CIMS donates $15,000 to Trail hospital

CIMS Limited Partnership has donated $15,000 towards the Ambulatory Care Campaign at Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital (KBRH). This donation will fund an Examination Room in the Oncology Department.

Patrick McGinley (center), CIMS president, along with CIMS team members, present this generous donation to Lisa Pasin, KBRH Health Foundation executive director (right).

CIMS Certified as Canadian Workplace Culture Leader

CIMS is Recognized as a Canadian Workplace Culture Leader

CIMS is proud of our team for earning the ranking of one of Canada’s Top Workplace Culture Innovators!  In December 2021, CIMS LP was certified as a Canadian Workplace Culture Leader for our exceptional organizational culture based on anonymous employees’ feedback and results that must exceed the national benchmark.  We are proud that our “Our People” core values are recognized and lived by our team.

From its humble beginnings in 1991, CIMS has focused on growing a culture that consists of a community of leaders & innovators, and provide a workplace that is diverse, inclusive and equitable for all. Through initiatives such as our Accessibility Policy and Equity, Diversity & Inclusion Committee, CIMS strives to lead by example throughout the industrial & construction industry in North America.

We are excited to build on and further develop our exceptional workplace culture with our people, customers, partners, and community. We look forward to using the data, report, and actionable insights provided by the Canadian Workplace Culture Index to continue to enhance our exceptional workplace culture.

About CIMS Limited

In 1991, CIMS began serving the pulp and paper sector.  CEO, John McLaughlin joined the company in 1994 and shortly after became the majority owner. As a journeyman boilermaker himself,  John was keen to create and grow a dynamic company that would provide excellent employment for himself and his colleagues. Since our beginnings in the pulp and paper industry, we have diversified into construction and maintenance in oil and gaspulp and papermining and smeltingpower generation, and chemical sectors.

About the Canadian Workplace Culture Index

The Canadian Workplace Culture Index, headquartered in Vancouver, BC, uses research, best practices, and innovative technology to recognize, enable, and amplify exceptional workplace culture —their research partner, the Angus Reid Institute, shows there’s a clear and direct relationship between employee engagement and financial performance. Over the past decade, they have captured the views of a representative population of Canada, helping organizations around the country identify and build high-trust, high-performance cultures. Through their certification programs, they recognize outstanding workplaces and produce an annual report on the status of workplace culture in Canada. Everything they do is driven by their mission: to recognize, enable, and amplify exceptional workplace culture in Canada. Follow The Canadian Workplace Culture Index online at cultureindex.io