People and Culture Coordinator
The PEER Group Inc.
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About the PEER Group Culture
As a group, we are focused on creating customer success while working in a supportive atmosphere filled with challenges, fun, and food. Being a part of the PEER Group community means that we:
- Enjoy coming to work each day – the people we work with, the work we do, and the flex hours.
- Love that we are encouraged to be curious, to learn, and to apply our knowledge and skills to solve hard problems and to contribute in meaningful ways, big or small.
- Genuinely care about each other and it shows by how we support each other in both the work we do and in how we hold space for and support each person in realizing their potential.
- Want every employee to succeed and are committed to providing opportunities to do so, along with providing regular and ongoing feedback, mentorship, training, and individual development plans.
- Focus on your long-term development, with more than 25% of current employees having continued their careers at PEER Group for 10 years (or more)!
- Are recognized as global experts in what we do, and constantly work to get even better.
- Value excellence, promote from within, and strive to not only do our best, but to be our best.
- Value giving back. We support our community through frequent fundraisers, with company charitable matching, and encourage our employees to give back where and as they are able.
About PEER Group
PEER Group is headquartered in Kitchener-Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, with offices in Dresden, Germany and Toronto, Ontario, Canada. A privately-held company, PEER Group currently employs approximately 250 people worldwide.
Smart Manufacturing starts with factory automation software
PEER Group® provides the largest portfolio of factory automation software products and services to high-volume manufacturers and equipment makers in the semiconductor, photovoltaics (PV), and electronics industries. We help lower the cost of automation for our customers by solving their most challenging equipment automation, data management, and process control problems.
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