One night last summer, as you were likely unwinding after a long, thankless day at the office, employees of Research In Motion loaded onto a bus for a very special evening. The Waterloo-based tech giant had rented out the Rogers Centre in Toronto and brought in U2 to play a private concert for its employees. On the "Man, do I wish I worked there" scale, this ranks about an 8.5 or nine out of 10.
Sounds like a great perk, right? Well, the Great Place to Work Institute has ranked the top places for employees in Canada. All findings are based on a survey of 40,000 Canucks that accounts for a variety of workplace factors. Did RIM and its rock star benefits make the list? Click through the following slides to see the top ten results for yourself.