The key to our success is our people

At Ecclesiastical, we believe in a culture of shared ownership and accountability, and an environment of collaboration and respect. We also believe that our people are our brand and constitute our key differentiator in the marketplace.

Our success is fuelled by their efforts, attitude, and performance. That’s why we seek to attract and retain top talent that align with our core values and guiding principles. As an equal opportunity employer, Ecclesiastical embraces diversity and social responsibility.

Continuous learning and development

Through internal training and external programs, we offer opportunities for continuous professional development.

Employees who attain industry and professional designations receive generous achievement rewards.

Competitive compensation

Our people receive industry and market-competitive salaries and an incentive program tied to company results. We offer competitive, company-funded health, wellness, and dental plans and provide a generous defined contribution pension plan, as well as two paid “personal days” each year.

Good corporate citizenship

Ecclesiastical employees are encouraged to donate their time and skills to charities, community programs, and organizations that enrich quality of life and create opportunities for others. Employees also have one paid ‘Volunteer Day’ each year to volunteer at a charity of their choice.

One of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People, 2020

Ecclesiastical is proud to be named one of Canada’s Top Employers for Young People, 2020. We’re delighted to join the small cadre of winners and to be in the company of some of Canada’s most highly respected organizations. This is our eighth consecutive year on the list, in recognition of our commitment to attract and retain young employees and develop the next generation of insurance leaders and professionals.

Canada’s Top Employers for Young People is organized by the Canada’s Top 100 Employers project. A national competition open to organizations of all sizes. The editorial committee looks at a broad range of criteria, including hiring practices, training and mentoring programs, tuition assistance for continuing education or professional designations, and career development and retention.