Our core values

Life at Loblaw

Technology and digital

Andrea and Ayeman show why Loblaw is a top employer

It didn’t take long for Ayeman Bhatti, Digital Product Owner, for the PC Financial® brand, to realize product management was her “bread and jam,” as she puts it. She’d always been interested in finance, but after graduating from university, she realized she wanted to do product management in the digital space.

Close-up of a smiling woman on a rugby pitch
Technology and digital

Breanne’s got game

Breanne Freeman, Senior Manager, Customer Engagement Solutions, talks about her love of rugby and how she brings what she’s learned from the sport to her role.

Mother (left) embracing daughter from behind

It’s a family affair for Desiree

When a teenage Desiree Seymour landed a summer job at the Loblaws® store in her hometown of Summerside, PEI, she didn’t expect she’d build a career with the company—or that much of her family would one day work with her.

Woman standing with hands on hips in front of school campus
Technology and digital

Sophia wants tech to be more equitable

Sophia Wajdie, a Technology Adoption Analyst with Loblaw Technology, discovered her passion in high school — and entirely by accident. Her family had moved from Brampton to Woodbridge mid-year and many classes were full, so she ended up being placed in a computer engineering elective. It was not her first choice.

Woman leaning against railing of store mezzanine with blurred store in background

Marla’s positively marvelous

Marla Berry is the kind of cashier who will try to make you smile as you pass through her checkout lane. “I just want people to leave happy,” she says. “If somebody comes through and they don’t look like they're having a good day — which, especially now, is common — I just want them to be able to get through the line quickly, and if I can help them leave in a better mood, then good.”

Crystal standing in a distribution centre
Diversity and inclusion

Crystal paves the path less travelled

When Crystal Furey began her career over 20 years ago, she rarely saw another female in the room. She graduated as an industrial engineer from the Technical University of Nova Scotia, where she was one of just six women in the class. Today, she’s the only female General Manager of distribution at Loblaw. She leads two of Atlantic Canada’s five Loblaw Distribution Centres: DC 21 in Halifax and DC 15 in St. John’s.

Awards and recognition

Canada’s Best Diversity Employers 2020

Greater Toronto's top 2020 employers

2020 Canada's greenest employers

Canada's top 100 employers 2020

Have careers questions?

Find us on Facebook.Find us on Twitter.Find us on LinkedIn.