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AET Group Inc. Receives ECO Canada’s 2018 Top Employer Award

ECO Canada Top Employer 2018 Congratulations Photo

On November 7, 2018, AET Group Inc. was the recipient of the ECO Canada 2018 Top Employer Award at the 2nd Annual Eco Impact Awards Gala. As a small sized company with 31 employees total, it is an enormous accomplishment to not only be nominated for this award but come out on top amongst large corporations. This recognition further verifies the hard work of our dedicated staff and support of our loyal clients.

At its core, AET is committed to our ecological, financial, and social responsibilities. AET seeks to integrate the environmental, economic, and societal aspects of our business to protect the natural environment, achieve sustained financial success, and develop the company’s reputation as a respected corporation. To us, sustainability means to survive and prosper, to create more value than we consume, and to fulfill our present needs with the carrying capacity of our planet without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs. It is our recognition of and willingness to adopt the same sustainability practices within our own day-to-day operations that we promote to our clients that has allowed AET to evolve into a leading organization in the environmental industry.

We look forward to continuing to showcase our passion for the environment and working alongside organizations like ECO Canada to help further advance the environmental industry and make a difference both locally and globally.

https://www.eco.ca/blog/aet-wins-2018-employer-impact-award/

About ECO Canada

For over 25 years, ECO Canada has led the advancement of career development resources and training programs for environmental practitioners in Canada. They continuously study the environmental labour market and examine ways to improve access for new graduates and individuals entering mid-career. The National Occupation Standard developed by ECO Canada has also informed the skills and competencies required for the Environmental Professional Certification (EP), as well as ongoing training and professional development for environmental professionals.[i]

 

[i]http://www.eco.ca/