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Egg Farmers of Canada once again named one of Ottawa’s top employers

Organization nurtures a unique corporate culture and environment in which employees excel and thrive

OTTAWA, February 4, 2016 – Egg Farmers of Canada (EFC) is honoured to be named a National Capital Region’s Top Employer for the fourth consecutive year.

The careers of its nearly 60 employees are enriched through professional development and specialized training programs. As a result Egg Farmers of Canada benefits from a high level of employee engagement which is evidenced by low turnover rates and the service length of many employees.

“We care deeply about our work, our employees who are essential to our mission, and the broader society in which we carry out our business,” said Tim Lambert, Chief Executive Officer at Egg Farmers of Canada.

Egg Farmers of Canada provides an atmosphere that helps employees deal with the demands of their role while driving job satisfaction, productivity and loyalty. It includes a wide range of on-site amenities, such as a fully-equipped fitness room, free underground parking, ample bike racks, and a rooftop patio.

“We hire the best and brightest and we nurture their development by providing opportunities to all employees to improve their skills through professional development and training. Together we take pride in managing and promoting Canada’s supply of fresh, local, high-quality eggs,” added Tim Lambert.

EFC has built a reputation as a leading agriculture organization and as an employer that maintains a progressive and forward-thinking culture. Honours like the National Capital Region’s Top Employer, being named by Waterstone Human Capital as one of Canada’s Most Admired Corporate Cultures, and other recognitions like the Crystal Egg Award further echo EFC’s commitment to its employees.

About Egg Farmers of Canada

Now in its fifth decade as one of Canada’s leading agriculture organizations, Egg Farmers of Canada manages the national egg supply and promotes egg consumption while representing the interests of regulated egg producers from coast to coast.