A rolling stone gathers no moss

Top employers prove benefits should continue to evolve and adapt to meet workforce needs — and stay competitive
By Sarah Dobson
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 05/05/2008

For an elite group of top employers, offering the usual gamut of benefits — such as two weeks’ vacation, a group registered retirement savings plan, tuition subsidies and maternity leave top-ups — just doesn’t cut it anymore. These have been around for a few years now and are somewhat familiar, especially to the discerning employee looking for a progressive, competitive package.

So more and more of

Canada’s Top 100 Employers