So if you’re the kind of person who feels more productive in an office setting, or someone who works better at night, a hybrid workplace might be right up your alley.
Ontario is home to 72 of the 100 best places for hybrid work in the country, and 43 of them are from Toronto alone. There are 10 in BC, nine in Quebec, five in Alberta, two in Saskatchewan, one in New Brunswick, Manitoba, and Nova Scotia each.
Great Place To Work also divided the companies into categories. Thirty-four of the firms operate in the field of information technology, 18 in financial services and insurance, 16 in professional services, six in biotechnology and pharmaceuticals, six in retail, four in manufacturing and production, four health care, three hospitality, and four simply fall into the “other” category.
There is also one workplace each for the transportation, construction, one media, real estate, and entertainment categories.
Some of the company names you might recognize in the list are Rexall, AIR MILES, Infosys, RBC, FedEx Express, Sun Life, Visa, Thomson Reuters, Dow, and Intuit.
Check out the full list of Canada’s best hybrid workplaces here.
Dow Today – These are the top 100 hybrid workplaces across Canada