The winners of the 16th Annual Canada’s Top Employers for Young People editorial competition have been released by Mediacorp Canada Inc. in partnership with The Globe and Mail, and we are so pleased to congratulate our clients who won!
Winning employers are recognized as being Canada’s leaders for offering the best workplaces and programs for young people starting their careers. The editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers evaluate each employer on their programs and initiatives they offer young adults, such as co-ops, internships, training and development, scholarships, and mentorship. Editors also examine each employer’s career management program on how they develop entry level workers to be able to advance within the organization.
Congratulations to our clients whose special programs for young people are being celebrated for excellence!
Bell Canada: Offering internships to new and recent grads, with more than 1,000 internships to date!
Ford Motor Co. of Canada Ltd.: Highlighted for creating a leadership course, “Thirty under 30” to help young employees learn engagement skills
Labatt Brewing Co. Ltd.: Launched a new intern onboarding app that has assisted new hires with information and daily updates to help with their onboarding experience.
Procter & Gamble Inc.: Highlighted for creating a New Hire Network for employees that have been with the company three years or less.
Rogers Communications Inc.: Created a job-shadowing program that allows employees to work in various roles within the company to learn and explore different career paths, called “Walk a Mile in My Shoes”
Sun Life Financial Inc.: Highlighted for their rotational leadership development program to provide recent grads the chance to rotate and explore different roles.