Electrical radiant floor-warming companyNuheat Industrieshas been named one of the “Best Companies to Work For” in British Columbia byBusiness Magazine. Nuheat has grown to become one of the healthiest multinational companies to operate in the lower mainland, and boasts one of the most enviable corporate cultures in its country.
Each year, Nuheat employees are given a hobby allowance that has afforded some staff members the opportunity to take flying lessons or learn new culinary skills. Another popular program includes a flag raising ceremony that celebrates the cultural diversity of each staff member born outside Canada.
Nuheat’s commitment to its people also is reflected through an annual $1,500 education allowance and a profit-sharing program that rewards staff for their influence on the company's success.
Nuheat President John Rose said, "Our belief is that it is critical to invest in your people; that has been the Nuheat philosophy from day one."
The company is celebrating their win with a special Best Company Lunch offered to all employees and members of the media.
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