In choosing a finalist, Mediacorp’s editors consider how each employer compared to others within its industry and region. The thorough evaluation process includes an in-depth review of the employer’s operations and human resource practices.

To become one of Canada’s top employers, an organization must demonstrate a superior workplace for their employees. Some of the areas which are evaluated include, but are not limited to, physical workplace, work and social atmosphere, employee communications, training and skills development and community Involvement.

Diane Jermyn, a reporter for The Globe and Mail, introduces the top 100 award by writing, “Each of the 100 winners of Canada’s Top 100 Employers has a story to tell. It’s about how these industry leaders have made their companies exceptional places to work with some of the best HR practices and more innovative initiatives, all valued by their employees themselves, empowering them in the workplace.”

"A big part of Shell’s story begins with you – employees that help create the desirable workplace culture that is found at Shell today."

Michael Crothers, Shell Canada President and Country Chair

“Valuing and creating diversity of culture, gender and ideas, and a non-threatening, inclusive environment where people can feel comfortable to be different, to have different ideas, to have healthy, constructive discussions and debates is important to me,” says Mitchelmore. “One of my greatest joys as a leader is when I help people reach a level they never thought possible. It opens doors to show them they can go higher.”

Shell works hard to maintain a safe and comfortable work environment to ensure that its employees continue to be the dedicated, talented and hard-working individuals that Shell is proud to employ today. Shell thanks you for continuing to make Shell a desired place of work within Canada.

Canada’s Best Diversity Employers

Now entering its ninth year, Canada's Best Diversity Employers recognizes employers across Canada that have exceptional workplace diversity and inclusiveness programs. Click here to read more about Canada’s Best Diversity Employers accolade.

Alberta’s Top 70 Employers 2015

Alberta's Top Employers is an annual competition organized by the editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers. This designation recognizes the Alberta employers that lead their industries in offering exceptional places to work. Click here to read more about the Alberta’s Top 70 Employers accolade.

Canada's Top Employers for Young People in 2015

Canada's Top Employers for Young People is another competition that is organized by the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers. This designation recognizes the employers that offer the nation's best benefits for younger workers. Click here to read more about the Canada’s Top Employers for young people.

North America’s 2015 Top 100 Most InDemand Employers

The InDemand list represents the most sought-after employers in North America, based on billions of interactions from LinkedIn’s 380M+ members. Shell was ranked #1 Oil & Energy Company in North America (10th overall out of 100 companies). Click here to read more about the top 100 InDemand Employers.

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