These Are 12 Of The Best Places To Work, Rated By Employees & They're Hiring In Montreal
From work life to pay, these are companies you'll want to work at.
- Glassdoor has released its annual list of the best places to work in Canada, according to employee reviews.
- 12 of the companies on the list are hiring in Montreal!
Glassdoor, the site where employees (both current and former) can review the companies they work for, just released its 25 Best Places to Work in Canada for 2020. Comprised completely from employee feedback, the list is a great tool if you're currently looking for a job or think it's just about time for a change in careers. Below you'll find the list of Montreal companies that not only managed a top 25 spot but also have an office in the city and that are also looking to hire.
Employees are looking for more than just a job these days. Things like work-life balance, ability to work from home, company culture, benefits, and the option for career growth are all contributing factors now.
While I didn't include the number three spot in the list below, since there is no office in Montreal, a special shoutout goes to VIPKID. It's an online teaching and educational company that has good pay, good work, and if you're looking for that digital nomad life, great mobility.
Keep reading below to find out who the top Montreal employers are according to Glassdoor reviews.
All the numbers below are where each company ranked in Canada.
Not only is Microsoft great to have on your resume, but the good news is that it took the number one spot for all of Canada. One reviewer said, "the culture is all about learning, growing and working together to deliver the company's mission."
Salesforce is a cloud-based software company that has nearly 6,000 reviews on Glassdoor, which include raves about the excellent benefits and vacation time.
Ericsson is constantly on the lookout for talented techies to join its company. Perks of working here include a great work-life balance, positive management, and help with personal development.
You wouldn't necessarily think that a construction company would rank so high on the list, but Aecon grabbed the number 8 spot with its great pay and number of internal opportunities.
While Manpower is a placement agency in more than 80 countries worldwide, there are only a few positions open for Montreal.
14. Harris Computer
There are over 30 positions open in Montreal alone. Harris Computer works on enterprise software solutions, so they look for skills ranging from sales and customer support to programming and market analysis.
Sales agents, temp jobs, directors; there are positions available across multiple departments.
RBC usually pops up on almost any list of top employers in Montreal. One reviewer said, "great people (European-like) and work-life balance."
Everyone's favourite superstore warehouse is looking for customer service employees from cashier to stockers.
IKEA can be a bit of a pain to get to if you don't have a car, but the Saint-Laurent store has a few open positions; everything from a lighting coordinator to security.
If you have a love for all things Apple, this could be the place for you. There are currently eight positions open in Montreal that cover the whole spectrum of skills.
If you think of yourself as an innovator and want to work on solving company problems while using leading-edge tech, take a look at this company. Depending on the time of year, the company will also take on students/interns.