Red Deer company in running for Best Overall Workplace award

A Red Deer construction company is in the running for an award that recognizes one of the province’s best workplaces. Scott Builders Inc. is a finalist for Best Overall Workplace with 100 to 750 employees.

A Red Deer construction company is in the running for an award that recognizes one of the province’s best workplaces.

Scott Builders Inc. is a finalist for Best Overall Workplace with 100 to 750 employees.

It’s competing against Brand Alliances, Edmonton Regional Airport Authority and Vermillion Energy.

The award is one of 10 to be presented this evening during the Alberta Best Workplaces Conference in Edmonton.

The other categories are Best Overall Workplace with fewer than 100 employees; Best Overall Workplace with more than 750 employees; Aboriginal Employees; Benefits, Perks and Incentives; Environmentally Conscious; Health and Safety; Millennials; Training and Development; and Volunteerism and Community Involvement.

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