Pizza Pizza was recently recognized as one of Canada’s most admired corporate cultures for 2022 by Waterstone Human Capital.
The program recognizes a select group of “best-in-class” Canadian organizations that “foster high performance-driven corporate cultures that help sustain a competitive advantage and breed success,” according to a media release.
“Our unique, performance-driven culture is an everyday reflection of Pizza Pizza’s principles which emphasize integrity, innovation, teamwork, and trust, together with great ambition and passion for what we do. We are proud of our entire team who truly live by these principles and continuously deliver impressive results for our company, our shareholders, our restaurant owner/operators, and our communities,” says Paul Goddard, president and CEO.
“At Waterstone, we know corporate culture drives performance and that it’s an organization’s greatest asset,” says Marty Parker, president and CEO of Waterstone Human Capital and chair of the Canada’s Most Admired program. “The 2022 award recipients demonstrate that putting culture at the center of strategy drives growth and accelerates performance.”
Winners of the award are selected following a detailed, highly competitive case submission process and interviews. The company received the recognition for the first time in 2022 and will celebrate with the other 2022 honourees at the Canada’s Most Admired Summit and Awards event to be held in March 2023 in Toronto. For a full list of award winners, visit www.waterstonehc.com.