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Manitoba’s Top Employers: 2022 Winners

The following organizations have been chosen as Manitoba’s Top Employers for 2022

March 15, 2022

Celebrating the cream of the crop

It’s been another interesting year for the local employment scene as the pandemic continues to create a ripple effect of impacts.

March 13, 2022

The value of versatility

The Manitoba employment scene is well poised to thrive, even amid challenging conditions, thanks to its stable and diverse foundation.

March 13, 2022

You’re a person, not a number, at Access Credit Union

Growing up in small town Manitoba, Amber Osborne always appreciated the personal attention and service she received when dealing with local credit unions. As a senior member service representative for Winnipeg-based Access Credit Union, she now enjoys building equally strong relationships with the members she serves.

March 15, 2022

Arctic Co-ops shines bright for remote communities

In Grise Fiord, an Inuit community on the tip of Ellesmere Island, there is one store that provides the 129 or so residents with everything they need. The store gets its supplies through Winnipeg-based Arctic Co-operatives Limited, a service federation owned and controlled by 32 co-operative businesses in Nunavut, Northwest Territories and Yukon.

March 15, 2022

Assiniboine Credit Union goes far beyond banking

Before joining Assiniboine Credit Union Limited (ACU) in 2021, David Dada knew from his research that the organization does far more than offer financial products and services to its members.

March 15, 2022

Helping farmers drives employees at Canola Growers

After working from home for some 18 months, Joy Leonard welcomed the call this past September to return to the Winnipeg headquarters of the Canadian Canola Growers Association (CCGA).

March 15, 2022

At Fusion Credit Union, employee wellness is an asset

Genevieve Yoko’s role as a member services supervisor at Fusion Credit Union comes with a lot of “curveballs,” she says, what with supervising a team of representatives while handling day-to-day branch management. But being able to enjoy the Brandon branch’s wellness space keeps her batting a thousand.

March 15, 2022

IG Wealth Management is all about teamwork

Amy Cadieux, director of the IG Investments team at IG Wealth Management (IG), knows there’s something a little different about her résumé.

March 15, 2022

Connection is a key benefit at Johnston Group

It says a lot about a workplace when someone’s who’s been in a job for eight years is considered a newbie. But that’s how Heather Cote, vice-president of human resources at Winnipeg-based employee benefits specialist Johnston Group, is seen at a company where some have been working for more than three decades.

March 15, 2022

Manitoba Blue Cross leads by example in wellness

When Florent Thézard was going through a difficult time in his personal life, his colleagues at Manitoba Blue Cross sent him gifts and messages and visited him to lift his spirits. And they were there for him in happier times too – throwing a surprise virtual baby shower when his son was born.

March 15, 2022

Red River Co-op goes above and beyond for employees

In 2014, Red River Co-op re-entered the grocery business when it purchased four food stores from a competitor. The co-operative met with its employees at the bargaining table to negotiate revisions to their collective agreement.

March 15, 2022

Roquette builds community from the inside out

For agronomist Jennifer McCombe-Theroux, one of the best things about working at Roquette Canada is watching the North American arm of the France-based natural ingredients company grow.

March 15, 2022

SkipTheDishes makes sure success is a team effort

Ask Dean Lytle about his role at SkipTheDishes, and the former football player sums it up with a sports analogy.

March 15, 2022

At True North, vision, mission & values are everything

For a lifelong Winnipegger, getting a job with True North Sports + Entertainment was a thrill. “This was the pre-eminent sports and entertainment organization, and I was drawn to the excitement of being part of that,” says Krista Sinaisky, director of corporate communications. “Then you get here and see there’s so much more behind it – strong organizational values and a sincere desire to positively impact the community -- and you really feel proud to be a part of that.”

March 15, 2022

Vidir Solutions ensures employees feel appreciated

Sometimes employees can get the truest picture of what makes their company great during a time of personal adversity. That was the case for Jody Wasserman, a marketing assistant at Vidir Solutions Inc.

March 15, 2022

Employees appreciate the hometown vibe at Wawanesa

Every day, Eman Agpalza goes to work for Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Co. with the pride and confidence that he has the tools and trust he needs to get the job done.

March 15, 2022

Winnipeg Airports Authority pulls hard to give back

At Winnipeg Airports Authority (WAA) serving the public and operating in a fiscally prudent manner are critically important, but so is giving back to the community. And that includes pulling an aircraft.

March 15, 2022

Learning takes top honours at the WCB of Manitoba

Getting your MBA while working full-time for the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba (WCB) would be a juggling act for any parent, but Norie Cunningham did it in just two-and-a-half years.

March 15, 2022