Informacion sobre empleadores (100 mejores) en Canada
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enero 13, 2010 a las 11:58 am #240126
Esta es la lista de las 100 mejores companias en dar empleo en toda Canada , cabe destacar que
Solo 7 de estas companias estan en la provincia de Quebec
52 en Total en Ontario
26 en Toronto, 12 en Mississauga, 12 en Ottawa ,
18 en BC, 9 en Alberta, 6 en winnipeg, 5 en Sask, 2 halifax, 1 en London , 1 en Oakville, 1 en N.B.
Fr om Friday’s Globe and Mail
Agriculture Financial Services Corp. Lacombe, Alta. Credit intermediation 501 Supports flexible work arrangements, such as shortened work weeks, reduced summer hours and telecommuting.
Agrium Inc. Calgary Fertilizer manufacturing 1,898 Manages an engineer-in-training program designed to expose young employees to a variety of engineering disciplines.
ATB Financial Edmonton Credit unions 4,044 Subsidizes the full cost of tuition for employees completing courses at outside institutions (with no annual maximum).
Alberta-Pacific Forest Industries Inc. Boyle, Alta. Pulp mills 439 Provides up to four weeks paid vacation with the fourth week flexible – employees can take it as time off or as extra income.
AMEC Americas Ltd. Oakville, Ont. Engineering services 4,801 Recently implemented a two-year engineer-in-training program, in which engineering graduates receive mentoring assistance and on-the-job guidance while preparing to write the PEng Ontario licensing exam.
Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario Toronto Labour unions 22 Provides parental leave top-up payments to new fathers and adoptive parents (up to 93 per cent for 37 weeks).
Assumption Mutual Life Insurance Moncton Insurance agencies and brokerages 223 Supports ongoing employee skills development with financial bonuses, a mentoring program and career planning services.
Bank of Montreal Toronto Commercial banking 25,541 Delivers more than 350 courses and training programs at Toronto-based Institute for Learning, a state-of-the-art training facility.
Bayer Inc. Toronto Pharmaceutical manufacturing 963 Has a marché-style cafeteria with healthy menu items, take-home meals, Starbucks coffee and fruit smoothies.
BC Hydro Vancouver Hydroelectric power generation 5,437 Helps employees prepare for retirement with generous contributions to a defined benefit pension plan, and a phased-in retirement work option.
BC Public Service Victoria Government support 26,526 Encourages recent graduates to work at the organization by forgiving up to one-third of their total B.C. student loan amount after each year of employment.
BD Canada Inc. Mississauga, Ont. Medical, dental and hospital equipment and supplies merchant wholesalers 481 Provides subsidized memberships at the fully equipped fitness facility, with available karate and body sculpting classes.
BioWare Edmonton Custom computer programming services 402 Helps employees stay healthy by providing free nutritious breakfasts every day, in addition to free memberships to an onsite gym.
British Columbia Lottery Corp. (BCLC) Kamloops Gambling industries 730 Has a flexible health-benefits plan that includes fully paid health coverage for retired employees (with no age limit).
British Columbia Safety Authority New Westminster, B.C. Regulation, licensing and inspection of miscellaneous commercial sectors 241 Covers child-care costs for employees required to attend company events or business trips.
Business Devel. Bank of Canada (BDC) Montreal Credit intermediation and financing 1,685 Pays referral bonuses (up to $2,000) when employees successfully refer a friend for an available position.
Cameco Corp. Saskatoon Uranium mining and processing 2,761 Helps employees prepare for retirement with matching RRSP contributions, phased-in retirement work options, and fully paid retiree health coverage (with no age limit).
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corp. (CMHC) Ottawa Government support 2,024 Runs a program for experienced or retired employees that lets them share their expertise by working on housing projects overseas.
Canada Post Corp. Ottawa Postal service 61,856 Plays host to long-standing hockey and curling tournaments that bring together employees fr om across Canada for weekends of fun and fundraising for charity.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) Ottawa Grant-making foundations 442 Offers a leadership development program for managers and non-managerial employees.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service Ottawa National security 2,449 Initiated a recruiting campaign to hire more new employees fr om various ethnic communities with success: more than 50 per cent of new intelligence officer hires in 2007 were multilingual.
Capital District Health Authority Halifax Hospitals 6,264 Committed to employee wellness, providing healthy cafeteria options, a religious observance room and a nap room for employees who need a break during the day.
