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.
Opening doors for autistic adults
Being able to work in a grocery store is something some of us might take for granted, but for autistic adults, it can be life-changing. It's one of the many reasons why Loblaw has teamed up with Giant Steps Montreal, a school dedicated to the education and inclusion of autistic students, to launch the Polaris Enterprise initiative.
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.
Holiday help for small community after devastating fire
Around midnight on December 4, 2020, a fire broke out, destroying the only grocery store in the village of Apsley, Ontario, in the township of North Kawartha. The nearest grocery store is about 50 kilometres away, a long haul at the best of times — and 2020 certainly hasn’t been the best of times.
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.
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.