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Learn more about Adecco
In a few words, we have over 50 years of experience in the recruitment industry. Over the years, through mergers, acquisitions, and exceptional growth, we have become the global leader in the field. The name "Adecco" was born in 1996 from the merger of two of the world's largest recruitment agencies, Adia and Ecco. While we recognize the importance of our history, we are firmly focused on the future - ours and yours.
Our company would be nothing without our employees: experts in their field who live to help others, who learn from their failures and rejoice in their successes. People who love, no, love their work.
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Some other good reasons to work with us
Working for an international employment agency has its perks! At Adecco, you'll find that your well-being is important to us - and our conditions and benefits reflect that
Montreal jobs: 1001 de Maisonneuve Blvd West, Suite 1200, Montreal, Quebec, H3A 3C8 - (514) 847-1105
Laval Jobs: 2534 Daniel-Johnson Boulevard, Laval, Quebec, H7T 2R3 - (450) 682-8700
Longueuil Jobs: 125 Boulevard Sainte-Foy, Suite 201, Longueuil, Quebec, J4J 1W7 - (450) 674-8787
Jobs in Quebec City: 305, boul. East, Suite 200, Quebec City, Quebec, G1K 3H3 - (418) 523-9922
Jobs in Saguenay: 345, rue des Saguenéens, bureau 040, Saguenay, Québec, G7H 6K9 - (418) 549-8787
Win4Youth is one of Adecco Group’s global programs. Launched in 2010, it encourages colleagues to participate in athletic events—from runs to races to swims to triathlons—and raise funds for children and young people in difficult situations. It’s a simple formula—for every kilometer completed, Adecco Group donates money to youth foundations across the world. How cool is that?
It's all about helping young people; staying in shape is a bonus.
Way to Work
Let us show you the way to work—awesome work. This program is designed for one purpose: to help ambitious young professionals launch promising careers. And it's been wildly successful at accomplishing just that.
We have a diversity committee dedicated to forming local partnerships with organizations that help job seekers -- for example, the YWCA, immigrant services, multicultural groups, native people’s associations, women’s networks, LGBTQ advocates, community colleges... and many others. It’s possible you’ve been in touch with one of them. After all, we have about 100!