More than just a summer job Saint John NB

In today's marketplace, employees' expectations are increasing. As a result of these demands, companies are offering greater opportunities and more i ...

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More than just a summer job

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(NC)-In today's marketplace, employees' expectations are increasing. As a result of these demands, companies are offering greater opportunities and more incentives to continue attracting and retaining top talent.

These "extras" range from frequent employee social events to the 'once in a lifetime' chance to work alongside employees from around the world at the Olympic Games. Other opportunities also include travel, with employees participating in global competitions or exchange programs and attending international conventions and workshops. Companies offer these extras to reward exceptional service and give employees experiences to remember.

Although company perks attract employees of all ages, students in particular can benefit from some of the academic-related benefits employers are now providing. Because of their educational goals, students may choose to work for companies that offer tuition reimbursement, scholarships and awards. Outside of financial support, mentorship programs that match students with successful employees may provide further benefit to students with targeted career paths.

How can students find organizations that offer some of these great programs? A good place to start is by checking out reports like the annual Best Employers in Canada.

Compiled by Hewitt Associates for The Globe and Mail's Report on Business Magazine, this study measures employee engagement and ranks organizations based on an overall score. An organization makes the list only if its employees think it's a great place to work.

McDonald's Canada, one of the fifty Best Employers for the sixth time, has committed to offering scholarships as a way of recognizing student employees for their achievements at work, school and in their communities. The company also offers the Olympic Champion Crew Program through its long-standing sponsorship of the Olympic Games.

For students, these added incentives can help transform a summer job into more than just a place to work. With the right company, and the right perks, the experience may also result in further personal and educational development.

Credit: www.newscanada.com