As Canada’s agriculture industry deals with a labour and talent shortage, BASF Canada continues to see growth in its Professional Development Program they started five years ago.
We talk to BASF Vice President Jon Sweat and Regina based employee Melissa Parkinson about the company’s Professional Development Program.
In this podcast we talk about:
– How this has helped the company’s retention program
– How this has helped Melissa Parkinson get her career started on the right foot.
– How the program has allowed them to rotate graduates through different positions.
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