Sleep Country Canada rated 6th-best employer

February 2007
Furniture/Today;2/26/2007, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p25
Trade Publication
The article states that mattress retailer Sleep Country Canada is named as the 6th best employers in the 50 Best Employers in Canada survey for 2006 conducted by the consulting firm Hewitt Associates. The article presents the views of chairman and chief executive officer, Stephen Gunn who believes that maintaining and focusing on the employee centered culture has shown in the survey. Details related to key selection points of survey are also presented.


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