Capital One Services Inc. Toronto Credit card issuing 176 Subsidizes the cost of a transit pass for employees who take public transit to work.
Carswell, a division of Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd. Toronto Book publishers 645 Manages a two-year leadership program for employees with more than 80 per cent of participants promoted upon program completion.
Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto Toronto Children and youth services 607 Provides new mothers with the option of extending their maternity leave for up to three years.
Ceridian Canada Ltd. Winnipeg Payroll services 1,262 Ensures employees’ pets are covered through an innovative pet plan insurance subsidy.
CH2M HILL Canada Ltd. Toronto Environmental consulting services 1,079 Provides employees with a full-time teleworking option, so they can spend more time with their families and reduce commuting time.
Chatham-Kent Health Alliance Chatham-Kent, Ont. Hospitals 706 Operates a “Green Team” environmental committee, whose activities include a monthly newsletter, an employee awareness program, and an annual environmental expo for patients, employees and their families.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario Toronto Professional organization 249 An enlightened employer where more than 65 per cent of management employees are women.
Compass Group Canada Mississauga, Ont. Food service contractors 11,775 Offers generous cash bonuses for achieving certain professional designations (up to $5,000) and operates a focused training program to help women employees advance to management-level positions.
Deeley Harley-Davidson Canada Richmond, B.C. Automobile and other vehicle merchant wholesalers 171 Encourages employees to volunteer in the community by providing paid time off for volunteer activities.
DeltaWare Systems Inc. Charlottetown Custom computer programming services 91 Encourages ongoing employee education through tuition subsidies for in-house and external courses.
Diavik Diamond Mines Inc. (DDMI) Yellowknife Diamond mining 863 Offers one of the most unique work environments in Canada with never-ending summer days and spectacular displays of aurora borealis in the autumn through spring.
Digital Extremes London, Ont. Custom computer programming services 96 An expanding independent Canadian game developer, which added more than 30 new positions last year and employs nearly 100 people.
EllisDon Corporation Mississauga, Ont. Commercial and institutional building construction 884 Considers a new employees’ previous years of experience when determining their starting vacation entitlement.
Enbridge Inc. Calgary Natural gas distribution 3,981 Offers new employees three weeks of vacation to start, plus a dozen paid personal days off (depending on location).
Ericsson Canada Inc. Montreal Wireless communications 1,734 Has an onsite daycare centre (with 54 spaces) for new parents when returning to work.
Ernst & Young LLP Toronto Certified public accountants 4,111 Gives employees the opportunity to work for up to 18 months abroad through a number of international work programs.
Export Development Canada Ottawa International trade financing 1,075 Offers employees language instruction in English, French, Spanish, Russian and Arabic.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts Toronto Hotels and motels 8,643 A creative corporate citizen, fr om donating unused furniture to local women’s shelters to providing luxury hotel accommodations to children and their families through the Make-A-Wish Foundation.
Gamma-Dynacare Medical Laboratories Inc. Brampton, Ont. Medical laboratories 1,422 Helps employees prepare for retirement through phased-in retirement options, retirement planning counselling and matching RRSP contributions (to 4 per cent of salary).
Gay Lea Foods Co-operative Limited Mississauga, Ont. Creamery/butter manufacturing 468 Helps employees balance their working and personal lives through a variety of alternative work options, including flexible scheduling, reduced summer hours, telecommuting and a 35-hour work week with full pay.
George Brown College Toronto Colleges, universities and professional schools 1,300 Gives employees free memberships to their onsite fitness facility, in addition to subsidized fitness programs.
Goldcorp Inc. Vancouver Gold ore mining 2,350 Lets employees share in the fruits of their labours through a share-purchase plan and year-end bonuses for all employees.
Golder Associates Ltd. Burnaby, B.C. Engineering services 2,541 Supports numerous charities at home and maintains a charitable trust fund to help orphans living through the AIDS crisis in Africa.
Great Little Box Company Ltd. Vancouver Corrugated and solid fibre box manufacturing 172 An enlightened privately held employer that opens its books each month to employees.
The Halifax Herald Ltd. Halifax Newspaper publishers 325 Gives employees a paid day off on their birthday.
Hamilton Health Sciences Corp. Hamilton Hospitals 5,682 Helps internationally trained physicians find health-care placements in Canada.
Hewlett-Packard (Canada) Co. Mississauga, Ont. Electronic computer manufacturing 3,871 Offers a generous, flexible health benefits plan with no waiting period for new employees.
