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They offer flex hours, on-site daycare, transit rebates and free gyms. They’re Canada’s top employers, and they’re raising the benefits bar
Below are the 100 companies in Canada with the most to offer workers. The companies are not ranked — they are classified by industry and presented in alphabetical order.
(X) Indicates number of Canadian full-time employees
Publisher, Toronto. The Thomson Reuters division has compassionate leave top-up payments to 95% of salary for eight weeks; $5,000 in adoption assistance per child. (641)
Compass Group Canada Ltd.
Food services company, Mississauga, Ont. Focused training program to help women advance into management-level positions; compassionate care top-up benefits to 80% of salary for six weeks. (11,942)
Fairmont Hotels Inc.
Luxury hotels & resorts, Toronto. Job opportunities around the world including Cairo and South Africa; discounted rates at the company’s hotels and resorts for employees and their families and friends. (8,836)
IKEA Canada LP
Home furnishings retailer, Burlington, Ont. On-site daycare at some stores; flexible work programs available; career opportunities in over 35 countries. (1,401)
L’Oréal Canada Inc.
Cosmetics company, Montreal. On-site daycare; downtown workplace has specialty coffee bar and bistro, and discount cosmetics boutique; international training courses in Paris and New York City. (1,200)
Mars Canada Inc.
Foodmaker, Bolton, Ont. Canadian candy maker offers snacks at cost in on-site store; vacation purchase program; one-on-one on-site fitness training; generous referral bonuses. (478)
Procter & Gamble Inc.
Consumer products, Toronto. In addition to three paid personal days off, workers can increase vacation days by transferring unused credits from health benefits plan. (2,018)