The award, founded by Waterstone Human Capital, annually recognizes best in-class Canadian organizations for having cultures that have helped them enhance performance and sustain a competitive advantage.
“Four years ago, we committed to enhancing the employee experience as a core pillar of our strategy. Since then we have focused tirelessly on making CMH a place where people actually want to come to work,” said Jeremy Levitt, President of CMH. “We are honoured to receive this award and attribute the recognition to the culmination of efforts across the business – from our lodge operations in the field to our head office here in Banff.”
For over 50 years, CMH has delivered life-changing mountain experiences to not only its cherished guests from around the world but to its passionate and diverse team of employees. CMH’s culture was assessed across six categories: vision and leadership; recruitment best practices; cultural alignment and measurement; retention, rewards and recognition; corporate social responsibility; and organizational performance.
At CMH, values are more than simply framed words on a wall, they are woven into every facet of the Company’s operations. Director of Employee Experience, Kitty Thompson, attributes authenticity, accessibility, and transparency as key qualities in the culture that CMH has fostered.
“At Waterstone we believe corporate culture drives performance and that it’s an organization’s greatest asset,” said Marty Parker, President and Chief Executive Officer of Waterstone Human Capital and Chair of Canada’s Most Admired™ Awards. “What’s remarkable about this year’s group of winning organizations is their commitment to corporate culture and their success in leveraging that culture as a competitive advantage. They each set a high bar when it comes to building great, high performance cultures that ultimately drive organizational growth and power the performance of their teams.”
“There is no question that our focus on culture has played a major role in the unprecedented growth and record financial results that CMH has achieved over the last four years,” said Levitt. “Enhancing the employee experience will remain a strategic pillar and we will continue to improve upon the work we have done thus far.”
About Waterstone Human Capital At Waterstone Human Capital, we help build high performance cultures. We’re a human capital management consulting firm specializing in retained executive search, cultural measurement and assessment, and leadership training and development. We have successfully helped hundreds of entrepreneurial-minded, high-growth organizations across North America recruit, measure and train for fit. Waterstone is also the founder of the Canada’s Most Admired™ Corporate Cultures and Canada’s Most Admired™ CEO programs. These national programs annually recognize best-in-class Canadian organizations and CEOs, for fostering cultures that enhance performance and help sustain a competitive advantage. For more information please visit waterstonehc.com or canadasmostadmired.com