Canada's Best Employers for Diversity 2024


your excellence

Your Personal Award

Your employer brand belongs to the exclusive list of “Canadas Best Employers for Diversity 2024” and is given the opportunity to license the official award logo. The package options will help you to boost your marketing, HR, and communication strategies.

Social Media
Marketing & PR
Investor Relations

Media Kit

This kit includes prepared graphics and artwork which support the immediate usage of the award in your marketing and communication campaigns.

Wallpapers & Backgrounds

Prepared backgrounds for your desktop and company mobile phone. The package also includes backgrounds for video meetings.

Social Media

Create momentum among your followers! Prepared artworks for Social Media (e.g. Facebook, X and Instagram) for time-efficient usage of the award on your social media channels.

E-Mail Signatures & Web Banner

In order to use the logo immediately, the media kit contains a prepared artwork for signature strips and a web banner. This will help you to get even more frequency on the award-communication.

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For questions about the ranking, logo usage, and licensing options, please contact us.

Evan Tobias

Director of Licensing - Americas

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Project Details

About the project

Canada’s Best Employers for Diversity were selected based on Statista’s innovative methodology, guaranteeing unbiased results and providing reliable insights. Over 40,000 Canada-based employees were surveyed in companies with a minimum of 500 employees to identify Canada’s Best Employers for Diversity.

The evaluation was based on four different criteria:

Direct recommendations: Employees were asked to give their opinions on a series of statements regarding Age, Gender, Ethnicity, Disability, LGBTQIA+ & General Diversity in their current workplace. The recommendations of women, elders, ethnic minorities and people who identified as either LGBTQIA+ or disabled were weighted higher than the non-minority groups.

Indirect Recommendations: Participants were also given the chance to evaluate other employers in their respective industries that stand out either positively or negatively with regard to diversity. Only the recommendations of minority groups were considered.

Diversity Among Top Executives/Board, Internal, and External Diversity Engagement Indicators were also part of the evaluation.


Companies evaluated


Employees surveyed


Companies awarded