MISSISSAUGA, ON - For the 7th consecutive year in a row, World Vision Canada is being recognized as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers! World Vision, Canada's largest child-focused international development agency, is proud and humbled to once again be named a top employer. This competition is the largest editorial project of its kind in Canada.
Employers are evaluated using eight criteria, including physical workplace, work atmosphere, employee communications and community involvement.
This year's award recognizes World Vision Canada for its efforts to help employees maintain a healthy lifestyle while at work, which includes having employee-led fitness classes, an outdoor basketball hoop and an outdoor community garden. The judges also noted World Vision's support services for maternal and parental leave, which includes top-up payments to employees who are new parents. Our organization is also being recognized for its commitment to ongoing employee education, and for offering opportunities for staff to travel and work in the field, giving them a first-hand look at how our work is changing lives around the world.
"It is truly an honour for World Vision Canada to be placed on this coveted list for the 7th year in a row. World Vision Canada appreciates each and every staff member who help make a difference in the lives of children and families around the world. We want to provide our dedicated employees with a supportive, caring and safe environment, and we work hard to do so. World Vision looks to attract, recruit and keep top-quality staff to help fulfill our goal. Being recognized as Canada's Top 100 Employers once again is an incredible accomplishment and we are very grateful."
-Charlie Guy, Chief People Officer, World Vision Canada
- World Vision Canada is headquartered in Mississauga, Ontario and the organization employees over 500 people
- Nearly 500,000 children have been sponsored in 255 communities around the world by generous Canadians
- In 2015, World Vision was able to help over 200,000 people who survived Nepal's deadly earthquake, with things like emergency shelter, warm blankets and clean water