a quarter of Galway's manufacturing workforce are being put out of a job
Moves were taken to establish more flexible workforces through changes to numbers employed, forms of work organisation and pay policies.
The report also calls on government to increase its investment in education - the province has one of the most educated workforces in the world, but much of that is due to immigration.
Social scientists are increasingly employed by government and private agencies and firms dealing with or employing multicultural districts and workforces .
The acceleration of productivity growth also resulted from a tight labor market, as firms made better use of their workforces .
This pace is broadly comparable with the trend in manufacturing workforces in America, Britain and most other western economies.
Chapter two describes the market share of the Canadian Potash and Uranium industries, and the characteristics of their workforces .
Yes, there may be underutilized workforces globally, but there is notably less available supply of copper, platinum, and crude oil.
The event recognised the achievements of the company category awards winners for their work in tackling age discrimination, and promoting the benefits of mixed age workforces .
Such gains can encourage employers to expand their workforces .