Fuller Landau LLP ranks #11 on Top 25 Employers list
Fuller Landau LLP is proud to be named among the Top 25 Best Small and Medium Employers in Canada. This year's Top 25 ranking of Canada's best small and medium employers is the fourth annual undertaking by Queen's Centre for Business Venturing at the Queen's School of Business and human resources company Hewitt Associates in partnership with The Globe and Mail.
"This recognition is testimony to the outstanding quality of dedicated people that make up Fuller Landau", said Michael Epstein, Managing Partner. "Collectively, we have committed ourselves to ensuring that our people have a rewarding career at our firm which results in recruiting and retaining the best talent as an employer of choice for professionals. Consequently, our clients benefit from a client service team of enthusiastic and dedicated people focused on exceeding their expectations."
Becoming a Top Best Small and Medium Employer is a very detailed and competitive process. This national awards program recognizes top employers with between 50 and 400 employees. This study mirrors the renowned Best Employer in Canada initiative run by partner, Hewitt Associates; however, caters to smaller businesses.
The rankings are primarily determined using the results from anonymous Employee Opinion Surveys. Here, 17 key engagement drivers are detailed and analyzed. The evaluation process also includes the assessment of organization practices and perspectives from the leadership team. This year, more than 150 companies across Canada registered to participate in the study.
Study partners include Queen's School of Business, Queen's Centre for Business Venturing and Hewitt Associates. More information about the Best Small & Medium Employers in Canada is available online.
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