The Ian Martin Group is proud to announce that for the third year in a row, we’ve been named one of the Top 50 Best Workplaces in Canada by the Great Place to Work Institute.
Every fall, we survey our entire staff team using the GPTW Institute’s anonymous “Trust Index” survey to gain insight into how our people feel about working here. The survey measures Credibility, Respect, Fairness, Pride and Camaraderie and with 93% of all employees responding, it’s an accurate window into how we rank on each topic. But while the numbers tell a big part of the story – and one that keeps getting better according to our rise in the ranking over the years! – it is the 17 pages of comments included in the survey results that capture the heart of this place. Here are a few highlights:
“Employees are included in major updates/decisions about the company, and are given a voice. Senior management’s transparency with how the company is experiencing growth/struggles is unique, and encourages ownership thinking. Successes are truly celebrated.”
“The owner(s) and management team are driven by an absolute conviction that – although profitability is essential for its sustainability – the value of the company should be measured equally by its contributions and benefits to community and society, both locally and globally.”
“We are trying to change not only how we do business as an organization but how the change the rules on how to do business. We are forging a new path.”
“The Ian Martin Group is a great place to work because of the people! The organization is always looking to improve the company and the culture and are always working to make things better.”
Congratulations to each and every member of the IMG team on an amazing third win! You are the heart and soul of this place and we’re all so excited about what lies ahead.
(Can’t you tell?)
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