Cross-Training at Peace River Pulp: A Case Study

Human Resources

To maintain competitiveness, many companies are turning to cross-training so that employees are skilled in multiple jobs. This case study looks at a Peace River Pulp of Alberta, which provides a successful example of cross-training in practice.

Receive email updates
This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.

You May Also Like

ARTICLES

Labour Relations
4 Principles to Build Trust Between Union and Management
Trust … a feeling that is often hard to describe in words. We all know what it feels like when we trust someone, an...
Better Leadership: Focus on a Coach Approach
Human Resources
Better Leadership: Focus on a Coach Approach
Coaching is a leadership style that is growing in organizational cultures. It is shifting from an optional leadership...
Talent Management Truths - 5 lessons from the field to help solve todays workplace challenges
Human Resources
Talent Management Truths: 5 Lessons from the Field to Help Solve Today’s Workplace Challenges
Talent management has been in the spotlight recently as many organizations face historic talent shortages, a workforc...

PROGRAMS

A group of people sit against a large window with desks in front of them.
Workplace Restoration
Addressing a Toxic Workplace to Rebuild Relationships and Productivity.
Two sets of hangs tugging a rope in different directions.
Strategies for Workplace Conflicts
Practical and Effective Conflict Resolution Skills for Managing Everyday Workplace Disputes.

Share this article

Page link
Copied!

This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google Privacy Policy and Terms of Service apply.