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Alberta's Top 70 Employers For 2021 Have Just Been Named & They're Not All Oil And Gas

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Alberta's Top 70 Employers For 2021 Have Just Been Named & They're Not All Oil And Gas

Picking which company you want to work for can be just as important as picking what type of job you'd like to have when it comes to your day-to-day lifestyle and satisfaction. 

So, if you're wondering what some of the best companies to work for are, this list of Alberta's top employers should help paint the picture.

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This special designation recognizes the Alberta employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work. Canada's Top 100

The employers on the list below were selected based upon eight criteria including the physical workplace, work atmosphere and social life, health, financial and family benefits, vacation and time off, employee communications, performance management, training and skills development, and community involvement.

The top employers in Alberta for 2021 are as follows:

  • Absorb Software Inc.
  • Agriculture Financial Services Corporation / AFSC
  • Alberta Blue Cross
  • Alberta Central
  • Alberta Gaming, Liquor & Cannabis / AGLC
  • Alberta Health Services / AHS
  • Alberta School Employee Benefit Plan / ASEBP
  • Alberta Securities Commission / ASC
  • Alberta Teachers' Retirement Fund Board / ATRF
  • Appeals Commission for Alberta Workers' Compensation
  • Bennett Jones LLP
  • Bethany Care Society
  • Bits In Glass Inc.
  • BluEarth Renewables Inc.
  • Boardwalk REIT
  • Calgary Airport Authority, The
  • Calgary Co-operative Association Limited
  • Calgary Police Service
  • Calgary Roman Catholic Separate School District No. 1
  • Calgary West Central Primary Care Network / CWC PCN
  • Canada Energy Regulator
  • Canadian Pacific Railway Limited
  • CapitalCare Group Inc.
  • Capital Power Corporation
  • Champion Petfoods LP
  • Claystone Waste Ltd.
  • Covenant Health
  • Duncan Craig LLP
  • DynaLIFE Dx
  • Edmonton Catholic Separate School District No.7
  • Edmonton, City of
  • Edmonton Police Service
  • Enbridge Inc.
  • ENMAX Corporation
  • EPCOR Utilities Inc.
  • FortisAlberta Inc.
  • Gilead Alberta ULC
  • Graham Group
  • Health Quality Council of Alberta, The
  • Imperial Oil Limited
  • Inter Pipeline Ltd.
  • Jobber
  • Keyera Corp.
  • Lafarge Canada Inc.
  • Lakeland College
  • Mercer Peace River Pulp Ltd.
  • NAIT / Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
  • NorQuest College
  • NovAtel Inc., part of Hexagon
  • Olympia Financial Group Inc.
  • Pason Systems Corp.
  • PCL Construction
  • Pembina Pipeline Corporation
  • priMED Medical Products, Inc.
  • Replicon Inc.
  • Rogers Insurance Ltd.
  • Royal Alexandra Hospital Foundation, The
  • SAIT
  • Silvacom Ltd.
  • Stuart Olson Inc.
  • Suncor Energy Inc.
  • Translational Research In Oncology
  • Travel Alberta
  • UFA Co-operative Limited
  • University Hospital Foundation
  • University of Calgary
  • Western Financial Group Inc.
  • WinSport
  • Workers' Compensation Board - Alberta
  • YMCA Calgary

So, if you're on the job hunt, you might want to check if these hard-hitters are hiring. 

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