Hill and Knowlton Canada Toronto Public relations agencies 226 Celebrates the end of each week with a travelling beer cart that winds through the office.
Honeywell Ltd. Mississauga, Ont.
Heating/ventilation/air-conditioning control systems for residential and commercial use 4,590 Helps employees save for retirement with a defined contribution pension plan, matching RRSP contributions and organized social events for retirees.
Information Services Corporation of Saskatchewan (ISC) Regina Title, abstract and settlement offices 274 Encourages employees to develop their skills by providing full tuition subsidies for courses at outside institutions.
Johnson Incorporated St. John’s Insurance agencies and brokerages 1,066 Encourages employees to pursue professional designations by offering financial bonuses (up to $2,000) upon successful completion.
KPMG LLP Toronto Certified public accountants 5,245 Offers parental leave top-up for adoptive parents and financial support (to $20,000) to help cover adoption-related expenses.
L’Oréal Canada Inc. Montreal Toiletry product manufacturing 1,200 Offers early Friday closings in the winter and summer, letting employees start their weekends early all year round.
Loblaw Companies Limited Brampton, Ont. Supermarkets and other grocery (except convenience) stores 31,670 Manages an 18-month internship program for recent graduates, in fields such as marketing, merchandising, IT, human resources and finance.
Mars Canada Inc. Bolton, Ont. Confectionery manufacturing 472 Hosts weekly visits fr om a wellness co-ordinator who provides one-on-one fitness training.
McGill University Montreal Colleges, universities and professional schools 5,604 Participates in a inter-university leadership development program, where senior staff work on joint projects at other institutions.
MDS Nordion Inc. Ottawa Electromedical and electrotherapeutic apparatus manufacturing 616 Located on a 60-acre campus in the heart of the city’s technology community, yet is also close to residential communities.
Meridian Credit Union St. Catharines, Ont. Credit unions 745 An industry leader that provides compassionate leave top-up benefits (to 75 per cent of salary for four weeks).
Monsanto Canada Inc. Winnipeg Pesticide and agricultural chemical manufacturing 272 Encourages ongoing employee development with generous tuition subsidies (up to $10,000) for courses at outside institutions.
Mountain Equipment Co-op Vancouver Sporting goods store 582 Head office employees can stay healthy with on-site yoga classes, shower facilities for bicycle commuters, and a private nap room for breaks during the day.
MTS Allstream Inc. Winnipeg Telecommunications 6,424 Pays generous referral bonuses (up to $3,000) when employees refer someone successfully hired by the company.
NB Power Fredericton Hydroelectric power generation 2,465 Operates a unique earned time-off program that lets employees take leaves of absence (up to two months) while receiving their deferred pay.
New Flyer Industries Canada ULC Winnipeg Transit bus manufacturing 1,288 Provides full salaries to millwright, tool-and-die and machinist apprentices during their training, as well as tuition subsidies for courses taken at outside institutions.
Next Level Games Inc. Vancouver Custom computer programming services 95 Offers flexible work hours, telecommuting and lets employees bring their pets to work when needed.
Novartis Pharmaceuticals Canada Inc. Dorval, Que. Pharmaceutical preparation manufacturing 792 Committed to employee wellness, providing employees with free memberships to an on-site fitness facility, healthy menu cafeteria options, and a nap room for breaks during the day.
Office of the Auditor General of Canada Ottawa Government support 705 Offers an unpaid leave of absence program – one employee recently spent one year of travelling and living aboard a sailboat.
OMNI Health Care Limited Partnership Peterborough, Ont. Nursing care facilities 1,137 Starts employees at three weeks paid vacation, in addition to seven days off during the Christmas holiday and personal paid days off.
Ontario Power Generation Inc. Toronto Hydroelectric power generation 11,915 Has an employee-led committee to review funding requests fr om charitable and non-profit organizations.
Ontario Public Service Toronto Government support 67,339 Recently introduced internship and training programs to recruit new graduates and young professionals into the civil service.
PCL Constructors Inc. Edmonton Commercial and institutional building construction 2,066 Lets all employees share in the company’s success through a share-purchase plan – the firm is 100-per-cent employee owned.
PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP Toronto Certified public accountants 6,048 Donates $300 to an employee’s favourite charity when they volunteer more than 50 hours a year and donates $10,000 on behalf of its employee volunteer of the year.
