BC's Top Employers (2022)

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BC’S TOP EMPLOYERS 2022

2022

BC’s Top Employers

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2022 WINNERS

 Employees at BC Investment Management Corp. are encouraged to take part in a special program to meet and stay connected to people outside their teams. The following organizations have been chosen as BC’s Top Employers for 2022 (employee count refers to full-time staff):

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CCIONA INFRASTRUCTURE CANADA INC., Vancouver. Construction services; 707 employees. Enhanced flexible work options over the course of the pandemic to help employees balance work and added personal responsibilities. ALIDA INC., Vancouver. Customer intelligence software; 276 employees. Encourages ongoing employee development with full tuition subsidies for job-related courses as well as subsidies for professional accreditation. AMAZON CANADA, Vancouver. Electronic shopping; 25,838 employees. Supports employees who are new mothers with maternity leave top-up payments, to 100 per cent of salary for up to 16 weeks.

AQUATIC INFORMATICS INC., Vancouver. Computer software; 72 employees. Offers employees an additional five days off in celebration of their fifth and tenth anniversaries with the company. ARROW TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS INC., Vancouver. Transportation, shipping and logistics; 1,041 employees. Offers generous referral bonuses as an incentive for employees to recruit friends, to $2,000 for successful hires.

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C ASSESSMENT, Victoria. Property tax assessments; 697 employees. Manages a dedicated internship program to help the next generation of appraisers gain career experience. BC CENTRE FOR ABILITY, Vancouver. Individual and family services; 90 employees. Helps employees plan securely for the future with a defined benefit pension plan.

BC CHILDREN’S HOSPITAL FOUNDATION, Vancouver. Social advocacy organizations; 112 employees. Established a dedicated “Rapid Response Fund” to support hospitals at the onset of the pandemic and hosted a number of virtual fundraising events. BC HOUSING Management Commission, Burnaby. Administration of housing programs; 887 employees. Considers previous work experience when setting paid vacation entitlements for new employees. BC HYDRO, Vancouver. Hydroelectric power generation; 5,850 employees. Extends its health benefits plan to retirees, with 100 per cent premium coverage and no age limit. BC INFRASTRUCTURE BENEFITS INC. / BCIB, Vancouver. Employment services; 144 employees. Provides a generous health spending account of $1,000 as part of its

benefits plan, allowing employees to top up coverage as needed. BC PENSION CORPORATION, Victoria. Pension funds; 618 employees. Maintains excellent maternity and parental leave top-up policies, offering new mothers up to 75 per cent of salary for a full year and up to 35 weeks for new fathers and adoptive parents. BC PUBLIC SERVICE, Victoria. Provincial government; 32,368 employees. Manages a dedicated House of Indigenous Learning to provide resources to support employees in their reconciliation journey. BC TRANSIT, Victoria. Public transit; 958 employees. Encourages access to mental health practitioners with generous coverage as part of its benefits plan, to $1,500 annually. BEEDIE, Burnaby. Real estate development; 299 employees. Through the Beedie