An ‘energized and proud team’ in a fast-paced business world

Enbridge earns a spot among Canada’s Top 100 Employers for the 16th time

In today’s business world, employers need to mind the gap—the skills gap, that is.

Change is happening quicker than ever. In the current economy, it’s said that the half-life of a learned skill is just five years. And as members of Generation Z begin to enter the workplace, 65% of the jobs they will fill have yet to be created.

Accordingly, one of the expected workplace trends in 2018 is a renewed employer focus on upskilling and retraining workers—as a direct response to that growing skills gap.

Training and development initiatives boost efficiency and productivity, and they’re a cornerstone of the annual Canada’s Top 100 Employers list.

The annual competition, established in 2000, identifies companies with the best employment practices in the country. The Canada’s Top 100 Employers list for 2018 was announced in recent weeks, and for the 16th time, Enbridge has earned a place on that index.

Following Enbridge’s merger with Spectra Energy Corp in February 2017, “it’s appropriate and worthwhile to pause and celebrate recognition like this,” says Marc Weil, Enbridge’s Chief Human Resources Officer. “It serves as an indication of how we will continue to come together as an energized and proud team.”

The annual Canada’s Top 100 Employers list evaluates companies using eight different criteria, including:

  • Health, financial and family benefits;
  • Employee communications;
  • Vacation and personal time off; and
  • Community involvement.
  • And in being recognized as one of Canada’s Top Employers for 2018, Enbridge’s highest score came in the training and skills development category, with an A+.


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Mediacorp Canada Inc., which organizes the annual competition, noted that Enbridge has a robust training and development component for its workforce, including:

  • In-house career planning services;
  • In-house, online and leadership training;
  • Tuition subsidies for professional accreditation;
  • An academic scholarship program for employees with children pursuing post-secondary studies;
  • Mentoring and apprenticeship/skilled trades programs; and
  • Access to a range of courses through the in-house Enbridge University.

Enbridge is North America’s largest energy infrastructure company, with a workforce of about 15,400 people located primarily in Canada and the United States.

For a full list of reasons for Enbridge’s selection to the Canada’s Top 100 Employers for 2018 list, please visit the website or our own Canada’s Top 100 Employers webpage.