It’s Official, SearchLabs is a Great Place to Work®


SearchLabs is proud to announce that we have been certified as a Great Place to Work® after a thorough, independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work Institute® Canada. This certification is based on direct feedback from employees, provided as part of an extensive and anonymous survey about their workplace experience.

At SearchLabs, we work hard to build a culture that puts our employees first. When you are in the people business and trusted with people’s careers, we believe that if you take care of your employees, they will take care of your clients and candidates.

That’s why SearchLabs offers a highly competitive compensation package, full benefits, the ability to earn up to 9.5 weeks of vacation, and monthly mental health days to start. We are a results-driven company and provide the freedom and flexibility to allow our team to do their best work.
Prioritizing a people-first environment and arming them with the tools, training, and resources allows everyone to succeed as we continue to scale and grow.

Nancy Fonseca, Senior Vice President of Great Place to Work® Canada, says that a great workplace is about the level of trust that employees experience in their leaders, the level of pride they have in their jobs, and the extent to which they enjoy their colleagues. “Our data shows that great workplaces benefit from stronger financial performance, reduced turnover, and better customer satisfaction than their peers. What’s more, work environments with trust at the foundation are ripe for innovation, agility, resilience and efficiency,” Fonseca said.

At SearchLabs, we make hiring and job hunting as easy and simple as possible so you can focus on what you do best. We believe in the 80/20 rule. That 20% of companies come up with 80% of innovation in the industry, and 20% of talent do 80% of the work. We represent that 20%.

Founded in 2010 as PMC Specialist Recruitment Solutions, we rebranded to SearchLabs in 2021. SearchLabs is a wholly-owned Canadian firm established to meet the recruitment needs of the technical environments of:

  • Design, Construction & Property
  • Information Technology

Partnering with top-tier firms and organizations while representing our candidates’ career goals and aspirations, we provide effective recruitment solutions ensuring a match that produces positive and rewarding results.

Our in-depth knowledge of the Design, Construction, & Property, and Information Technology industries and the various project portfolios, systems, and products within affords us a deep understanding of our clients’ business and the talent needed to fulfill their human capital requirements.

Knowing specifically what our candidates do, the tasks they are involved in, and the projects and experience they have gained allow us to professionally consult them towards career opportunities in line with their next career transition.

Whether you are an employer seeking key staff or a professional looking for your next role, SearchLabs offers its specialty service and expertise in producing effective and efficient results.

About Great Place to Work®: Great Place to Work is the global authority on high-trust, high-performance workplace cultures. Through proprietary assessment tools, advisory services, and certification programs, Great Place to Work recognizes Canada’s Best Workplaces in a series of national lists including those published by The Globe & Mail (Canada) and Fortune magazine (USA). Great Place to Work provides the benchmarks, framework, and expertise needed to create, sustain, and recognize outstanding workplace cultures. Visit us at or find us on Twitter at @GPTW_Canada.

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