Workforce
What is colloquially known as the skills gap, referring to the dearth of skilled trades workers, is also a knowledge gap and an experience gap for pulp and paper companies. The large number of retiring workers means that, for all positions...
According to a report in the Alberni Valley Times, Catalyst Paper's Port Alberni, BC, division is “constantly hiring,” says general manager Fred Chinn.
Daishowa-Marubeni International’s Peace River Pulp Division has earned a spot on the list of 50 Most Engaged Workplaces compiled by Achievers. This annual award recognizes top employers that display leadership and innovation in engaging...
People – how to find them, how to keep them – was the chief topic of discussion at PacWest. Both presenters and participants showed a deep concern about our industry’s current employment demographics, and about the increasing...
Each month, Pulp & Paper Canada takes a poll on a timely issue concerning the pulp, paper and forestry industry. The results are published here.
From July 29-August 1, a group of 40 teachers in Ontario will be doing the learning.
Says Veeman, "Conventional productivity measures typically concentrate on marketed inputs and outputs, but do not consider the improved environmental quality associated with pollution abatement. We se...
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