Also in this issue: Why a Wall Street bailout won't save the
U.S. economy - or ours.
On newsstands today.
TORONTO, Oct. 2 /CNW/ - Want an employer that goes out of its way to make
you happy? You've come to the right place. For the eighth year running,
Maclean's, in partnership with Toronto publisher Mediacorp, presents an
in-depth analysis of the trends in Canada's public and private sectors. After
12 months of investigation, Maclean's presents the 100 best places in Canada
to build a career to fit your life and goals. It's not a ranking, but a
compendium that sheds light on what the best employers are doing to retain
talent. Some of those perks include: generous pensions, training courses in
New York, a weekly beer cart, flex hours, on-site daycare, free gyms, transit
rebates and four-week vacations for new employees.
Some of Canada's top employers include:
- HSBC Bank Canada, financial services, Vancouver
- Canadian Pacific Railway, rail carrier, Calgary
- PCL Construction Group Inc., general contractor, Edmonton
- Boeing Canada Technology Ltd., aerospace composite manufacturer,
- Fairmont Hotels Inc., luxury hotels and resorts, Toronto
- McGill University, university, Montreal
ALSO IN THIS REPORT:
- The Worst Job I Ever Had: How backstabbers, evil bosses and
dumb rules taught our top firms what not to do
- Diversity or Death: Some firms are slowly realizing they need
minorities just to survive
- Bad Bosses: They're not incompetent, they really hate you
- Why You Won't Get On-site Daycare
The full list of Canada's top 100 employers can be found in the issue of
Maclean's hitting newsstands today, at www.macleans.ca, or to media through
the contact below.
PLUS: THE ECONOMY - IS THE WORST YET TO COME?
A rescue plan for the U.S. economy is still in the works, but it is
likely already too late. Bailout or no bailout, America's financial system is
bucking under stresses that have been building for years, if not decades. The
world's largest economy has been erected on a mountain of debt from the
national government right down to ordinary people with hefty mortgages and
maxed-out plastic. The problems are systemic, affect every corner of the
economy and are spilling across borders to affect other nations as well. Some
analysts are even predicting a depression the likes of which we haven't seen
since the 1930s.
Maclean's is Canada's only national weekly current affairs magazine.
Maclean's enlightens, engages and entertains 2.9 million readers with strong
investigative reporting and exclusive stories from leading journalists in the
fields of international affairs, social issues, national politics, business
and culture. Visit www.macleans.ca.
For further information:
For further information: Louise Leger, (416) 764-4124,