Aviva, Hyundai among Best Workplaces for Women

Aviva Canada is one of the Best Workplaces Managed by Women and is also among the Best Workplaces for Women, according to Great Place to Work®.

The first list showcases the “remarkable progress” women are making in “ascending to top leadership roles” within Canadian businesses, Great Place to Work reports.

Aviva Canada is a leading property and casualty insurance. “Prioritizing our people’s well-being helps us to be there for our customers,” says CEO Tracy Garrad. “At Aviva, our culture emphasizes the importance of mental health and wellness. Together, our inclusive culture and comprehensive well-being benefits ensure that Aviva Canada is not only a great place to work, but a place where people can succeed by being themselves.”

Maximum People Performance in Richmond Hill, which outsources human resources and employment law services, also made the list of Best Workplaces Managed by Women. It offers perks that include a Registered Retirement Savings Plan matching program, investment in professional development and time off to contribute towards charitable work.

To be eligible for the Best Workplaces Managed by Women, organizations must be Great Place to Work – Certified™ in the past year and have a female president or CEO. The best workplaces were determined by the average Trust Index score of eligible organizations.

Hyundai Auto Canada (HAC), the first subsidiary of Hyundai Motor Company outside of Korea, is also among Best Workplaces for Women. Its recent partnership announcement as the first-ever official vehicle partner of the Professional Women’s Hockey League underscores its commitment to its diverse customer base.

By supporting women in sports, HAC says it’s taking active steps to ensure equal representation in partnerships that would be representative of its values and help bridge the gender gap in all its business dealings. HAC is also celebrating the five-year anniversary of Women@HAC, an employee resource group that promotes dialogue for change and the empowerment of female team members, customers and partners.

“This award is testament to all the incredibly talented women in our organization who help propel our business forward,” says Jennifer Maki, senior manager of Human Resources. “Our goal as an organization is to have a workplace were everyone thrives on the professional and personal levels.”

To be eligible for the Best Workplaces for Women list, organizations must be Great Place to Work – Certified™ in the past year. At least 50 female employees must complete the survey and at least 90 per cent of all respondents must agree that people are treated fairly regardless of their gender. The best workplaces were based on the average Trust Index score from female employees in eligible organizations.

A group of women from all levels at Hyundai Canada and Genesis Canada commemorate their Great Place to Work recognition at the Head Office in Markham, Ontario. Photo courtesy of CNW Group/Hyundai Auto Canada Corp.

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