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Golder named Top 10 Canadian company for fourth time


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February 11, 2014 by Hazmat Management



Major Canadian hiring locations

Vancouver BC, Calgary AB,

Toronto ON, Montréal QC

Full-time employees in Canada


Part-time employees in Canada


Full-time employees worldwide


Average age of employees in Canada


New jobs created in Canada last year


Workforce engaged on a contract basis


Longest serving employee

49 years

Consulting engineering firm Golder Associates Ltd. has been selected by the Financial Post and Mediacorp as one of Canada’s Ten Best Companies to Work For in 2014.

As part of the Canada’s Top 100 Employers competition, this special designation is reserved for fast-growing Canadian organizations that offer exceptional career advancement opportunities and progressive employee benefits.

This is the third consecutive year — and fourth time overall — that Golder has earned Canada’s Top Ten Employers Award. Integrating human development into its culture, the organization has created a work environment ripe with opportunities. With access to an employee share-purchase plan, a generous benefits package, international employee exchange opportunities, and a “Golder U” training and development program, Golder is consistently recognized as one of Canada’s ten best places to work.

“Being 100 per cent-employee owned, our people are our organization,” said Heather Angel, National Leader of Human Development, in a statement to media. “Our success is built on offering our colleagues the freedom to excel, knowledge to find the answers, and passion to make a difference for our clients and communities.”

Golder has also been named one of Alberta’s Top 65 Employers for 2014 for the fourth year running.

To learn why Golder Associates is one of Canada’s best places to work, visit our webpage at golder.ca/careers.

For the full breakdown of why Golder won the award, please click here.

2014 Winners

Aecon Group Inc.
Golder Associates Ltd.
Nuance Communications Canada Inc.
OpenText Corporation
Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan Inc.
Shell Canada Limited
TD Bank Group
Technip Canada Limited
Toyota Motor Manufacturing Canada Inc. / TMMC
West Fraser Timber Co. Ltd.