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Aeryon Receives Top Small & Medium Employer Award


Aeryon Labs Inc. was honoured today by The Globe and Mail and Mediacorp Canada Inc., the organiser of the 4th annual Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers competition.  The provider of trusted small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) aerial intelligence solutions to Military, Public Safety and Energy customers around the world was recognised as one of Canada’s best workplaces among small and medium enterprises.

Aeryon was recognised for its forward-thinking human resources policies, including its health spending account that provides greater flexibility and tax-free savings for qualified medical expenses.  The company was also evaluated for its physical workplace; work atmosphere; health, financial and family benefits; vacation and time off; employee communications; performance management; training and skills development; and community involvement.

“Being recognised as a leading workplace is an honour that stems from having great, talented people as well as a solid benefits program,” stated Bill McHale, Chief Executive Officer, Aeryon.  “We have steadily grown over the past ten years, and enjoy being an integral part of the vibrant Kitchener/Waterloo and larger Canadian business community.  In fact, our team has doubled since the start of 2015, as we support of a growing number of customers in over 35 countries.”

More information on Canada’s Top Small & Medium Employers can be found online, or by reading the special magazine published in The Globe and Mail today.

About Aeryon Labs Inc.

Aeryon Labs Inc. is trusted by Military, Public Safety and Energy customers around the world for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (sUAS) and end-to-end solutions that deliver life and resource saving, actionable aerial intelligence.  Headquartered in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, Aeryon’s industrial-grade, field-proven sUAS solutions set the standard for real-time, secure aerial intelligence across a wide range of applications, from executing tactical missions to investigating traffic incidents to inspecting critical infrastructure.

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