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Jan 10, 2020

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Kerrwil Publications has been officially certified as a Great Place to Work following an independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work Institute Canada. The thorough and anonymous survey provided extensive feedback from Kerrwil’s employees highlighting an inclusive and innovative work environment. Making Kerrwil a truly Great Place to Work.

Kerrwil has shown a dedication to empowering its employees to find a work life balance that fosters productivity while providing them with the proper resources, training and tools to maximize their potential, as well as the potential of the company. The importance of an inclusive working environment where each employee’s input and ideas are valued and respected cannot be understated in this respect. All of which has contributed to their success as a leader in the Canadian publishing industry, along with the company’s mandate to “be a member of the industry first and a published second.”

“Our commitment to being focused on what we do best allows the team here to be engaged and involved. Our mission is to be a world class publisher of Print, digital, online and web-based solutions that deliver brand awareness, build preference, deliver results for our customers,” said John Kerr President of Kerrwil when commenting on the GPTW certification. He further added “I am thrilled for our team here as the credit needs to go to them for building such a collaborative environment here.” 

Investment In Building Construction - NovemberTotal investment in building construction decreased 2.0% from October to $13.7 billion in November. Both the residential (-2.2% to $9.4 billion) and non-residential (-1.6% to $4.3 billion) sectors declined. On a constant dollar basis (2012=100), investment in building construction decreased 2.1% to $11.6 billion.

In the residential sector, investment in single dwelling construction was down 2.0% to $4.9 billion, while investment in multiple dwelling construction (which includes doubles, row homes and apartments) declined 2.5% to $4.5 billion.

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Christina HuangChristina Huang is a Senior Contracts Manager for Schneider Electric. She has a varied, technical background, which allows her to excel in her current role with an in-depth knowledge and line-of-sight to multiple aspects of any given project. Previously, Christina worked in IT Consulting for CGI, where she designed and built the Bell.ca website. “After a year, I realized that I had an urge to do something different and out of my comfort zone,” she noted. Christina took a position with Atomic Energy Canada, a subsidiary of SNC-Lavalin (now CANDU) as a Commercial and Contract Engineer/Specialist.

 

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Kerrwil Publications Great Place to Work. Certified December 2019 - December 2020

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