You.i TV Earns ‘Platinum-Level Best’ Ranking in Aon Best Employers Study

Nationwide Selection to Top 22 in Category Follows Deloitte Canada’s Technology Fast 50 Honor

Ottawa, ON, Canada – Nov. 14 2017 – Just days after being named one of Canada’s outstanding technology companies, You.i TV, a global leader in video app experience platforms, has continued to earn recognition for the organizational culture that has underpinned its business success.

You.i TV has been named one of the top companies in its category in the Aon Best Employers in Canada Study, an evaluation of workplace engagement based on the opinions of almost 734,000 employees across approximately 500 Canadian organizations.  You.i TV was one of the top 22 Small- and Medium-Sized companies that achieved the Platinum-level Best Company ranking awarded selectively to the top 25% of those surveyed by Aon. The honor comes on the heels of You.i TV’s second straight berth in the Deloitte Canada’s Technology Fast 50, based on the company’s five-year 499% increase in revenues.

Aon Best Employers are selected on the results of an in-depth engagement survey of company executives and employees. According to Aon, the results of this year’s survey highlight engagement factors that make Best Employers “much more effective at attracting, retaining and engaging high performers through disruptive times.” The study confirmed that Platinum-level Best Employers such as You.i TV are significantly more effective in equipping employees to perform work tasks (Enabling Work), as well as in such areas as senior leadership, employee development, recognition, and support for future career opportunities.

As a Company, we feel very strongly that if our people love their work, their environment, and the culture we’ve created, there’s no upper limit to what our team can achieve.

said Heather Tyrie, Vice President of Employee Experience for You.i TV.

The Aon Award is great recognition for the commitment that has powered our success and motivation to keep investing in our people.

About the Aon Best Employers in Canada Study

The Aon Best Employers in Canada Study is the country’s premier benchmark for assessing the quality and performance of workplace excellence using global standards based on more than 20 years of learnings and best practices from Aon studies conducted all over the world, relying on data collected in more than 150 markets from over 9,000 organizations in 68 industries, including over 734,000 employees and more than 500 companies of all sizes in Canada. Recognized organizations have achieved outstanding results among their Canadian counterparts for engaging employees, demonstrating effective leadership, building a performance culture and leveraging the strength of their employer brand. To learn more about the Aon Best Employers studies, please visit the Aon Best Employers website.

About Aon

Aon plc (NYSE:AON) is a leading global professional services firm providing a broad range of risk, retirement and health solutions. Our 50,000 colleagues in 120 countries empower results for clients by using proprietary data and analytics to deliver insights that reduce volatility and improve performance.

About You.i TV

You.i TV is a privately held company whose You.i Engine software platform enables TV and media companies worldwide to engage users, create customers, and ultimately fans. You.i Engine allows customers to build personalized, profitable experiences quickly on all platforms – mobile devices, set-top boxes, game consoles, and streaming devices – from a single code base. Brands such as Turner, NBA, Disney, National Geographic, Cartoon Network, Fox and the Canadian Football League are spearheading direct-to-consumer and OTT strategies using You.i Engine-powered TV applications. You.i Engine has been licensed in major industry genres, including entertainment, kids, sports, and news. For more information about You.i TV, visit our About Page, Product Page, or take a look at the You.i TV Blog.

Media Contacts:

Trisha Cooke
You.i TV
613-608-6417
trisha.cooke@youi.tv

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