Corner Brook scales back workforce
January 17, 2006 By Pulp & Paper Canada
Over the next 14 months, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper will cut a total of 27 jobs, the CBC has reported. Citing the …
Over the next 14 months, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper will cut a total of 27 jobs, the CBC has reported. Citing the usual challenges associated with energy costs, the Canadian dollar and a shrinking newsprint market, the company decided to scale back its work force in an attempt to remain competitive without closing paper machines.
The CBC further reported that some permanent workers will be shifted to a casual worker status, while some of the other eliminated positions will be absorbed by retirements.
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