Accenture PLC, Toronto. Custom computer programming; 3,793 employees. In-vitro fertilization (IVF) treatments to a maximum of $15,000.
Aecon Group Inc., Toronto. Construction and infrastructure development; 9,684 employees. Offers year-end bonuses for all.
AMEC Americas Ltd., Oakville. Engineering services; 7,200 employees. Offers a two-year engineer-in-training program for engineering graduates preparing to write the PEng Ontario licensing exam.
Amex Canada Inc., Markham. Credit card issuing; 3,269 employees. Offers retirement planning assistance and phased-in work options.
Association of Management, Administrative and Professional Crown Employees of Ontario (AMAPCEO), Toronto. Labour unions and organizations; 38 employees. Provides maternity leave top-up payments to 93 per cent of salary for 52 weeks.
Bank of Montreal, Toronto. Banking; 28,686 employees. Has managed a diversity and workplace equity office for nearly 20 years.
Bayer Inc., Toronto. Pharmaceutical manufacturing; 702 employees. Offers tuition subsidies for courses taken at outside institutions.
Becton Dickinson Canada Inc., Mississauga. Medical technology; 545 employees. Offers a share purchase plan available to all employees.
BMW Canada Inc., Richmond Hill. Automobile wholesaler; 171 employees. Offers a variety of in-house and online training programs.
CAA South Central Ontario, Thornhill. Insurance; 1,146 employees. Offers a variety of alternative work arrangements.
Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce (CIBC), Toronto. Banking; 33,965 employees. Manages a dedicated women’s employee network.
Canadian Tire Corp. Ltd., Toronto. Hardware stores; 68,000 employees. Provides subsidies for tuition and professional accreditation.
Capital One Bank (Canada Branch), Toronto. Credit card issuing; 815 employees. Offers an adoption subsidy up to $5,000.
Carswell, a division of Thomson Reuters Canada Ltd., Toronto. Publishers; 984 employees. Offers employee referral bonuses to $1,500 for successful hires.
Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, Toronto. Child and youth services; 581 employees. Considers previous work experience for vacation entitlement.
Central Community Care Access Centre/CCAC, Newmarket. Home health care; 591 employees. Encourages life-work balance with a a 35-hour work week.
Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Toronto. Specialty hospitals; 2,067 employees. Onsite amenities include a fitness facility with free membership.
Children’s Aid Society of Toronto, Toronto. Child and youth services; 764 employees. Starts employees with four weeks of paid vacation.
Chubb Insurance Co. of Canada, Toronto. Insurance; 400 employees. Provides formal mentoring and career planning services.
Coca-Cola Canada, Toronto. Soft drink manufacturing; 5,186 employees. Offers extended health benefits coverage during maternity leave.
College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario, Toronto. Professional organization; 285 employees. Provides compassionate leave top-up payments to 100 per cent of salary for eight weeks.
Corus Entertainment Inc., Toronto. Television broadcasting; 1,522 employees. Head office features a unique daylight harvesting lighting system.
Dell Canada Inc., North York. Electronic computer manufacturing; 945 employees. Provides employer contributions to a matching RRSP plan.
Diamond & Schmitt Architects Inc., Toronto. Architectural services;120 employees. Offers in-house apprenticeship programs.
Digital Rapids Corp., Markham. Computer systems design; 56 employees. Offers a profit-sharing plan available to all employees.
Durham College of Applied Arts and Technology, Oshawa. Colleges, universities and professional schools; 713 employees. Employees help direct the college’s charitable program.
eHealth Ontario, Toronto. Computer systems design; 832 employees. Offers parental leave top-up to new fathers and adoptive parents to 93 per cent of salary for 15 weeks.
EllisDon Corp., Mississauga. Building construction; 1,164 employees. Added more than 150 new positions last year.
EMD Inc., Mississauga. Pharmaceutical preparation manufacturing; 152 employees. Offers adoptive parents a subsidy to help cover the costs of adoption.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car Canada Ltd., Toronto. Car rental; 2,183 employees. Encourages employees to volunteer in the community with up to two volunteer days off each year.
Ernst & Young LLP, Toronto. Certified public accountants; 4,427 employees. Maintains an environmental sustainability advisory panel to help reduce the firm’s environmental footprint.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, Toronto. Hotels; 8,705 employees. Offers discounted rates at their hotels and resorts around the world for employees plus their families and friends.
Fidelity Investments Canada ULC, Toronto. Portfolio management; 666 employees. Encourages employees to stay in shape with fitness club subsidies.
Fraser Milner Casgrain LLP, Toronto. Lawyers; 1,437 employees. Offers leadership training and in-house apprenticeship programs.
Gamma-Dynacare Medical Laboratories Inc., Brampton. Medical laboratories; 1,835 employees. Manages an academic scholarship program for children of employees who pursue postsecondary studies.