May 1, 2014
Last night at the Palais des Congrès de Montréal, Olymel repeated last year's feat by winning two Mercures at 34th Mercuriades Contest organized by the Fédération des chambres de commerce du Québec. The evening was attended by over 800 representatives of the Quebec business community as Olymel distinguished itself by taking top honours in the two categories in which it was a finalist.
Olymel was awarded the 2014 Mercure in the Increased Productivity\Business Development Bank of Canada\Large Corporation category for its implementation of innovative strategies to increase productivity by developing a system that optimizes supervision of all aspects of management, industrial processes and human resources coordination.
Olymel also garnered the 2014 Mercure in recognition of our efforts in the Occupational Health and Safety\Large Corporation category thanks to the innovative nature of its programs: S.C.O.R.E. which are designed to foster the development in the company of a culture of occupational accident and disease prevention, A.G.I.R. which focuses on risk identification and management, and lastly, Sentinel, a compensation management enhancement program.
These prestigious awards are in addition to those won by Olymel since the 2011 Mercuriades, including the 2013 Mercure for Large Corporation of the Year last year.
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