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January 31, 2020

ABB is proud to announce it has been selected as one of Canada’s Best Employers by Forbes Magazine for the fourth year in a row. In 2020, ABB increased its placement to #14 (up from #26 in 2019). Additionally, ABB ranked #1 within the industry category of “Semiconductors, Electronics, Electrical Engineering, Technology Hardware & Equipment”.

“The strength of any organization lies in its employees,” remarks Éric Deschênes, Country Managing Director and Electrification Leader, for ABB in Canada. “At ABB we know we are our best when our employees are engaged, valued and truly believe that they are making a difference, every day.”

In the determination of this ranking, Forbes surveyed 8,000 Canadians working for firms and institutions with more than 500 employees and asked them to rate their employer on a scale of 1 to 10. Respondents were also asked to evaluate other employers in their respective industries that stood out.

At ABB, we are committed to solving some of the biggest global challenges of our time. This is only possible through our exceptional people who work, every day, for a better future. “As we lead some of the most innovative projects in the world, we know our work environments need to be equally dynamic and sensitive to employee needs,” explains Sylvie Bergeron, Vice-President, Human Resources, ABB Canada. “We are proud to be able to offer a stimulating work environment that brings out the best in our people.”

ABB is committed to the workforce of the future, and to helping Canadians lead the way in the industries that it serves. We pride ourselves on providing a workspace where diversity and inclusion, and innovation and purpose are at the forefront.

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 Nexans Webinar - Key 2021 Electrical Code Changes Impacting Wire and Cable  

Nexans Free WebinarJoin NEXANS for a free webinar with Isaac Müller, Applications Engineer for Nexans as he reviews and discusses the changes to the 2021 Canadian Electrical Code related to wire and cable. This free webinar will take place Wed, Jan 27, 2021 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM EST


This webinar includes:
- Updated rules to protect cables (12-514,12-516)
- New conditions of use for wire & cable (Table 19)
- An opportunity to ask your questions

Click here to register today.


 

Machine SafetyAs factory automation evolves with Industry 4.0, advanced technology continues to introduce more accurate and innovative features, many of which are used to protect personnel and equipment.

In competitive industrial operations, quality, throughput, uptime, and other production attributes are key. Operations must not only be precise, but also safe. Safety, however, relies on new innovations in sensors, controllers, relays, and other controls, to prevent mishaps that can potentially be life threatening. Manufacturers and distributors of automation and control technologies are responding with accurate controls to ensure unprecedented levels of safety.

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