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Celebrating Top Work Cultures Across Canada

Every year, SupportingLines celebrates top organizations across Canada that have achieved distinguished results in its High-Performance Index™ (HPI) assessment with its High-Performance Culture Award. In 2022, SupportingLines recognized just a few organizations from across Canada for top work cultures. Named amongst this year’s awards recipients is 4Seasons Transportation!

SupportingLines’ HPI assessment is a comprehensive survey that determines whether an organization has a high-performance culture where teams achieve critical goals and people have a great human experience of work. It assesses employee engagement, the employee experience, employee satisfaction, psychological safety and operational performance.

When an entire organization achieves a high HPI score, leaders and teams are truly living the values of the organization and creating an environment in which people can thrive. In other words, the High-Performance Culture Award recognizes and celebrates companies whose very own employees agree – these are amazing places to work.

Why 4Seasons Transportation has a High-Performance Culture

4Seasons Transportation carries students living with disabilities to school in a safe, calm and compassionate way. It’s 4Seasons’ vision to affect change in the lives of students with disabilities by being the leading accessible school bus company.

4Seasons’ commitment to continuously improving the school bus experience for students living with disabilities and that of their employees has been shown in its HPI assessment results. The organization has achieved distinguished results with an average employee engagement and satisfaction score of more than 80%.

“We’re thrilled to be awarded on a national level for our work culture,” says Brooke Garcia, CEO, 4Seasons Transportation. “Our compassionate community of employees makes 4Seasons a great place to work, and we’re passionate about empowering them so they can provide the best possible care to the students we transport every day.”

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