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CRFA, BioTalent Canada announce partnership

April 23, 2014 Ottawa, ON - The Canadian Renewable Fuels Association (CRFA) and BioTalent Canada today announced a new alliance connecting CRFA members to BioTalent Canada’s suite of essential human resource tools and services.


April 23, 2014
By CRFA

April 23, 2014 Ottawa, ON – The Canadian Renewable Fuels
Association (CRFA) and BioTalent Canada today announced a new alliance
connecting CRFA members to BioTalent Canada’s suite of essential human resource
tools and services.

 

“CRFA members are at the forefront of creating the green
jobs of the future,” said CRFA President W. Scott Thurlow. “This partnership
with BioTalent Canada will help connect our members to the talent and human
resources products and services needed to build Canada’s emerging bio-economy.”

 

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This partnership will allow CRFA members to access BioTalent
Canada’s human resource expertise and cutting-edge tools and corporate
services, like The PetriDish™, Canada’s only national bilingual biotechnology
job board.

 

“Our 2013 labour market report, Sequencing the Data, shows
how severely skills shortages are hampering the growth of Canada’s
bio-economy,” says Rob Henderson, President and CEO of BioTalent Canada. “Our
cooperation with the CRFA will not only enhance the reach and efficiency of
both our organizations, but it will also help build a greener Canada for future
generations through the great work of the CRFA and its members.”

 

The CRFA joins one of Canada’s largest networks of national
and provincial biotech industry associations and private corporations – one
that BioTalent Canada has forged in the past two years, including Rx&D
(Canada’s Research-Based Pharmaceutical Companies), BIOTECanada, MEDEC,
Scotiabank StartRight, Drake International, and Porter Airlines. This network
gives partners a direct channel and exposure to thousands of employers,
employees, jobseekers, students, graduates, and the rapidly emerging and vital
audience of internationally educated professionals throughout Canada’s
bio-economy.


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