In this exclusive webinar for Canadian HR professionals, Michael C. Bush, CEO, Great Place To Work, discusses how creating a more equitable work environment for everyone pays off.
Small teams, big impact
Using the latest Canadian workforce data, Michael tells the story of how the Best Workplaces consistently outperform their competitors. By prioritizing a culture of inclusiveness, even small businesses can increase employee engagement, retention, and overall financial performance.
This exclusive 90-minute session outlines the keys to building a truly great workplace for all employees. With a particular focus on smaller organizations, Bush shares how creating a more equitable work environment pays off. View the webinar and leave the session feeling inspired and empowered to adopt a new “For All” Leadership Model to drive organizational performance. Practical, tangible actions, key takeaways, and the live Q&A period are included.
This session is best suited to small- and medium-sized Canadian employers.
Michael C. Bush - CEO, Great Place To Work
Michael C. Bush is CEO of Great Place To Work, the global research and analytics firm that produces the annual Fortune 100 Best Companies to Work For list, the World’s Best Workplaces list, the 100 Best Workplaces for Women list, and dozens of other distinguished workplace rankings around the world, including the Best Workplaces in Canada.
Driven by a love of business and an unwavering commitment to fair and equitable treatment, Michael joined Great Place To Work as CEO in 2015, bringing 30 years of experience leading and growing organizations. This includes serving as CEO of Tetra Tech Communications, which he grew from $40 million to $300 million in revenue. Michael is a former member of President Obama’s White House Business Council and a founding board member of the private equity seed-fund Fund Good Jobs, which invests in small inner-city businesses. In addition, Michael was a member of the Board of Directors at Workday, Inc. until September 2021, when Great Place To Work was acquired by UKG, Inc.
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Building a Great Place to Work For All