Danone Canada named one of Canada’s 100 Best Employers for 2024

TORONTO and BOUCHERVILLE, QC, November 20, 2023 /CNW/ – Danone Canada, one of the country’s leading food and beverage companies, is excited to announce its nomination to the prestigious list of of Canada Top 100 employers for the fifth consecutive year. This recognition further reinforces Danone’s commitment to employee well-being, sustainable development and impact on society.

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“Our culture at Danone Canada is the driving force behind our success – our talented and dedicated team members are deeply dedicated to building a thriving environment where people can learn, grow and contribute to our mission to bring health through food to as many Canadians as possible,” said Melanie Lebelsenior vice president, human resources at Danone Canada.

With collaborative and social workspaces, an unwavering emphasis on employee health and well-being through an outstanding benefits program, and a commitment to innovative approaches that extend to the very fabric of how the company works, Danone Canada stands out. Adopting a flexible and hybrid model tailored to the diverse needs of each employee, Danone Canada continues to offer continuous learning opportunities while building some of the of Canada the most innovative and iconic food and beverage brands.

As the largest consumer-focused, B Corp-certified company in the country, Danone Canada also empowers its employees to use their day-to-day work to make a difference and drive change. This is a vital component of its wider commitment to aligning itself with a global community of businesses that meet the highest standards of social and environmental impact. To name a few, Danone Canada supports sustainable agricultural practices, improving soil health and reducing its carbon footprint, and actively participates in circular economy initiatives.

Reflecting the company’s core values ​​of humanism, openness, closeness and enthusiasm, Danone Canada fosters an environment where employees are encouraged to step outside of their job descriptions and give back to local communities, whether through partnering with non-profit organizations, supporting local business or volunteer programs.

To learn more about Danone Canada and why it was selected as one of the of Canada Top 100 Employers, click here.

About Danone Canada

Danone Canada is a business unit of Danone and operates from head offices in Boucherville, Quebec, and Toronto, Ontario. Danone Canada is the country’s largest consumer-oriented Certified B Corporation®, demonstrating that the company meets the highest standards of social and environmental performance, accountability and transparency. Danone Canada’s ambition is to produce healthy dairy products, plant-based products and creamers for coffee and beverages, create economic and social value and support natural ecosystems through sustainable agriculture. The brand portfolio includes Activia®Oikos®DanActive®Danone®Silk® plant based foods and drinks, so delicious® Dairy free, StokAn international delight and more. For more information about Danone Canada, visit www.danone.ca, Facebook (@danonecanada), Twitter (@DanoneCanada) or LinkedIn.

About Mediacorp Canada Inc. (of Canada Top Employers)

Founded in 1992, Mediacorp Canada Inc. is the largest publisher of employment periodicals in the country. Since 1999 Torontobased publisher has managed of Canada Employer Top 100 Project, which includes 18 regional and specialty editorial competitions that reach millions of Canadians annually through various magazine and newspaper partners, including The Globe and Mail. Mediacorp also operates Eluta.ca, one of the of Canada the largest job search engines reaching over two million job seekers annually and featuring exclusive editorial reviews from of Canada Project Top 100 employers. The company also publishes the career guide, now in its 30th yearth year—a free online guide for recent college and university graduates looking for employers hiring candidates from their education.

SOURCE Danon Canada



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