TORONTO, Nov. 30, 2012 /CNW/ - Metrolinx was honoured today as one of
Canada's top employers.
The National Post announced that Metrolinx was one of the winners of Canada's 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2012, an awards program that was founded by Waterstone Human Capital. Now in
its eighth year, this national program recognizes best-in-class
Canadian organizations for having a culture that has helped enhance
performance and sustain a competitive advantage.
"We're thrilled to see Metrolinx on the list of national winning
organizations in 2012," said Marty Parker, the Chairman and CEO of
Waterstone Human Capital and the Chair of the Canada's 10 program. "Our
board recognized Metrolinx for its ambitious programs like The Big
Move, its strong vision, its bold leadership and for its great
performance-driving culture. Congratulations to Metrolinx's leadership
and to all of its team members."
"We are very proud of the talented staff we have attracted, who have
diverse skills and expertise and who are passionate about public
transit and committed to excellence in customer service," said Bruce
McCuaig, President and CEO of Metrolinx.
McCuaig will accept the award at a ceremony in February 2013.
Metrolinx is working to provide residents and businesses in the Greater
Toronto & Hamilton Area with a transportation system that is modern,
efficient and integrated. Find out more about The Big Move a transportation plan for the GTHA. Find out more about PRESTO, Air Rail Link and GO Transit, divisions of Metrolinx.
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