Jobber, the leading provider of home service management software, announced it has been recertified by Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures, receiving platinum recognition in the Growth category. This national program, founded by Waterstone Human Capital, recognizes best-in-class Canadian organizations with cultures that enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage.
Jobber today announced it has been recertified by Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures™, receiving platinum recognition in the Growth category.
“It’s an honour to once again be recognized as one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures,” said Sam Pillar, CEO & Co-founder at Jobber. “The key to Jobber’s success ultimately lies in the happiness and motivation of our people who continue to drive this company to new heights. We’ve proven that when humble, supportive people who care deeply about small businesses work together towards a common goal, we can accomplish great things.”
To ensure every employee is equipped to deliver on Jobber’s mission, the company focuses on fostering a positive workplace environment committed to transparency, inclusivity, and collaboration.
“Over the past year, our company has experienced unparalleled growth and yet, our employees tell us that our culture is as strong as ever,” said Sara Cooper, Chief People Officer at Jobber. “We’re hiring across every department and encourage those who want to advance their careers while building a meaningful, Canadian company with big ambitions to connect with us today.”
Earlier this year, Jobber introduced a permanent hybrid work structure to provide its employees with more flexibility and enable the company to hire candidates across Canada. Employees have a choice of working from the Toronto or Edmonton offices when they reopen in 2022, remote, or a mixture of both with no limitations. Those who live outside of commuting distance from one of the offices are welcome to use credits towards co-working spaces.
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Throughout 2021, Jobber continued offering its core programs, with a focus on fostering connection virtually. This includes hackathons, Town Halls, socials, wellness-focused resources and events, learning and development opportunities, and coaching from two, full-time certified coaches. Jobber also created a new Employee Experience team responsible for driving connection and engagement across the organization.
“At Waterstone we believe corporate culture drives performance and that it’s an organization’s greatest asset,” said Marty Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer of Waterstone Human Capital and Chair of Canada’s Most Admired™ Corporate Cultures Awards. “Each award recipient puts culture at the centre of everything they do, and demonstrates a commitment to culture as a competitive advantage. They set an excellent example of how crafting and sustaining a high-performance culture can drive incredible growth and performance.”
Over the past year, Jobber has also been recognized as one of Canada’s top workplaces by Great Place to Work® and appeared on the Best Workplaces™ lists for inclusion, mental wellness, women, technology, youth, giving back, and more. Jobber also appeared on Canadian HR Reporter’s Best Places to Work 2021 and Innovative HR Teams 2021 lists.