Kicking Horse Coffee – One of Canada's Best Workplaces
“I’m delighted and honoured to announce this year’s list of Best Workplaces in Canada. Great Place to Work Institute has under taken a rigorous process to identify, recognize and celebrate those organizations that are setting new standards of business excellence.
This year’s Best Workplaces are Canada’s leaders in building high trust organizational cultures and advancing best-in-class management practices to fully engage their work forces, delight their customers and contribute to their communities.
In tracking the success of these companies, it’s clear that doing the right things and doing things right are linked to achieving superior financial and operational results, growing market share and building strong relationships with customers.
Please join me in congratulating each of this year’s Best Workplaces. By innovating, inspiring and investing in their people, customers and communities, they are each helping to change the world for the better. Congratulations,”
José Tolovi Neto
is the Managing Partner for Great Place to Work Institute Canada
WHOA! We’ve done it again! This year we are #10 Best Workplace in Canada, 2016.
#10 KICKING HORSE COFFEE
Metric-Packed All Staff Meetings. Once a month, Kicking Horse® stops production for two hours so staff members can connect with each other as an entire company. The meeting is led by the company’s COO, attended by the firm’s Co-founder & CEO and includes a transparent sharing of all key business metrics.
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The Great Place to Work® Institute is a global research and management consultancy with expertise on workplace transformation and a presence in more than 50 countries worldwide. Our mission is to improve society by creating better workplaces. We are best-known for our global Best Workplaces Programme, which we produce in conjunction with prestigious media partners such as the Globe and Mail, the Financial Times and Fortune. With more than 5,500 organizations surveyed every year across the globe, the programme is the world’s largest of its kind.