The Glassdoor Employees' Choice Awards revealed its Best Places to Work in Canada this year. And luckily for us here on the island, many of those spots currently have positions open.\nEverybody knows that work culture can definitely make or break a job, and is definitely something to consider if you're on the hunt.\nEditor's Choice: A Huge Winter Park Is About To Open Near Montreal, Complete With An Illuminated Slide & DJ\n\n\n\n“\n\n\n[The winners] have proven [...] that even during extraordinary times, they'll rise to the challenge to support their people.\n\n\nChristian Sutherland-Wong, Glassdoor CEO\n\n\nThe top 25 companies include a variety of companies in a range of industries, including tech, hospitality and retail. \nThe average score for the top employers in Canada is 4.3. Pretty good considering the average company on the site has a 3.5 from 1.3 million employees, according to the press release.\nGoogle took first place, with a rating of 4.5.\nHere in Montreal, the following have openings for you to join one of the best places to work:\n\n\nGoogle\n\n\nMicrosoft\n\n\nApple\n\n\nLululemon\n\n\nSAP\n\n\nSalesforce\n\n\nEricsson-Worldwide\n\n\nRBC\n\n\nAccenture\n\n\nIKEA\n\n\nInfosys\n\n\nAecon\n\n\nTD Bank\n\n\nIntuit\n\n\nSun Life\n\n\n\nActually, the only company to be listed on all five lists (Canada, U.S., U.K., Germany, and France) is Salesforce, so you know it's got to be a great place to work.\nScores are taken from voluntary reviews from employees, then the site looks at the quantity, quality and consistency of reviews. \nIf you're looking for a job, why not give one of these a try? They come highly recommended.