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Electromate receives 2021 Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures award

December 13, 2021
By Manufacturing AUTOMATION

Electromate recently announced that it was recertified as a national winner in the Emerging Market category of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures award for 2021.

Sponsored by Waterstone Human Capital, the national program honours Canadian organizations that showcase high-performance corporate cultures that help sustain a competitive advantage.

“Electromate is honoured to be recognized as one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures. Creating a great culture has been fundamental in driving our employee satisfaction and engagement which directly correlates to driving customer satisfaction and revenue”, says Warren Osak founder and president of Electromate. “Electromate prides itself on its commitment to upholding the principles of Kaizen, or continuous improvement. This holds true for the professional and personal development of its employees which has greatly contributed to the creation of our great workplace culture embodying the Core Values of Integrity, Innovation, Enthusiasm, Continuous Learning and Customer Advocacy” says Warren Osak.

The awards program recognizes companies whose culture drives business performance by prioritizing employee wellness and professional development.


Six key performance areas are considered for selecting winners. These are vision and leadership; recruitment and hiring for fit; people development and talent management; cultural alignment and measurement; corporate social responsibility, and organizational performance.

“At Waterstone, we believe corporate culture drives performance and that it’s your organization’s greatest asset,” says Marty Parker, president and CEO of Waterstone Human Capital and chair of Canada’s Most Admired program. “Each of the 2021 award recipients puts culture at the centre of everything they do and demonstrates a commitment to culture as a competitive advantage. They set an excellent example of how crafting and sustaining a high-performance culture can drive incredible growth and performance.”

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