about xerox

Why Xerox

Xerox revolutionizes the way the world works. We help our customers and our people, across the globe, find better ways to do great work. Our work environment and culture helps our people see their dreams materialize into real solutions for the real world. We continuously strive to build a great workplace. Year after year, we have attracted people with world-class talent, drive, and vision.

Need more reasons? In 2007, we were recognized as one of the 50 Best Employers in Canada.

To view the xerox canada team leadership chart, click here.

Xerox Innovation

Xerox is one of the world's top technology innovators. Our engineers, physicists, and chemists are future-minded, tech-savvy people who come to Xerox knowing this is where their visions can become real-life solutions. They are located in five research centers and numerous engineering hubs around the world. Working with social scientists and marketers, they dream up innovations to help our customers work better, smarter, and more brilliantly.

To learn more about the Xerox Research Center of Canada (XRCC)
visit: www.xerox.com/innovation

Our People, Our Culture

Our employees create a culture that is open, vibrant, connected and human. We build
relationships. We are passionate about the business. We are real.

We recognize and reward performance and contributions. It’s a place where you can grow
personally and professionally. It’s a place where you can make things happen.

Working for a Recognized Industry Leader: Haven’t Heard of Xerox?

Xerox is a multi-billion dollar company with the document industry's broadest portfolio of

  • Xerox was rated as one of the 50 Best Employers In Canada (Report On Business Magazine, 2007.)
  • Xerox is a $15.9 billion technology and services enterprise and a leader in the global document market.
  • Globally, we have 53, 700 direct employees, 4,800 working for Xerox Canada.
  • We operate in 160 different countries.

You have definitely heard of us!


Vancouver, British Columbia
Experience British Columbia, Canada’s Western-most province and soon to be host of the 2010 Olympics. British Columbia gives you the opportunity to take in the mountains and the ocean all at once. Vancouver is the largest metropolitan area in Western Canada and consistently ranked as one of the most liveable cities in the world. Experience it yourself and search jobs and apply in Vancouver, BC.

Calgary, Alberta
Come and work out west and experience the world’s largest outdoor rodeo as well as the strongest economy in Canada. This booming city offers the best of both worlds: a cosmopolitan city of over 1 million people and outdoor adventure and wilderness at the foothills of Canada’s Rocky Mountains. Join one of Canadas largest growing communities and search jobs and apply in Calgary, AB.

Edmonton, Alberta
Nicknamed the oil capital of Canada, Edmonton is Canada’s second most populous provincial capital and has quickly become a culturally focused city trying to earn a new reputation as “the Festival City.” Edmonton’s number one tourist attraction remains West Edmonton Mall, the largest shopping centre in North America, which receives 22 million visitors each year. Enjoy all that this great city has to offer in person and search jobs and apply in Edmonton, AB.

Winnipeg, Manitoba
Winnipeg is known across Canada for its Red River and as the gateway to the west. Due to its close proximity to hundreds of lakes there is a wealth of recreational opportunities in this capital city. Culturally, Winnipeg is home to the Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Canada’s oldest ballet company. Experience dinning on the canaland its beautiful sights and search jobs and apply in Winnipeg, MB.

Toronto and Surrounding Area, Ontario
The largest city in Canada and the fifth largest in North America is Ontario’s capital, Toronto. With 6 professional sports teams, the world’s tallest freestanding structure and distinct ethnic communities and parks across the city, you’ll never run out of things to do. The population is diverse and sophisticated making it an ideal destination for new immigrants to Canada. If you are interested in working at our corporate head office or even some neighbouring communities, search jobs and apply in the Greater Toronto Area, ON.

Ottawa, Ontario
The nation’s capital and truly bilingual city, Ottawa is home to Canada’s federal government. The capital of Canada is located in the Ottawa Valley on the banks of the Ottawa River that form the border between Ontario and Quebec. Ottawa contains both the Rideau River and Rideau Canal which in the winter turns into the world’s largest skating rink. Come and work alongside the Federal government and search jobs and apply in Ottawa, ON.

Montréal, Québec
Known for its culture, nightlife, cuisine and fashion, Canada’s second largest city has so muchto offer. From the comedy festivals to the International Jazz festival, Montréal has become well-known around the world. Get to know it yourself and search jobs and apply in Montréal, QC.

Québec City, Québec
Québec City, located north east of Montréal is the capital of Québec. It is known for its Château Frontenac and Winter Carnival. The Ice Hotel, found about 10km east of Québec City was the first of its kind in North America and is built each January. Experience what Québec City has to offer throughout the year and search jobs and apply in Québec City, QC.

Saint John, New Brunswick
Saint John is the largest city in New Brunswick. Situated on the Bay of Fundy at the mouth of the Saint John River it creates a natural reversing falls. As part of the Maritimes, it is known for its seafood and the Saint John Market offers an array of fresh food and fish. Enjoy the fresh air and fresh food and search jobs and apply in Saint John, NB.

Halifax, Nova Scotia
Halifax is the major economic centre of the east coast due to its size and ability to utilizeits port.The culture in Halifax is influenced by its large post-secondary, student population. This has helped contribute to a booming film and music scene. Come out east and search jobs and apply in the Halifax Regional Municipality, NS.

Social Responsibility

Xerox’s social responsibility efforts are an extension of the company’s belief that a successful corporation must be an active participant in society.

The Xerox Foundation assists more than 400 social, civic and cultural organizations. We have also provided more than 40 grants to university research programs and offered scholarship support at more than 140 colleges and universities to prepare students for careers in business, science and technology.

As an Imagine Caring company we pledge to:

  1. Donate a minimum of 1% of our pre-tax profits to charity annually.
  2. Encourage employee giving and volunteering.
  3. Support one innovative community investment project each year.
  4. Demonstrate leadership by publishing an annual one-page report on community investment activities and challenging other businesses to step up to the challenge.
  5. Follow ethical and environmentally responsible business practices.


Our aim is to design products, packaging and supplies that make efficient use of resources, minimize waste, reuse material where feasible and recycle what can’t be reused.

To meet this commitment we are constantly designing “waste-free” products built in “waste-free” plants and investing in innovation that delivers measurable benefits to the environment. To meet this commitment, Xerox has put in place several programs:

  • Xerox’s Green World Alliance Program: provides collection and reuse/recycling for spent imaging supplies.

  • Xerox’s Product Take-Back and Recycling Program: manages equipment at end of life.

  • Xerox’s Solid Ink Imaging Process: utilizes compact, “cartridge free” solid ink sticks with no plastic housings or casings, thereby reducing office waste by 90% compared with comparable laser products.

  • Prepaid Postage Labels: allows customers to return spent materials to Xerox for reuse and recycling.