Bison Transport recognized as a leader in corporate culture

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TORONTO, Ont. – Waterstone Human Capital, one of Canada’s leading retained executive search firms, has announced the national winners of the Canada’s 10 Most Admired Corporate Cultures of 2013 program.

The program is divided in four separate categories ­– Enterprise, Mid-market, Growth and Small Capital and lastly, Broader Public Sector – and recognizes ten national companies in each category.

This year the trucking industry’s own Bison Transport was hailed as one of the top ten most admired corporate cultures in the mid-market category.

This recognition signifies, in terms of a three year average revenue growth, that Bison Transport has notably outpaced the largest companies of Standard & Poor’s/ Toronto Stock Exchange ninefold.

Bison Transport executive vice president and COO Robert Penner is pleased with that the company has been poised as an admirable corporate culture.

“Being selected as having one of the most admired corporate cultures in Canada is a true honor for our organization,” said Penner.

“As a company, it is important that our beliefs and behaviors are instilled in the work force and that the environment we create allows our people to grow, prosper and excel,” Penner said. “It is gratifying to know that the collective efforts of the people of Bison Transport are being recognized in this great manner. It also serves as a great reminder that it is not just about what you do, but also how you do it and how you treat and interact with others matters too.”

Other esteemed corporations in the mid-market category include The Sovereign General Insurance Company, Paladin Security Group, Ceridiam HCM and more.


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