Saturday, April 8, 2017

Edmonton Journal 11 hrs · The company was not alone, with a human resources group noting scores of oilpatch jobs left vacant by retirements have not been filled “to reduce costs and create a leaner workforce.”

The company was not alone, with a human resources group noting scores of oilpatch jobs left vacant by retirements have not been filled “to reduce costs and create a leaner workforce.”
Canadian Natural Resources Ltd. says it shed nearly 400 jobs — roughly five per cent of its workforce — in the past two years, but not by issuing layoffs. The country’s biggest heavy oil producer, which claims it hasn’t laid anyone off due to the…
EDMONTONJOURNAL.COM
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Dwayne Kostyk Maybe some one should reduce the hr people ..dont see them loosing there jobs
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Julie Ali I think HR folks are being cut as well; when I was in Calgary I met a HR guy retraining as a plumber.
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Julie MacArthur This is news? Maybe to ppl who dont actually live in Alberta..
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Julie Ali I agree; the unemployment numbers are so high.
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