Behaviour Interactive named among Best Workplaces for Today’s Youth and Best Workplaces for Professional Development
Behaviour Interactive is happy to announce its selection as one of Canada’s Best Workplaces for Today’s Youth and Best Workplaces for Professional Development by the Great Place to Work Institute.
Based in Montreal, Behaviour Interactive is Canada’s largest independent video game studio. It is best known for its hit action horror multiplayer game, Dead by Daylight, and its collaborations with many of the world’s leading entertainment brands, such as Microsoft, Nintendo, Sony and many more.
More than 80% of Behaviour’s team of 1,000 employees are under the age of 40. Many begin their journey with the company through Behaviour’s popular internship program and are hired as permanent employees.
“Being named among the Best Workplaces for Today’s Youth is important recognition for us as a video game company,” said Rémi Racine, CEO and Executive Producer of Behaviour. “Attracting young talent is essential and that means providing a culture that appeals to them and makes them feel welcomed, valued, respected and proud to work for Behaviour.”
Behaviour wants its team to feel it’s making a difference and our Corporate Social Responsibility commitments provide opportunities to do so in the areas of education, health, sustainability and entrepreneurship and through our annual BeGenerous internal fundraising campaign for organizations working with kids at risk of dropping out of school.
Behaviour’s team structure encourages collaboration and the sharing of ideas and opinions regardless of seniority. Our policies favour internal mobility and all team members have access to learning and development opportunities, training programs and regular opportunities to define their goals and aspirations with their managers.
“Being a Best Workplace for Today’s Youth goes hand in hand with being a Best Workplace for Professional Development – we want our every member of Behaviour’s team to feel they have opportunities to learn and grow and feel fulfilled in their roles and advance in their careers with us,” Rémi Racine said.
To be eligible for the Best Workplaces for Today’s Youth list, at least 30% of a company’s employees must fit the Millennial or a younger demographic (born no earlier than 1981) and the company must receive a positive response rate of at least 90% to the statement “I am treated fairly regardless of my age.” The organization’s overall score from its younger employees on the Great Place to Work Institute’s Trust Index is also used to determine who makes the list.
To be eligible for Best Workplaces for Professional Development list, organizations must receive a minimum score of 80% on the Professional Development Index, and a relative level of complexity based on the number of employees. Professional Development must also be demonstrated in the data as being a priority for their organization. The best are determined based on employee responses to the Institute’s Trust Index Survey.
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