SherWeb still recognized Recognized Employer

This is a news that falls for a company in intensive labor recruitment. For the third time in a row, the successful SherWeb company has earned Outstanding Employer Certification.

“This is a great news,” confirms Véronique Bibeau, Director of Human Resources, La Tribune. “We even got our highest rating! “

“Certification is granted even if we have doubled the number of our employees. These people come from everywhere to work at SherWeb. ”

To be certified as a remarkable Employer, employees are asked to complete a questionnaire. A total of 68 company practices are measured. The questionnaire response rate reached 90 percent, adds Bibeau.

It measures important aspects for staff, such as working conditions and remuneration. The questionnaire also asks that employees evaluate the performance of the company. SherWeb scored 77.8 when it had to reach 75 to win the certification.

The official accreditation is then granted by the Bureau de normalization du Québec.

“Questions about the working environment, working conditions, employee recognition and the professional challenges facing them are included in the questionnaire,” says Ms. Bibeau.

“SherWeb is the largest employer in Quebec. It helps us to make ourselves known to job seekers. SherWeb is recognized as an employer of choice. ”

This “good vehicle” will be promoted in the efforts of the company specializing in information technology in recruiting efforts, adds the manager. SherWeb, headquartered in Sherbrooke, has grown and will grow.

Last May, we learned that the company was expanding its tentacles on the South Shore of Montreal by opening an office in Longueuil. The company’s management announced the creation of 200 jobs. The project represents an investment of $ 8 million.

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SherWeb is part of a consortium that plans to build one or two buildings totaling at least 140,000 square feet and a public square, as well as an indoor parking lot in the Well Inc. project. From downtown Sherbrooke.

“We will have to fill 200 to 250 jobs over the next year,” she says. Currently, we are looking for 50 people. Among other things, we are looking for developers and sales staff and for technical support, “says Véronique Bibeau.

“This is a very challenging situation. On July 17, we expect 40 new employees. We want to attract the best talent. ”

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