Edward Jones ranks among best employers in Canada

Edward Jones was named by Aon Hewitt to the 50 Best Employers in Canada list, published in Maclean’s magazine.

For the 11th consecutive year, financial services firm Edward Jones was named by Aon Hewitt to the 50 Best Employers in Canada list, published in Maclean’s magazine. The firm ranked in the No. 14 spot.

According to financial advisors in the Courtenay area, the company’s associates continue to recognize Edward Jones as one of the best employers in Canada because of its core goal to help people achieve financial independence.

Two hundred and eighty Canadian employers took part in the 2013 Best Employers survey with more than 190,000 Canadian workers responding to questions that focused on employee engagement.

Edward Jones was recognized for the training it provides new financial advisors and flexible work arrangements it offers employees so they can balance their work with their private lives.

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