Inclusion and diversity
We know our people perform their best when they feel safe, valued and respected. We strive to foster an open and equitable environment where each member of our team feels a sense of belonging – a place where they are empowered to express themselves and their ideas.
When we bring different people, ideas, backgrounds, opinions and skills to the table, we make better decisions, achieve better outcomes and create a better place to work for everyone.
Experience and commitment
When you make what you do matter, great things happen. Our employees know that when they come to work at TC Energy, they’re helping deliver the energy North American families, businesses and communities need to reach their full potential.
As a TC Energy employee, you have the opportunity to grow your career with us via on-the-job experiences, exposure to peers and leaders, and formal training.
We take pride in fostering our employees’ growth and development so they too can reach their full potential, and feel a sense of accomplishment.
At TC Energy, the mantra “One Company” highlights our focus on creating a unifying culture across our operations. This includes supporting employee contributions and requiring that all new employees complete diversity training within 30 days of starting on the job.
We also believe a job well done deserves recognition. Experience has taught us that frequent and genuine acknowledgment motivates our people and strengthens relationships, contributing to our shared success.
Safety and stability
Nothing is more important than the safe operation of our pipelines, storage and power-generation facilities. With 60% of our employees in maintenance and operations, ensuring everyone makes it home to their families after a day’s work is our goal.
Our commitment to safety and the belief that zero is real is reflected across our footprint. Check out some of the incredible accomplishments in 2020.
Collaboration and camaraderie deliver on safety
Compressor Station’s milestone sustained by employees
Enterprise Compressor Station marks 65 years with no lost time