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bruce powerBruce Power has been recognized as having one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures by Waterstone Human Capital.

The national program, now in its 13th year, annually recognizes best-in-class Canadian organizations for having cultures that have helped them enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage. An organization’s submission is scored on six categories – vision and leadership, recruitment and hiring for fit, cultural alignment and measurement, retention, rewards and recognition, organizational performance and corporate social responsibility.

Bruce Power was recognized in the ‘Enterprise’ division along with companies such as BMO Financial Group and Procter & Gamble Canada.

“Bruce Power is honoured to be recognized as one of Canada’s Most Admired™ Corporate Cultures,” said Cathy Sprague, Bruce Power’s Executive Vice President, Human Resources. “We truly are powered by our people – without our employees’ passion for the work they do and their desire to better the communities in which they live, Bruce Power would not be able to accomplish what it does on a provincial and local level. Our corporate culture is a direct reflection of the great things our people do each and every day.”

Marty Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer of Waterstone Human Capital and Chair of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures, said they believe corporate culture drives performance and that it’s an organization’s greatest asset.

“What’s remarkable about this dynamic list of 2017 winners is their commitment to culture as a competitive advantage,” Parker said. “They truly set the benchmark for cultivating, and sustaining, great cultures that ultimately drive their growth and performance. The 2017 winning organizations are to be admired for the diverse and impactful ways they make sure culture underpins all that makes them successful.”

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