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News Release - Association of BC Forest Professionals

News Release - Association of BC Forest Professionals

Recruitment Strategy for

Recruitment Strategy for the B.C. Forest Sector 3.4 Commence, monitor, and adapt This Strategy provides sufficient direction to initiate recruitment activities immediately. Although defining additional aspects of the problem through further studies would be of some benefit, the time involved to do so will put the forest sector further behind other more cohesive sectors. Funding must be secured and activities begun as soon as possible. The Provincial Recruitment Strategy should be viewed as an adaptive process, one which seeks to commence immediately, monitor and assess the effects of recruitment activities and then modify the strategy as new information is made available. Recommendations: 3.4.1 The strategy in this report should be revisited as soon as possible to expand its recommendations into a more definite implementation plan with timelines and mileposts identified. A system of monitoring progress should also be put into place to assess how well the strategy is achieving its desired goals. 4.0 CONCLUSION The information in this document serves to identify the serious labour challenges facing the BC forest sector and the reasons it must mobilize as a cohesive body in implementing a Provincial Recruitment Strategy as soon as possible. The sector needs to commit to a five-year term in order to implement the strategic activities recommended in the report. Activities should be conducted through a partnership of multiple stakeholder representatives. Sufficient funding should be secured through endowments from the Province and stakeholder champions. Funds can be held by the Association of BC Forest Professionals for use by the provincial Recruitment Coordinator. Roles and responsibilities have been identified for recruitment activities, and where possible, existing efforts that need to be supported have been recognized. June 2007 Page 26 of 53

Recruitment Strategy for the B.C. Forest Sector Appendix I HRSDC Forest Sector Council Announcement June 2007 Page 27 of 53

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