Carl Farrell, President SAS Canada
Great Software. Great People.
SAS is a workplace like no other. The work we do makes a difference. Our ideas are valued. The way we live matters, both on and off the job.
We believe in stimulating work, an empowering management philosophy where you are encouraged to take risks and an inspiring work place where creativity thrives.
Anything is possible here.
Learn about "what's not to love" with a career at SAS.
In 2014, SAS Canada was ranked as one of the top 10 employers on the Best Workplaces in Canada list. SAS was also recognized as one of Canada's Top 100 Employers for the eleventh consecutive year and as one of Greater Toronto's Top 100 Employers. Our Toronto-based Canadian headquarters was the first newly constructed commercial office building in Canada to receive Silver in Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification. To this day, SAS' eco-friendly head office building continues to generate public recognition for its leadership in corporate sustainability practices. In 2012, SAS Canada was recognized as one of "Canada's Greenest Employers".
Also in 2012, SAS earned the top spot on the elite World's Best Multinational Workplaces list from Great Place to Work for its commitment to workplace culture. SAS has always believed that employees are the cornerstone of our business. Our promise of work/life balance, environmental sustainability, the benefits we offer to all our employees, the awards we have received show our commitment to these principles.
SAS provides Business Analytics software and services to more than 60,000 sites – 92 of the top 100 companies on the FORTUNE Global 500® list use SAS. Come join the leader in business analytics software and services, and make a difference in an environment where people thrive on creativity, innovation and a positive work-life balance. Great Software. Great People.
External Recruiting Agencies: SAS currently does not engage external recruiting agencies and will not accept unsolicited resumes from any external agency. Unsolicited resumes will be treated as SAS' to follow up with as it sees applicable. SAS maintains a preferred vendor list and only engages approved external agencies from this list to work on specific positions at certain times. Only an approved vendor can be engaged by SAS for a specific position, with a written scope of work. SAS will not pay placement fees to companies that have not been approved in writing to work on a specific opening.
- SAS is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO is the Law (PDF).
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SAS' employee-centric culture is defined by work-life balance, flexible work schedules and excellent work environments
Senior Director, Human Resources, SAS Canada
At SAS Canada, we recognize that in order to succeed we must ensure our employees are satisfied and feel empowered to reach their fullest potential both in all areas of their lives. We are committed to offering our employees an exceptional and inspiring place to work – one that is built on a culture of respect and trust for employees.
You can. The simple reason behind why SAS Canada receives numerous accolades as one of the best companies to work for is because we treat our employees as our most valuable assets. We know our employees possess the skills and ingenuity to deliver innovative, award-winning solutions; and making them our top priority makes good business sense. Take a look at the videos below to learn more about our people, culture and community involvement.
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)
The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) is a law passed by the Ontario Government with the goal of developing a fully accessible province for persons with disabilities by 2025. The law takes a proactive approach with respect to accessibility by developing and implementing accessibility standards.
While this legislation only applies to Ontario employees, we all have a shared responsibility with respect to creating an accessible community, regardless of where we live. We all have a goal to create a community that is inclusive of all persons and to ensure that no one is denied excellent customer service regardless of their disability.
SAS is committed to informing and educating our employees on not just the legislation but on how we can build an inclusive community that respects the members of the community that require special care.
SAS facilities are located in buildings offering wheelchair accessibility ramps, and there is direct elevator access to all SAS office floors on which meetings, courses and user groups will take place.
This is your chance to grow your network, learn from mentors and experts, apply your skills to real-world projects and make lasting friendships.
Most of all...follow your passion!
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