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The Winners: Alberta’s Best Workplaces 2011

A peek inside Alberta’s Best Workplaces for 2011

May 19, 2011

by Max Fawcett, Geoffrey Morgan and Cailynn Klingbeil

The economic recovery is alive and well in our province, if the fourth annual edition of Alberta’s Best Workplaces is any indication. More importantly, it shows that employees are sharing in the spoils of this success. Winners and finalists in 12 categories were selected in February from among 66 qualified applications from enterprises operating in Alberta by a panel of five judges representing Alberta Venture and the Human Resources Management Association of Edmonton. Applicants were evaluated on policies, general H.R., category-specific criteria and overall excellence. Alberta’s Best Workplaces is made possible by the support of presenting sponsor, Edmonton Destination Hotels Downtown. Most of all, these awards are a credit to the companies that have put their names forward and the employees that give life to them and their values on a daily basis.

Best Overall Workplace
(750 Plus employees)
Servus Credit UnionBest Workplace for
Health and Safety
Flint Energy Services Ltd.

Best Workplace for
Deloitte & Touche LLP

Best Workplace for
Servus Credit Union

Best Workplace for
Volunteerism and Community Involvement
Firstenergy Capital Corp.

Best Workplace
(Under 100 employees)
Arcurve Inc.

Best Workplace for
Perks and Incentives
Ernst & Young LLPBest Workplace for
Devfacto Technologies Inc.

Best Workplace for
Training and Development
Epcor Utilities Inc.

Best Workplace for the
Environmentally Conscious
Stikeman Elliott LLP

Best Workplace for
Working Parents
Ernst & Young LLP

Best Workplace
(101 to 750 employees)
Crescent Point Energy Corp.

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