Capri named one of the best

Capri Insurance is being recognized as one of this year’s Best Workplaces in Canada

Capri Insurance is being recognized as one of this year’s Best Workplaces in Canada.

This is the seventh time the company has been named to the Best Workplaces in Canada list.

“Being recognized by Great Place to Work as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces is a reflection of the exceptional team we have here at Capri Insurance,” said Tim Miller, Capri Insurance president.

“Each and every one of our team members play a role in contributing to our vibrant and collaborative culture.”

“We’re incredibly proud to be included among the best workplaces in Canada.”

The 2017 Best Workplaces in Canada list is compiled by Great Place to Work Institute Canada.

The competition process is based on two criteria: two-thirds of the total score comes from confidential employee survey results; the remaining one-third of the score comes from an in-depth review of the organization’s culture, including an evaluation of human resources policies and procedures.

“This offers a rigorous representation of the organization from an employee perspective, and an overall portrait of the workplace culture,” states a release.

“Together, they provide crucial data relative to the five trust-building dimensions of a great place to work: credibility, respect, fairness, pride and camaraderie.

This year’s list received more than 400 registrations and more than 60,000 employees participated in the 2017 Best Workplaces in Canada survey.

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