Tuesday, July 15, 2014
The team behind the company is extremely grateful for the award and recognition, as it comes on the heels of decline in London’s job sectors, according to the release. What keeps Voyageur thriving in these economic times, Voyageur President Theresa Matthews said, is that its power is its people, so it is a standard of the company culture to have each employee feel that their job an opportunity for personal growth and participation.
“Today’s market place is not just about the investment in the product; it is about the investment in the people,” John Hughes, National Leader of Canada’s Best Managed Companies and Managing Partner of Deloitte Growth Enterprises, said in the press release. “Voyageur Transportation invests in their team to build up a strong and stable company. Canada’s Best Managed Companies carries this attribute and we are pleased to say Voyageur Transportation is one of this year’s recipients.”Voyageur Transportation’s team is over 1100 members strong, and the management prides itself on continued investments in training programs, advancement opportunities and culture development. For more information visit www.voyageurtransportation.ca.