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Bayer CropScience one of top 10 employers


June 3, 2010
By Fruit & Vegetable

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June 3, 2010, Calgary,
AB – Bayer CropScience Canada has been selected as one of the country’s top
leaders in attracting and retaining younger employees.

June 3, 2010, Calgary,
AB – Bayer CropScience Canada has been selected as one of the country’s top
leaders in attracting and retaining younger employees.

“This is another
excellent achievement,” said Kamel Beliazi, president and CEO of Bayer
CropScience Inc
. “Here at Bayer, we pride ourselves on retaining the best
people for the business. Innovation is a leading strategy for our company; we
invest in and support our people so they can progress in a successful, balanced
working environment, one that leads the way and demonstrates innovation in
everything we do.”

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Bayer CropScience was
chosen based on its summer associate program, when the company hires more than 135
summer students each year. Other highlights include Bayer’s benefits, education
and development programs, such as the customized MBA-style training program in
conjunction with the University of Calgary’s Haskayne School of Business.

“Once again, we are
delighted with this recognition,” added Nicole Davis, HR director, Bayer
CropScience Inc
. “We always aim to offer programs and support for all of
our staff, and we believe it is important to get a good work/life balance.”

First published in 2001,
the Canada's Top Employers for Young People competition is organized by the
editors of Canada's Top 100 Employers. This special designation recognizes the
employers that offer the nation's best benefits for younger workers.