Company Profiles feature Canadian organizations that have been recognized in some way by the community as excellent employers. Often they have won awards, like Canada’s Top Small and Medium Employers or Glassdoor’s Best Places to work award, and are nationally or internationally recognized as great places to work.
Fidelity Canada had to find ways to connect virtually — not only at the broader organizational level but also at the department level.
Employees at the Town of Newmarket pull through in good form despite Pandemic conditions.
Welch LLP directed half of the money it would have spent on its Christmas party to a charity; the other half went to staff recognition and a gift card program.
“A big part of our culture is the connection and the interactions between our teams, but we’ve had to re-tweak how we do some of those things.” says Kim Macey of DP World.
There’s the fruit of culture and the root of culture. The fruit is the tangible, the archetypes of culture that you can see, taste, touch and feel. The root is the intangible, your values.
Culture doesn’t need a location to exist. Even with a pandemic, it’s always changing, but the opportunity here is for it to evolve.
Apotex employee engagement going strong after adapting and setting up new structures during COVID-19.