Binnie is proud to announce that our organization has been named on the 2021 list of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People for the seventh consecutive year. This special designation recognizes the nation’s best workplaces and programs for young people just starting their careers. The employers on this list are Canada’s leaders in attracting and retaining younger employees to their organizations.

Investing in our people is at the core of our culture at Binnie. We’re proud to offer a workplace where young people can grow their careers, and we take pride in fostering future leaders. With mentorship, professional development, and a supportive environment, our young people benefit from continuous opportunities to learn, develop, and grow.

Here are some of the reasons why R.F. Binnie & Associates Ltd. was selected as one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People (2021):

R.F. Binnie & Associates organizes Fireside Chats to enable young professionals to interact directly with senior management in an informal setting

R.F. Binnie & Associates manages an engineer-in-training program to support the career advancement of its employees and facilitate professional accreditation — the program exposes participants to a range of engineering tasks and assignments, overseen by a supervising engineer and professional engineer

Additionally, R.F. Binnie & Associates helps high school students determine whether a career in engineering is the right fit through a one to two-week work experience program

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About Canada’s Top Employers for Young People

Now in its 19th year, Canada’s Top Employers for Young People is an editorial competition that recognizes employers offering the nation’s best workplaces and programs for young people starting their careers. Winners of the competition are chosen by the editorial team at the Canada’s Top Employers project on the basis of the programs and initiatives they offer to attract and retain younger workers. These include benefits such as tuition assistance and co-op or work-study programs. The editors also examine each employer’s mentorship and training programs, including benefits such as bonuses paid on completing trades or professional designations. The editors also review each employer’s career management program, looking for initiatives that help younger workers advance faster in the organization.