Purolator named one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures
TORONTO — Purolator has been recognized as one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures. The national award program, now in its 15th year, recognizes best-in-class Canadian organizations for creating cultures that enhance business performance and sustain lasting, positive results.
“Purolator is an incredible made-in-Canada success story,” said John Ferguson, president and CEO, Purolator. “Our deep Canadian roots have shaped our Company’s culture over our 60-year history. The recognition as one of Canada’s most admired cultures is a reflection of the dedication and pride of our tremendous employees and the dynamic market change we are leading to revolutionize our customers’ experience. Purolator’s competitive advantage will always be built on the strength of our people.”
The award acknowledges Purolator’s commitment to building a corporate culture that drives performance. The Company has experienced record growth over the past three years and is poised for more. It recently announced a $1B growth and innovation investment plan, one of the most ambitious and transformative in the Company’s history. As part of this growth, Purolator has increased its workforce by 30 per cent during the past four years and raised almost 20 million pounds of food over nearly twenty years through Purolator Tackle Hunger® – the Company’s employee-drive, signature corporate social responsibility initiative.
Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures program is founded by Waterstone Human Capital.