Payment Source wins Great Place to Work designation

The payment-service provider has been named one of Canada’s top workplaces for the third year in a row.
Daniel Reale-Chin
Associate Editor, Convenience Store News Canada
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Payment Source has been named a Great Place to Work for the third year in a row. The payment service provider received the designation from Great Place to Work Institute Canada, which recognizes high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. 

Payment Source won this years’ certification based on employee feedback in a Great Place to Work Institute survey. Each year, the company conducts extensive and anonymous surveys about employee’s workplace experience. 

“Once again we’re thrilled that we’ve been given this recognition for the third year in a row!” Said Grace Caputo, chief growth officer at Payment Source. “It’s important to our overall strategic vision for Payment Source to offer employees a work environment in which they’re happy and proud to work for the company. The Great Place to Work designation is a badge of honour to us, letting us know that we are continuing to move in the right direction as a corporate culture, and it fuels us to keep pressing forward with our employee engagement initiatives.”

Payment Source has also been recognized as one of Canada’s Best Managed Companies by Deloitte – a financial services, consulting and audit conglomerate in Canada – for five years in a row. 

Great Place to Work Institute's 2023 competition was made in partnership with The Globe and Mail, the Human Resources Professionals Association and Armagh, among other partners. 

Nancy Fonseca, senior vice-president of Great Place to Work Canada, says that a  great workplace is about the level of trust that employees experience in their  leaders, the level of pride they have in their jobs, and the extent to which they  enjoy their colleagues. "Our data shows that great workplaces benefit from  stronger financial performance, reduced turnover, and better customer  satisfaction than their peers. What's more, work environments with trust at the  foundation are ripe for innovation, agility, resilience and efficiency," Fonseca said.
 

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