VMAC makes 2020 list Of Best Workplaces in Canada
Nanaimo, B.C., Canada — VMAC is being recognized as one of the Best Workplaces in Canada, joining the top 50 organizations in the nation.
To be eligible for the Best Workplaces in Canada list, organizations must be Great Place To Work Certified in the last 12 months, which requires coworkers to complete a confidential Trust Index Survey. In the survey, employees must agree over a myriad of criteria that their workplace is a “great place to work.”
“It’s an honor to be named one of Canada’s Best Workplaces,” said Tod Gilbert, VMAC’s president. “This recognition is particularly meaningful as it was decided by our co-workers, who collectively agreed that VMAC is a great place to work. To be named as one of the top 50 organizations in the country is validation that VMAC’s success is due to our extraordinary people-centric culture.”
The Canada’s Best Workplaces list includes organizations from across Canada in diverse industries, including manufacturing, professional services, finance and insurance, healthcare, technology, retail and hospitality and more. What each organization has in common is a commitment to invest in their people, and their unwavering commitment to create a wonderful and rewarding workplace for all.
This latest Best Workplaces in Canada achievement comes just one month after VMAC was named one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies for the second year in a row.
“During these times of uncertainty, it’s especially important to have a consistent long-term vision, supported by a high-trust culture,” noted Gordon Duval, VMAC’s vice president of marketing and sales. “VMAC is resilient, and our team is committed to the success of our customers, our business partners and our community during these times. We will continue to work together as a team and celebrate our successes as a family.”
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