Broadview Networks has been recognized as one of Canada’s Top 100 Small and Medium Employers in 2016. Selected by a blue-ribbon academic Advisory Board, Broadview Networks was selected to receive this honour based on excellence in criteria such as employee communications, performance management, training/skills development, and community involvement.
“We’re incredibly excited to be honoured with a place on the 2016 Top 100 Small & Medium Employers list,” said Michael Orloff, President and CEO of Broadview Networks, “This serves as a well-deserved reward for the team’s diligent efforts.”
Canada’s SME sector is tremendously important to the nation and is responsible for over half of the nation’s gross domestic product, nearly 90 percent of the private-sector labour force, and over three-quarters of the new jobs created in the past decade. The complete list is published annually in a special magazine, available in The Globe and Mail.
“This is certainly recognition we’re proud to have achieved, and it’ll serve as a benchmark for Broadview Networks to keep working toward in the coming years,” said Orloff.
About Canada’s Top 100 Small & Medium Employers
Now entering its third year, Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers is an editorial competition that recognizes the nation’s best workplaces and forward-thinking human resources policies. Employers are evaluated by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers using the same eight criteria as our national competition:
- Physical Workplace
- Work Atmosphere & Social;
- Health, Financial & Family Benefits;
- Vacation & Time Off;
- Employee Communications;
- Performance Management;
- Training & Skills Development; and
- Community Involvement.
To determine eligibility, the Top 100 editors adopted the SME definition used by Statistics Canada, limiting the competition to private-sector commercial organizations with under 500 employees.