Collins Barrow Calgary named a Top Employer for Young People (again!)

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Collins Barrow Calgary is honoured to announce the firm has once again been named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People, an editorial competition recognizing employers who offer the nation’s best workplaces and programs for young people starting their careers.

Winners of the competition are chosen by the editorial team at the Canada’s Top Employers project. Collins Barrow Calgary has been recognized for investing in ongoing training and development for staff and providing subsidies for tuition and professional designation.

“Our firm has been dedicated to continuing to build on a strong foundation that provides top talent with a rewarding career, rich with challenges and opportunities. It’s all part of the CB Life,” said David Hird, managing partner, Collins Barrow Calgary.

“We’re honoured to be recognized once again alongside such innovative employers, who exhibit true leadership in creating valuable employment opportunities for young Canadians and strengthening the labour market across the country.”

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