WestJet pegs success on people and culture

“We look at WestJet as being a completely different airline,” President Gregg Saretsky told analysts at the Bank of America Global Transportation conference last week. “It is a value-for-money type of airline; one that focuses on our guests and where 84% of employees are owners. We are at an inflection point in our history.” And that, indeed, is its culture – one that has earned it recognition for the best corporate culture in Canada.

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