into consideration employee surveys, independent reviews and policy checks.

After utilizing proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and certification programs Great Place to Work® provides an industry benchmark to measure success upon.

“We are honoured to work with organizations who work year-round to provide great workplaces for their employees," added Jose Tolovi Neto, CEO, Great Place to Work® Canada. “We look forward to continuing to fulfill our mission of building a better world by creating great workplaces for all.”

The awards celebrate companies in three distinct sections; small (less than 100 employees), medium (100-999 employees) and large (1,000+ employees).

The winner of the smaller category was found to be Habanero, Wynford/EventSimple and Resolver Inc. For the medium sized organizations, the top three businesses are Kicking Horse Coffee, Ian Martin Group and Flipp Corporation.

We’ve listed the top 50 winners of the large organizations below;

  1. Salesforce
  2. Ultimate Software
  3. Whirlpool Canada
  4. Stryker
  5. Intuit Canada
  6. Grant Thornton LLP
  7. The Capital Markets Company Limited (CAPCO)
  8. 3M Canada
  9. Ryan ULC
  10. Mercedes-Benz Financial Services Canada
  11. KFC
  12. Edelman Public Relations Worldwide Canada Inc.
  13. Admiral Insurance
  14. Ceridian
  15. SAP Canada
  16. Randstad Canada
  17. Indeed Canada Corp
  18. AbbVie Corporation
  19. Cadence
  20. Mastercard Canada
  21. Astellas Pharma Canada, Inc.
  22. Phoenix Contact Ltd
  23. Kronos Incorporated
  24. Corby Spirit and Wine Limited
  25. Dun & Bradstreet Canada
  26. ARI
  27. EY
  28. FCT
  29. Cactus Restaurants Ltd.
  30. Morningstar Canada
  31. Devon Canada
  32. Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd.
  33. JOEY Restaurant Group
  34. Hyundai Auto Canada Corp.
  35. G Adventures
  36. Wavemaker Canada ULC
  37. Meltwater
  38. RBC
  39. Kiewit
  40. TJX Canada
  41. TD Bank Group
  42. Capital One Canada
  43. Hilti Canada Corporation
  44. BMO Financial Group
  45. SC Johnson
  46. LoyaltyOne Co.
  47. VW Credit Canada, Inc.
  48. Hill+Knowlton Strategies Canada
  49. Softchoice
  50. The Adecco Group, Canada

These winners clearly know when they’re on to something good – as several of them are partnering with HRD Canada to launch HR Tech Summit in Toronto on 26th & 27th of June.

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