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New Flyer named one of 10 best companies to work for

Posted on October 27, 2008

New Flyer Industries Inc. was named as one of the “Ten Best Companies to Work for in Canada” by the Financial Post.

The honor recognizes fast-growing, private sector companies in Canada that offer leading-edge employee benefits and career advancement opportunities.

New Flyer was selected because of its employee development programs and educational assistance, as well as employee events such as staff wellness week and paid days off for birthdays.

In addition to this award, New Flyer also recently received the Canadian Innovation Award by Economic Development Canada, been named a Top 100 Employer in Canada for the fourth consecutive year and has been named as one of Canada’s “Most Earth-Friendly Employers.”

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