Procter & Gamble Inc. Toronto Toiletry product manufacturing 1,912 Lets employees increase their vacation days by transferring unused credits fr om their health benefits plan and offers three-month paid leaves of absence every seven years.
Queen’s University Kingston Colleges, universities and professional schools 3,669 Helps employees with young children with an offsite daycare subsidy (up to $2,000 per child, per year).
Research In Motion Limited Waterloo Wireless communications 8,576 Lets all employees share in the company’s success through a profit-sharing plan and year-end bonuses.
Royal Bank of Canada Toronto Commercial banking 52,500 Helps employees save for a secure retirement through a defined-benefit pension plan, a money-purchase pension plan as well as a share-purchase plan.
Royal British Columbia Museum Corp. Victoria Museums 115 Manages a transitional retirement work program that helps older employees gradually leave the work force.
Royal Canadian Mint Ottawa Government support 796 Offers employees exceptional parental leave top-up payments (up to 93 per cent of salary for 52 weeks) for new mothers.
SAS Institute Canada, Inc. Toronto Custom computer services 226 Employees have their own band, called the “SASations,” which performs at company events.
Saskatchewan Gov’t Insurance (SGI) Regina Direct property and casualty insurance carriers 1,699 Provides employees with an interest-free loan (up to $3,000) toward the purchase of a new home computer.
SaskEnergy Incorporated Regina Natural gas distribution 1,031 Encourages employees to put their skills to use by performing simple home energy upgrades for low-income families.
SaskTel Regina Telecommunications 3,260 Offers employees free memberships to their onsite fitness facility and is located close to running trails along Wascana Lake.
Shell Canada Limited Calgary Crude petroleum and natural gas extraction 5,514 Offers a number of work-life balance initiatives, fr om helping employees find child care and schools for their children to senior-care facilities across Canada for aging parents.
Siemens Canada Limited Mississauga, Ont. Engineering services 4,218 Supports ongoing employee development, paying one month’s salary as a financial bonus to employees who complete their professional project management designation.
Simon Fraser University Burnaby, B.C. Colleges, universities and professional schools 4,381 Employees can take advantage of an onsite daycare facility as well as a summer day-camp program for school-age children of employees.
Sophos Inc. Vancouver Custom computer services 189 Helps employees save for retirement with a matching RRSP plan.
Statistics Canada Ottawa Government support 5,844 Has an onsite daycare (with more than 40 spaces) that also offers emergency short-term daycare service.
Stikeman Elliott LLP Toronto/Montreal Law firms 1,286 Provides internship and mentorship opportunities to at-risk youth as part of a Toronto-area program designed to help disadvantaged children stay in school.
Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre Toronto Hospitals 5,049 Recently implemented unique inter-professional education sessions, in which employees fr om different areas of expertise meet to discuss how they can work together more effectively and improve patient care.
TD Bank Financial Group Toronto Commercial banking 37,088 Recently developed a training curriculum, in partnership with Ryerson University, to provide cultural training to internationally educated professionals.
Telus Corporation Vancouver Telecommunications 25,961 Supports a variety of alternative work options, including flexible hours, reduced summer hours and a 35-hour work week, with full pay.
Toronto Community Housing Corp. Toronto Residential property managers 1,403 Introduced a new healthy workplace plan, whose initiatives include an employee walking club, free health clinics, and lunch and learn sessions on a variety of wellness topics.
Toronto Hydro Corporation Toronto Electric power distribution 1,450 Employees have the chance to win a week of paid vacation as part of the company’s fundraising efforts for the United Way.
Toyota Motor Manu. Canada Inc. Cambridge, Ont. Automobile manufacturing 5,954 Provides parental leave top-up payments for new mothers (up to 65 per cent for 52 weeks) and new fathers (up to 65 per cent for 37 weeks)
Trican Well Service Ltd. Calgary Support activities for oil and gas operations 1,486 Provides a number of financial benefits, including preferred rates on mortgages and personal loans, profit sharing and matching RRSP contributions (up to 5 per cent of salary).
Upside Software Inc. Edmonton Custom computer programming services 149 Rewards exceptional employee performance with cash bonuses and other awards, including a one-week trip for two to Baja, Calif.
Vancouver Island Health Authority Victoria Hospitals 17,397 Supports ongoing employee skills development by sponsoring nursing employees who wish to pursue post-graduate training.
