Re: Opportunity and inclusion
I agree. I work for one of the top 50 Canadian companies rated by Glassdoor, and honestly, the culture is great. Not only do they have flexible working arrangements which helps with employee happiness, it's often the little things that make the difference. While we don't have the luxury of all-out ".COM" benefits, having dogs at work, the monthly beer social, means better synergy between teams and less disgruntled employees. Coming from some horrible cultures, it's nice to see companies actually take a vested interest in keeping employees happy. it's win-win, employees tend to stick around longer because it's harder to want to leave a good corporate culture, and happy workers are productive workers.