Most people spend more time at work than they do with their families, friends or even sleeping. Because of that, we feel compelled to create an amazing work experience for our employees. We continuously work with our employees and managers to develop remarkable employee programs and experiences. Great employees have a lot of employers to choose from. One of our organization’s priorities is to be an employer of choice in the communities in which we operate. We have designed our work environment and culture based on the following principles: 1) Respecting and appreciating our employees 2) Encouraging innovation and creative thinking across the entire organization 3) Passion for our patients, products, quality and corporate mission 4) Actively preventing bureaucracy 5) Ongoing, two-way communication between our employees and leaders 6) Transparency and openness 7) Employee development and empowerment
In accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act and MedReleaf’s Accommodation Policy, a request for accommodation will be accepted as part of our hiring process. To avoid any delays in the recruitment process, if you require accommodation to apply or if selected to participate in an assessment process, you must provide your accommodation needs in advance.
MedReleaf is committed to creating and maintaining a diverse employment environment and is proud to provide equal employment and promotional opportunities to all employees and job applicants. Employees and job applicants will receive consideration for employment and promotional opportunities without regard to a prohibited ground as outlined under the Ontario Human Rights Code, with the sole exception being where a bona fide occupational requirement would restrict access to employment or promotional opportunities. Under the Ontario Human Rights Code, there are currently fourteen (14) grounds of discrimination prohibited under Law. They are listed below: 1. Age 2. Ancestry, colour, race 3. Citizenship 4. Ethnic origin 5. Place of origin 6. Creed 7. Disability 8. Family status 9. Marital status (including single status) 10. Gender identity, gender expression 11. Receipt of public assistance (in housing only) 12. Record of offences (in employment only) 13. Sex (including pregnancy and breastfeeding) 14. Sexual orientation.