City of Vancouver Vancouver Government 6,644 A community leader that provides six-month work experience terms to individuals recovering fr om drug addiction in partnership with local community organizations.
Yellow Pages Group Co. Verdun, Que. Directory and mailing list publishers 2,402 Extends fully paid health benefit coverage to retired employees, with no age limit.enero 14, 2010 a las 5:16 am #240127
Un titular para complementar la informacion..
Économie : Quality of life : Going places ? Big cities aren’t best
A new report of most desirable cities to move to, Toronto and Montreal don’t make the cut. Instead, cities such as Calgary and St-John’s get top honours for superior cultural, economical and educational attributes The globe and mailenero 14, 2010 a las 8:11 am #240128
<<Solo 7 de estas companias estan en la provincia de Quebec >>
No estoy absolutamente interesado en participar en esos cansones y totalmente inútiles debates de Québec vs resto de Canadá pero esta afirmación necesita aclaratoria, sobretodo para los foristas que todavía no viven en Canadá y que están considerando establecerse en la provincia de Québec
La ciudad que aparece al lado del nombre de las empresas es la ciudad donde está la sede corporativa de esas empresas, pero de ninguna manera quiere decir que solo 7 de esas empresas tienen presencia en la provincia de Québec o que no hay oportunidades de empleo en esas empresas en la provincia de Québec, por ejemplo AMEC, Bank of Montreal (pareciera evidente que esta empresa tiene presencia en Québec), Bayer, CHMC, Canada Post, CSIS, Capital One, Ceridian, CH2M HILL, Ellis Don, Loblaws, Siemens, Shell Canada, PCL Constructors, TD Bank, Telus, etc….todas estas empresas tienen operaciones y oficinas en Québec.
Yo también cuestionaría cuáles fueron los criterios para elaborar la lista pues hay algunos ausentes sospechosos, por ejemplo Air Canada, Bell Canada, Bombardier, Exxon-Mobil, Pratt&Whitney……..enero 14, 2010 a las 8:40 am #240129
No es por entrar en debates ni nada, pero estoy totalmente de acuerdo con el amigo verdi. De hecho:
Quote Telus Corporation Vancouver Telecommunications 25,961 Supports a variety of alternative work options, including flexible hours, reduced summer hours and a 35-hour work week, with full pay.
Hay como 5 edificios (cuidado si no mas), que yo haya visto de TELUS en Toronto, así que esto afirma lo que dice el amigo verdi.
Por cierto, verdi nombra mas empresas, yo también me pregunto cosas como UBISOFT ,EA , compañías reconocidas de desarrollo de juegos bien importantes.
Al leer el primer mensaje lo que habla (a mi parecer), es de como es la vida una vez que esta DENTRO de la compañía, o sea, los beneficios, cantidad de empleados, ubicación, etc.
Mas eso no significa que sean compañías que actualmente estén "reclutando gente" y que hayan grandes oportunidades de trabajo. De hecho, muchas de esas compañías que se nombran les puedo decir que han sacado gente estos últimos meses. Esto es algo que también se debe tomar en cuenta.
Muchas compañías pequeñas también son buenas y buscan gente y esto ayuda a prepararse para luego quizás entrar en estas "grandes corporaciones".
Considero que las oportunidades están en todos lados, solo es cuestión de estar en el lugar indicado y el momento preciso.
Saludos!enero 14, 2010 a las 10:58 am #240130
Muy de acuerdo con los dos ultimos comentarios. Por otra parte aclaro que el titular que coloque (de la misma publicacion de las lista de empleadores) hace referencia a que la calidad de vida en las ciudades mas grandes ha desmejorado en compracion a ciudades menos populosas pero con infraestructuras y medio ambiente adecuados para acoger nuevos inmigrantes. Ciudades menos grandes son menos costosas y el mercado laboral es en muchos casos mas abiertos, claro esta que todo depende de su campo de experticia laboral y el idioma que mejor dominen. Y un ultimo detalle, la humildad donde vayan…enero 14, 2010 a las 3:20 pm #240131
Saludos a todos, alguien me podria explicar o indicar alguna pagina sobre la certificacion para la carrera de Administracion de Empresas en Toronto requerida para ejercer plenamente y por supuesto tener opcion en el campo laboral, de manera que pueda irme documentando desde aqui en cuanto a costos, tiempo aproximado, lugar, etc
Gracias de antemano
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