Celebrating the 37th anniversary of the Canada Awards for Excellence
The 21st Annual Canada’s Healthy Workplace Month® (CHWM) is a four-week celebration designed to introduce workplace health to organizations and support those that are already promoting healthy workplaces.
Excellence Pays off! – To see if there is any link between a commitment to Excellence and stock price, Excellence Canada tracks the stock performance for all of the Canada Awards for Excellence (CAE) recipients who are traded on a stock market. Once again in 2021, if you look at the collective return for all of the recipients between 1984 and 2021…
Senior leaders with Excellence Canada came together in Summer 2021 to share insights, concerns, questions, and even profound optimism as a key question that was posed: what will the post-pandemic reality be in your organization?
The Mental Health Commission of Canada (MHCC) and Excellence Canada are joining forces to support employers wishing to implement the National Standard of Canada for Psychological Health and Safety in the Workplace (the Standard).
Excellence Canada announces the recipients of the 2021 Canadian Business Excellence Awards for Private Businesses
Excellence Canada is pleased to announce that, at the fifth annual Canadian Business Excellence Awards for Private Businesses, 26 Canadian organizations will be receiving the Canadian Businesses Excellence Awards for clearly demonstrating a strategic approach to successfully improving business performance and achieving goals, with a focus on the following three key performance areas: Delighted Customers; Engaged Employees; and Innovation.
‘Together, we can improve lives’: Excellence Canada releases Workplace Mental Health Essentials Toolkit to coincide with Mental Health Awareness Month
Excellence Canada, a pioneer in workplace mental health strategy and solutions, is pleased to announce that they are offering their Workplace Mental Health Essentials Toolkit at no cost to all employers in Canada.
For the majority of organizations, the customer’s experience is priority number one. In today’s world, options are plentiful, and if a customer’s experience is not seamless they will simply go elsewhere. As a result, strategy and resources are dedicated to retaining customers, reducing attrition, and attracting new customers.
Excellence Canada, an independent not-for-profit corporation, announced today its newest standard: the Organizational Excellence Standard (OES). Through the OES, Excellence Canada sets the bar for performance excellence and wellness in today’s dynamic work environment.
Our Friends at the Centre for Organizational Excellence Research in New Zealand are doing some interesting research that Canada Awards for Excellence recipient organizations might be interested in.