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Air Canada Named One of Canada’s Best Diversity Employers for Third Consecutive Year

Air Canada has been named one of Canada‘s Best Diversity employers for 2018, the third consecutive year the carrier has been awarded this distinction. In naming Air Canada, Mediacorp Canada Inc. cited among other things the airline’s success forming partnerships to reach diverse communities. The award is based on Mediacorp’s Canada’s Top 100 Employers project, which also included Air… Read More ›

Rolls-Royce power systems asserts itself against challenging markets

Future program bearing fruits Assertion against shrinking markets – revenue and EBIT remain nearly constant RRPS 2018 on track – gained transparency, ground work established Rolls-Royce Power Systems has asserted itself against adverse market conditions in 2016. The adjusted revenue was £2.65bn (2015: -1%) at steady exchange rates. The operative margin slightly decreased to 7.2%… Read More ›

Hong Kong Airlines Once Again Recognized as a Family-Friendly Employer

Hong Kong Airlines is recognized as a “Family-Friendly Employer” again in the “2015/16 Family-Friendly Employer Award Scheme” and also garnered a special mentioning for being a family-friendly employer in two rounds of the award scheme. Hong Kong Airlines values work-family balance of all of its staff and introduces a series of family-friendly employee initiatives including… Read More ›

Gulf Air Bahraini employees graduate under Tamkeen Development programme.

In its continued support to strengthen the People Development in the Kingdom of Bahrain, national carrier Gulf Air saw 102 of its Bahraini employees graduating from a yearlong professional development under Tamkeen’s Career Progression Programme (CPP).   In a ceremony held earlier this week, the employees received their certificates from Tamkeen and NeoVartis company in… Read More ›

RUAG Technology: Staff reduction at Mechanical Engineering in Altdorf cannot be excluded if competitiveness is to be retained.

In order to remain internationally competitive in future, to be profitable, and to continue to execute orders in Switzerland, the optimisation of cost structures to EU and euro levels is necessary in the area of precision manufacture of large components (Mechanical Engineering) by RUAG Technology in Altdorf. A staff reduction of around 40 employees can… Read More ›

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