BURLINGTON, November 23, 2020 – For the 10th year in a row, Sodexo Canada has been named one of the Top 100 Employers (2021) for Hamilton-Niagara, which recognizes employers leading their industries with innovative programs to attract and retain top talent and foster exceptional work environments – and this year, stood out for their resilience in response to the pandemic. 

Suzanne Bergeron, Sodexo Country President for Canada, said: “Like virtually every business in the country and around the world, Sodexo Canada felt the profound impact of COVID-19. But, in spite of it all, this life-changing crisis brought out the best in our people, from frontline workers to our most senior executives. We are truly honoured to be recognized again alongside Canada’s brightest and boldest employers in the Hamilton-Niagara region that continue to set the standard for operating in Canada.”

Employers are evaluated by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers using an extensive list of workplace criteria, which have remained consistent since the project’s inception, and employers are compared to other organizations in their field to determine which offers the most progressive and forward-thinking programs. This year, the health and safety of employees was the top priority. 

For information on Sodexo’s human resources practices, please visit the careers page.

Media contact 

Caroline Desvaux, Head of Communications, Sodexo Canada – tel. 514 476 2158, email: Caroline.Desvaux@sodexo.com

About Sodexo 

Sodexo delivers a wide range of customized solutions, designed to optimize work and living environments. Sodexo has been providing food and facilities management services in Canada for over 40 years, with a focus on enhancing safety, work process and well-being. Sodexo is a market leader in Canada. Sodexo has been recognized as a top employer for the past seven consecutive years. Sodexo is proud to have created the Sodexo Stop Hunger Foundation, an independent charitable organization that has raised over $3 million to fight hunger and donated more than one million meals to at-risk youth across Canada since 2007.

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