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Resolute Receives Stevie Award as One of the World’s Great Employers

Resolute’s efforts in creating a more inclusive and diverse workforce have garnered the company recognition as one of the world’s great employers.

On September 20, Resolute won a bronze Stevie® Award for Great Employers in the Employer of the Year – Manufacturing category. The Awards program was established in 2016 to recognize the world’s best companies to work for and the human resource (HR) practices that help create and drive great workplaces.

The judging panel highlighted Resolute’s achievements in addressing the attraction, retention and labor shortage challenges we are facing, as well as for creating a workforce that is more inclusive and diverse. The Stevie judges recognized our achievements with these comments:

“Resolute is clearly making their employees, partners and sustainability a main focus for their company.”

“As indicated in their submission and their values, they are focusing their efforts on promoting diversity while attracting and retaining employees.”

“A great entry about human resources innovation. Well done!”

In 2018, the company redesigned its “Jobs Where You Grow” employer brand to better reflect our recruitment efforts in both Canada and the United States. The company also forged closer ties with partners in several of our operating regions in order to achieve hiring goals. In addition to promoting recruitment efforts to attract more women, these initiatives helped Resolute hire 1,330 new permanent and temporary employees this past year, including 42 new Canadians and refugees, 18 French international students, and many women in non-traditional jobs.

If you are looking for a challenge in a new job or field, we invite you to explore career opportunities at Resolute.

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