As we celebrate 30 years of publishing excellence, we retrace Atlantic Business Magazine’s growth through various locations from 1989 to the present day.
The big, the bold and the unconventional: an overview of some of the more radical ideas from our regional thought leadership workshops
Included in the eight beatitudes are blessings for the meek, the persecuted and the poor in spirit. To hell with that—martyrdom is for suckers.
From its origins in St. John’s, Newfoundland and Labrador, Provincial Aerospace Limited (PAL) has become a diversified global company with more than 40 years of experience providing a wide range of quality aviation and aerospace services. In serving an increasingly diverse group of international clients and customers, PAL has built its strong corporate reputation on the core values of reliability, safety and exceptional customer service. Without ensuring and advancing the wellbeing of its dedicated workforce, delivering on these values would be impossible.
It’s an employee’s market out there, and recruiting top talent is harder than ever. Or not, if you’re one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers—where work supports life (in more ways than one)
EAST COAST CREDIT UNION (ECCU) respects its employees with such zeal that it will actually throw a party on a boat in Halifax Harbour as a live band plays deep into the glittering evening.
It should suprise no one that Emera identifies its people as its greatest asset. After all, that’s why the editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers annual competition named the Halifax-based energy services company as a national and regional top employer for 2019.
AT MEDAVIE BLUE CROSS, which has been named one of Atlantic Canada’s Top Employers for 2019, the company’s dedication to caring about health is on display everywhere. That’s a fact that should surprise no one, given the company’s explicit mission to improve the wellbeing of Canadians, including the ones who actually work for it.
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