Stauffer, Julie
September 2012
ReNew Canada;2012, Vol. 8 Issue 5, p14
The article focuses on the shortage of engineers and skilled workers in Canada, causing firms to keep their best and brightest workers. It mentions that the shortfall pushed companies to poach from their competitors to get the talent they need. Moreover, it mentions that the increasing performance of the mining and energy sectors globally has contributed to the problem.


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