Egg Farmers of Canada recognised for best-in-class corporate culture

This is the 4th time in a row EFC has received this award
calendar icon 1 December 2023
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Egg Farmers of Canada has once again been named one of Canada's Most Admired Corporate Cultures by Waterstone Human Capital, according to a press release from the organisation. 

This is the fourth time in a row that the organisation has received this award—an honour it has held since 2014. This national program recognizes best-in-class Canadian organisations for fostering strong corporate cultures that help sustain a competitive advantage and a positive environment.

"It is the hard work of our entire team that we celebrate today and the active role they take in championing an outstanding corporate culture that is built on an approach that prioritizes collaboration, engagement and dialogue," said Drew Black, CEO of Egg Farmers of Canada. "It is this shared commitment to our workplace environment that sets us apart and allows our team to deliver on our mission to be a leader in Canada's agricultural future."

The award comes at a time where Egg Farmers of Canada has launched an employee-led Culture Roadmap, which details dozens of initiatives and regular touch-points that further engage staff and emphasises the shared ownership of culture across the organisation. The Culture Roadmap complements existing programming, such as paid time off to volunteer in the community, a comprehensive benefits package and a tailored approach to professional development, that has earned Egg Farmers of Canada a reputation as an employer of choice.

"This year's winning leaders and organizations actively craft culture in alignment with their purpose and values every day, and help drive culture as competitive advantage," said Marty Parker, president and CEO of Waterstone Human Capital and Chair of the Canada's Most Admired program. "On behalf of Waterstone Human Capital and our partners, we look forward to celebrating this year's winners and the impact culture is having on their success."

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