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Outlook & Prospects for Executive Housekeepers in Cape Breton Region
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Local Employment Potential Information
|Location||Employment Potential||Release Date|
|Cape Breton Region||(Undetermined)||2016-04-15|
No employment outlook has been assigned to Executive Housekeepers (NOC 6213) in the Cape Breton region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of May 09 - May 13, 2016
- The same owner plans to open a Robin's Donuts coffee shop in the summer of 2016 in Chéticamp, and another in New Waterford later in the fall
- Some workers on the transmission lines of the Maritime Link power project in Cape Breton will likely be laid off as a result of the declared bankruptcy of one of the major contractors. The number of employees affected has not yet been determined.
- The Nova Scotia Health Authority has recruited 10 new family doctors who will set up practice in Cape Breton over the next 18 months. Recruitment will continue for 10 more doctors to fill vacancies to be created by upcoming retirements or departures.
- The Nova Scotia government will hire two additional front-line immigration support workers within the next few weeks in Sydney to assist new immigrants to Cape Breton.
- Cheticamp Boat Builders has doubled its workforce to 22 employees over the last couple of years as a result of an increase in business from the installation of a marine lift and boat storage facility at the marine centre in Cheticamp. Construction of a 50-acre boatyard is also underway at the centre and there is a plan to build a fully operational marina.
- Sydney-area call centre ServiCom hopes to add as many as 500 jobs to its current staff of about 600 by the end of 2017. There will likely be a job fair within the coming weeks for the first round of hiring, which will fill 100 to 150 positions.
- Parks Canada will carry out 10 construction projects on roads and bridges along the Cabot Trail during the summer of 2016, as part of a five-year plan to upgrade infrastructure in the area.
- Montreal-based Saputo will close three milk processing plants in Canada, including one in June 2016 in Sydney. The union claims more than 100 workers will be affected in Sydney.
- Publisher CBU Press, owned and operated by Cape Breton University, will close permanently in the spring of 2017 for financial reasons. CBU Press has been publishing local authors since 1974.
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