Potash Corp. looks to aboriginal community to help fill future employment needs
The president of the Potash Corporation of Saskatchewan says the world's largest fertilizer producer must reach out to the aboriginal community to help meet its future employment needs.
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Since: Sep 08
#1 Nov 6, 2008
One would think Mr.Moore and company would take care
of his existing employees and go back to the bargaining table and sign an agreement before stepping out to entice others to join the company.
If the native community looks at how he's treating his current employees they won't want anything to do with Potash Corp I would think.
#2 Nov 6, 2008
GOD Bless..''everyone'',here,toooo oo booot!!!!....Onward-in-busines s,here,.....eh.
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