Teck file photo.

Teck file photo.

Teck named to Forbes ‘Canada’s Best Employers 2022’ list

This is the second year in a row they were named to the list, according to a press release

Teck has been named to Forbes’ Canada’s Best Employers list for 2022.

The mining and mineral development company landed at number 221 on a list of 300. They were also named as number 264 on the World’s Best Employers list of 2021, and number 1439 in the Global 2000 list for 2021, as well as 117 on the Top Multinational Performers list in 2017, according to Teck’s profile on Forbes.com.

In a Jan. 25 press release, Teck president and CEO, Don Lindsay, said: “Our success is driven by our people, and we are committed to providing a workplace that supports their growth and development and fosters diversity and engagement.”

This is the second year in a row they were named to the list, the release says.

“We are honoured to be one of Canada’s Best Employers for the second year in a row as we work to deliver essential resources while caring for people, communities and the environment,” Lindsay said.

The list was compiled via a collaboration between Forbes and the database company, Statista. The pair selected the 2022 list through a survey applied to a sample of more than 10,000 Canadian employees working for companies with more than 500 employees in Canada, the press release says.

“The evaluation was based on direct and indirect recommendations from employees who were asked to rate their willingness to recommend their own employers to friends and family. Employee evaluations also included other employers in their respective industries that stood out either positively or negatively.”

“Teck has also been named as one of Canada’s Top 100 Employers by Mediacorp Canada’s Top Employers program for the past five years, and for the second year in a row was included in the Forbes World’s Best Employers list and Canada’s Top Employers for Young People.”

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