TORONTO, April 20, 2017 /CNW/ - On Wednesday, April 26 the Awards Ceremony and Gala dinner for the Best Workplaces in Canada will take place at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, hosted by Scott Peterson, CBC News Network.
Thursday, April 27, the Globe & Mail will publish the list of 2017 Best Workplaces in Canada. This list is the measuring stick of workplace culture success.
Get an insider's look at the Best Workplaces in Canada and learn what they're doing that's measurably different than the competition. These organizations are outperforming their peers financially and in terms of innovation, collaboration and productivity.
NOTE: Great Place to Work will accept a limited number of advance interview requests with winning organizations. Be among the first to speak with leaders in these organizations – we will arrange your interview.
Organizations are ranked in 3 categories:
- Best Workplaces, Small (15 – 49 employees)
- Best Workplaces, Medium (50 – 999 employees),
- Best Workplaces Large/ Multinational (>1,000 employees globally).
Special Guest Speaker this year: Ted Garrard, CEO, SickKids Foundation
"At the core of this competition is an employee survey; this is central to the value of the award and a big part of what makes companies so proud to receive it. It is the employees that decide which companies are recognized on the list. For over 30 years, Great Place to Work has used this rigorous approach to identify and build high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. These organizations have demonstrated that a focused and systematic investment in culture will pay significant and sustained dividends." Nancy Fonseca, Sr. VP
About Great Place to Work
GPTW is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Employee data used for this ranking is unedited, providing a true insider's view the employee experience. GPTW recognizes the world's Best Workplaces in a series of 40 global lists including those published by Fortune magazine (USA) and The Globe & Mail (Canada). GPTW provides the benchmarks, framework and recognize outstanding workplace cultures. Canada has one of the highest benchmarks in the world for employee Trust levels in organizations.
SOURCE Great Place To Work(R) Institute Canada
For further information: Nancy Fonseca, Vice President, [email protected], www.greatplacetowork.ca