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Outlook & Prospects for Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction in Southern Region
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No employment outlook has been assigned to Senior Managers - Goods Production, Utilities, Transportation and Construction (NOC 0016) in the Southern region due to low levels of employment.
Local Labour Market NewsWeek of Aug 08 - Aug 12, 2016
- About 25 workers, mostly in Nova Scotia, are currently seasonally employed in food services on the Cat ferry from Yarmouth to Maine. The ferry also employs reservation agents, security personnel, baggage handlers and other workers onshore in Yarmouth.
- Some businesses in Liverpool, NS are having difficulty finding enough staff. White Point Resort needs bartenders, servers, front desk and room service staff, while call centre HGS needs to fill 20 positions.
- Midland Transport will use local contractors to construct a transportation storage facility in the next few months at the Yarmouth Airport to serve inbound and outbound shipments
- Lunenburg-based Covey Island Boatworks will expand its operations and begin building commercial fishing boats in Liverpool. The new facility will likely initially employ 6 - 8 workers, with a plan to increase the number to 15 to 20 as production increases.
- J.D. Irving has purchased J and H Industries in Liverpool, and will reopen it as a Kent Building Supplies store. Among the 35 former employees, 25 were offered employment. A J and H Industries lumber yard in Greenfield, employing four workers, will close.
- The Little Narrows gypsum mine will not operate in 2016, and a decision on its future is expected later in the year. The mine has not rehired the14 seasonal employees laid off six months ago, but 21 current employees will remain for reclamation work.
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