11/21/2002 - Spectrum Signal Processing announced that it has been chosen as one of Canada’s Top 100 employers for the second consecutive year. The Top 100 Employers Survey was conducted by Mediacorp Canada and the results are published in the ‘Canada’s Top 100 Employers’ book and featured in the October 28, 2002 edition of Maclean’s Magazine. Spectrum was chosen from an initial database of 47,000 Canadian companies.
“Spectrum has created an open and supportive working environment where each employee’s voice is clearly heard. Spectrum’s unique culture is based on its strong tradition of two-way internal communications, and the understanding of and commitment to Spectrum’s strategy and corporate goals,” stated Pascal Spothelfer, President and CEO of Spectrum.
One of the ways that employees have the ability to provide feedback and effect change is through Spectrum’s Human Resources Committee (HRC), a cross-departmental and cross-hierarchal group of elected employees. The HRC is a key working environment differentiator that complements Spectrum’s Human Resources Department. Other key elements in Spectrum’s work environment are an emphasis on performance management, and development programs implemented to foster personal and career growth.
All of the preceding factors contribute to create a rewarding work environment that actively implements best practices in human resources and employee communications. In addition to its Top 100 Employer recognition, Spectrum’s positive work environment was recognized in January 2002 as one of the Top 3 companies to work for in British Columbia by BC Business Magazine.
About Spectrum Signal Processing
Spectrum Signal Processing designs, develops and markets high performance wireless signal processing and packet-voice processing subsystems for use in communications infrastructure equipment. Spectrum’s optimized hardware, software and chip technology work together to receive, process, and transmit voice and data signals. Leveraging its 15 years of design expertise, Spectrum provides its customers with faster time to market and lower costs by delivering highly flexible, reliable and high-density solutions. Spectrum subsystems are targeted for use in media gateways and next-generation voice and data switches, satellite hubs, government communications systems and cellular base stations.
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