Canada's 10 best places to work in 2021, according to Glassdoor

'COVID-19 is in the driver's seat and every employer in Canada has been impacted'

Canada's 10 best places to work in 2021, according to Glassdoor

If the past few months has taught us anything, it’s that the key to a company’s survival hinges on its people.

Earlier this week Glassdoor announced their list for Canada’s 10 Best Places to Work in 2021, based on their overall rating achieved in the past year.

"COVID-19 is in the driver's seat and every employer in Canada has been impacted. This year's winning employers have proven, according to employees, that even during extraordinary times, they'll rise to the challenge to support their people," added Christian Sutherland-Wong, Glassdoor chief executive officer.

"A mission-driven culture, transparent leadership and career opportunities are always hallmarks of Best Places to Work winners. This year, we also see exceptional employers who have prioritized the health, safety and well-being of their employees. My congratulations go to all of this year's outstanding Employees' Choice Award winners."

The top winners were found to be;

  1. Google (4.5 rating)             
  2. Microsoft (4.4 rating)
  3. TC Energy* (4.4 rating)
  4. Apple (4.4 rating)
  5. belairdirect (4.4 rating)
  6. Sage (4.3 rating)
  7. lululemon (4.5 rating)
  8. SAP (4.3 rating)
  9. Manpower (4.3 rating)
  10. Salesforce (4.3 rating)

The average rating for employers on Glassdoor was found to be 3.5. Winners were chosen based on an awards algorithm - determined based on the quantity, quality and consistency of Glassdoor-approved company reviews.

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