Headquarters: Montreal, Quebec
Year of creation: 1937
Business type: company
Activity sector: air transport
Air Canada is a Canadian airline with more than 200 domestic and international flights on the five continents from its correspondence platforms to Toronto Pearson, Trudeau Montreal, Vancouver and Calgary. It carries 45 million passengers each year.
Air Canada employs 30,000 employees in its various job families: pilots, flight attendants, building maintenance and facilities, aircraft maintenance, customer service, (airports and call centers), ground service (airports and freight), administrative and technical positions, cabin maintenance. Among the employees (45% of the total workforce), 420 women are in traditionally non-female positions (pilot, mechanic ...) and represent a quarter of the board members.
Air Canada administers a variety of human resources programs related to compensation, benefits, well-being (eg, wellness platform Surpass yourself), career management, training (eg: Learning Corner on the place of work), career advancement, diversity with 80 languages spoken, inclusion and recognition.
Air Canada has been involved in the community for 75 years through three main mechanisms: Air Canada Foundation (created in 2012 to support health and the well-being of children), field initiatives (eg Syrian refugees, evacuees from Fort McMurray) and commercial sponsorships. In terms of the environment, Air Canada has taken measures to reduce its ecological footprint, as attested in particular by the Fuel Program of calculated contingency and support to employees in their tree planting efforts and cleaning the environment.