Posted on December 3, 2021 at 5:02 p.m.
Halton Region was named one of the GTA’s Top Employers for the 11e consecutive year.
The annual award is presented by Mediacorp and recognizes organizations that provide exceptional work environments that promote employee engagement, well-being and success.
The region was also recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for recent graduates for 2022.
“Providing a supportive work environment for our people is always a high priority and we are very proud to once again receive the Greater Toronto Area’s Top Employers award,” said Halton Regional President Gary Carr.
“Our incredible staff continue to go above and beyond to deliver high quality essential programs and services, including our continued response to the pandemic and the rollout of COVID-19 vaccines. We will continue to maintain a positive work environment and make Halton Region one of the best places to work.
The region employs over 2,500 professionals who provide a variety of programs and services useful to residents of Burlington, Halton Hills, Milton and Oakville.
The competition examines submissions from the public and private sectors, including national and multinational organizations, and is based on a comprehensive and broad set of criteria.
In reviewing Halton for the award, Mediacorp looked at Halton’s wellness programs, opportunities for recent graduates, support for new parents, professional development and training, and the resources available to them. staff to support their health and well-being during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Halton Region has been selected as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Recent Graduates for the third year in a row as part of the Career Directory, an entry-level recruiting guide for recent college and university graduates.
Halton has been recognized for its internship program which helps recent graduates find work in their field. Interns work closely with a diverse team of professionals to gain experience while providing high quality services to residents and businesses of Halton.
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