Waterloo, Ontario (PRWEB) November 26, 2013
Looking for an amazing place to work in Waterloo? Check out Rebellion Media. The two-year-old digital technology company was just named one of Waterloo Region’s Top 15 Employers for 2014.
The award, given by Mediacorp, recognizes standout companies that are doing great things to attract and keep talented employees in one of Canada’s hottest technology hubs.
“To compete for talent in today’s market, employers need to differentiate themselves. At Rebellion, we strive to offer exciting and challenging work together with a cool office environment and a variety of perks and incentives,” says Suzanne Hyatt, Rebellion’s Vice-President of Human Resources. “Being named a Top Employer confirms we’re hitting our goal of being an employer of choice.”
Rebellion was evaluated in a number of areas including physical environment, work atmosphere, health benefits, financial benefits and compensation, employee engagement, training and development, vacation policy and community involvement.
For example, the awards committee noted Rebellion’s wellness programs, including regular lunch-and-learn sessions and fresh fruit in the kitchen. Also noted was Rebellion’s open and collaborative work environment where employees feel they have a voice.
“There are lots of great perks when you work at Rebellion: things like free energy drinks and fresh fruit, trips to Toronto for Jays games, and a rooftop patio,” says Brenden Sherratt, an online marketer at Rebellion. “But what I love most of all are my colleagues -- there are so many smart, creative people here.”
For information about joining the Rebellion Media team, visit the company’s career center at http://www.rebellionmedia.com/job-openings/.
About Rebellion Media
Every day, Rebellion Media connects millions of users to personalized content through its family of websites, mobile apps and e-stores. As well, Rebellion’s digital agency connects advertisers with engaged audiences on major content hubs. The company is headquartered in the thriving tech community of Waterloo, Ontario.