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Do you have the right stuff?

AG has a ‘can do’ culture that starts and ends with people – Hire people for who they are, not what they can do. People can learn jobs, but do they have the customer service gene? We hire selectively. We train and then we offer opportunities to acquire new skills or groom people for advancement. It’s a family-owned business. We work here every day and want everyone to take pride in AG and our collective accomplishments. Talented people have found a home at AG.

AG is a fair and equitable employer with competitive pay and benefits, opportunities for learning and advancement, all in a respectful working environment. We are committed to providing employment accommodation in accordance with the Ontario Human Rights Code and Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act. At the moment, we do not have any vacancies. Please check periodically or follow us on Linked in. Questions? Contact

Meet an AG employee

Anouk Malavoy, Director, Business Development
Years with AG: 14 years
First job at AG: Account Executive
Best part of AG: “Teamwork. We pull together and get the job done. There’s a spirit and a loyalty to AG that makes us run harder and deliver results.”

Your role: “I devise strategies to help grow the business. Run sales meetings, create targets and ensure staff have the right tools to reach those targets. I’m always looking at ways to improve customer service – whether that’s launching a newsletter or getting feedback after an order, I want the customer to know we care.”

What’s your definition of customer service? “Delivering an exceptional experience – right from quoting, production, delivery and billing. I want customers to feel good about dealing with AG.”

Your secret for business success … “It’s simple. Caring. Care about your clients, your job and colleagues. If you do that, everything else falls into place.”

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“Displays were just delivered. Gorgeous! And what a pleasure working with every single person I've met at AG … Thanks so much for your help and patience.”

Larry Hicock, President and Creative Director