We offer competitive compensation and benefits based on experience and a proven track record of success, relative to the deliverables of the role.
Maintaining a Healthy Work-Life Balance
Employee Benefits and Perks
For over 30 years, WinAir has made it a priority to instill and maintain a healthy work-life balance for all of its employees. We know that in order to achieve our business goals, it is vital that we support the needs of each and every member of our team. We offer competitive compensation and benefits based on experience and a proven track record of success that is relative to the deliverables of the particular job role.
We are proud to offer a flexible work schedule for maintaining a healthy work-life balance. This means that staff have the ability to amend their work schedule, with previous managerial approval, so that they can attend to personal, family, or social activities. We also offer a variety of social committee driven events throughout the course of the year and during the summer, we provide all staff with Happy Summer Fridays so that everyone has the opportunity to enjoy a little more sunshine.
Here is a summary of some of the amazing benefits and perks associated with initiating a career at WinAir:
- Competitive Compensation
- Formal In-house Technical Training
- Mentorship Programs
- Flexible Vacation
- Flex Time
- Company Fitness Subsidy
- Summer Hours (Select Paid Friday Afternoons Off)
- Employee Advocacy
- Personal/Family Sick Time and Health Benefits
- Internal Promotion/Career Advancement
- Product Specialist Development Program
- Regular Employee Events
- Opportunity for Travel
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act
WinAir supports the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) in all our workplace practices, including building accessibility, client service and business relations accommodations, as well as adherence, respect and required accommodation for our employees (as well as for candidate requirements during our recruitment and selection processes).
To learn more about AODA, please visit the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilitys Act website.