The third edition of this ranking published by the Globe and Mail classifies companies according to their growth over a 3-year period. This year, they considered 430 companies.
We are delighted to have made the list for a second year, and are even more pleased to say that we continue to honor the approach that has served us so well— building up our strong team of talented employees. We hope that our values and flagship people management tools will have the same positive impact on the success of companies that use Agendrix. It is our belief that tools focused on people-first management are the key to successful, prosperous companies. - Mathieu Allaire, CEO
Building on our winning recipe
Last year, when making the same announcement, we attributed our robust growth to the strength of our team. Despite COVID and all the obstacles it raised, our loyal and tight-knit team has never failed to step up and raise the game.
Once more this year, we attribute our success to the same recipe, which is a point of pride for us.
For a company that has been proclaiming the virtues of more person-centred management as a way to boost performance and employee retention, we can now say we know what we’re talking about!
People-first management as a growth strategy
It’s been clear since we started in 2015 that a company is nothing without its team. Over the past three years, we have continued to cement our corporate culture through the initiatives of our Care Committee and team activities. We have also invested a great deal of effort and made several changes that help enhance our employees’ wellbeing. Examples include our:
- Flexible work schedule
- 100% teleworking policy for those who want it
- 4% employer contribution to employee RRSPs
- Annual sports allowance of $300
- 3 additional wellness days (in addition to the 2 days already in place, for a total of 5)
- 35-hour instead of 40-hour work week, with no pay cut
Find out more about the ranking
The complete list of winners is available in the October issue of Report on Business magazine, and can be found online at www.globeandmail.com.