Friesens Corp. named one of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies for the 19th time

Friesens Corporation is once again named to the list of Canada’s 50 Best Managed Companies. In fact, it’s the 19th time the Altona-based book, directory and packaging maker has earned recognition from Deloitte, which has run the program for 29 years.

Additionally, because he received the award for more than 7 consecutive years, Friesens requalified and maintained his exclusive Platinum Club status.

In a press release, Deloitte highlighted many of the similarities and connections between Canada’s Best Managed Companies.

A statement from Friesens noted that these values ​​and practices are consistent with its core values, as well as its ever-evolving business plan. The company has drawn attention to the links which it says are in common with those described by Deloitte.

– “Over the past year, these companies have demonstrated a forward-thinking mindset that has enabled them to overcome challenges and explore new avenues of advancement.”

– “This year’s Best Managed winners have embraced a people-centric mindset, ensuring their employees feel valued and empowered and allowing them to cultivate important capabilities to make valuable contributions and help drive the core purpose forward. of their organization.

– “Another link between Canada’s Best Managed Companies is their ongoing focus on employee well-being, with policies and practices ranging from enhanced benefits and flexible work options to professional development opportunities and of growth.”

– “These companies promote clear and consistent communication across their organizations, fostering inclusive and collaborative workplaces where employee contributions are recognized and rewarded through holistic compensation systems.”

– “Canada’s Best Managed Companies are also showing a renewed focus on customer and community relations, with many of this year’s winners

– “take active steps to integrate environmental, social and governance considerations into their strategic planning and decision-making.”

“These are values ​​and practices that Friesens has increasingly championed and incorporated for the benefit of their employee-owners, customers and community,” a company statement said.

“Friesens has been a beacon in the community of Altona, Manitoba for many years and has weathered many storms throughout our 115 year history. Our 600 employee-owners are excited about the future of our business and look forward to continuing to grow.

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