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The Canada’s Top 100 Employers competition is an editorial project that has been recognizing exceptional employers for the past 20 years. CN is featured with other 2020 winners in an online profile that showcases the reasons for which it was selected, as well as in a special magazine published in the Globe and Mail.
“We are so pleased that Canada’s Top 100 Employers has recognized our commitment to being a best-in-class employer,” said Dorothea Klein, SVP and chief human resources officer, CN. “Our people are what make CN an industry leader, and having a diverse workforce which reflects the fabric of the communities we serve and the stakeholders we work with is important. This honor is all the more special as we celebrate our 100th anniversary, and we look forward to sustaining this position together well into CN’s next century and beyond.”
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