14 DOMTAR 2016 ANNUAL REPORT A GENERATIONAL TRANSITION Replacing a generation of papermakers over the next decade is our challenge, and we are well on our way. Retiring colleagues represent a wide spectrum of skills, none more critical to our operations than those based on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) knowledge, especially engineering. We’re making special efforts to build our talent pipeline in these disciplines. We are committed to attracting the best talent, and to keeping manufacturing jobs in North America. PROMOTING DIVERSITY One of our workforce renewal priorities is to bring in more women colleagues. To support this objective, we sponsor TAPPI PIMA Women in Industry, whose mission is to support the development of women in the pulp and paper industry. Our Diversity and Inclusion Committee, created on the belief that an inclusive workforce makes Domtar a better business, helps us work smart. Composed of colleagues from various departments, the committee assesses our diversity performance, sets objectives and measures our progress. WORKING SMART EVERY DAY DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF FIBER INNOVATORS Domtar is a dynamic team of approximately 10,000 people dedicated to making fiber-based, everyday products. Successful recruitment, retention and talent development ensure that our team always has the requisite skills to thrive in competitive markets. Our future depends on it. To support our workforce renewal needs across Domtar, we have developed robust college recruitment programs, internship opportunities, scholarships and merit awards. Our offer of stimulating careers and attractive remuneration gives us an edge. But what seals the deal is when prospective hires are informed about how we work at Domtar, our values of agility, caring and innovation, as well as our reputation as a sustainability leader.
Domtar 2016 Annual Report
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