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August 4, 2008The Second Annual Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA) Forum attracted more than 800 delegates, a big increase on the 450 delegates who attended the first meeting...
April 22, 2008Talent shortages loom in both Europe and North America but most firms are not paying enough attention to the issue, experts say. Such firms will likely begin to feel the effect of that...
March 4, 2008Procter & Gamble (P&G) is seeking to collaborate with companies from all industries worldwide, including chemical firms, to help boost innovation, Jeffrey LeRoy...
October 1, 2007The diversity of multinationals' workforces is an important resource that should be used to greater advantage, Rob Routs, executive director/downstream at Royal Dutch Shell, said in the keynote address opening the 41st EPCA annual meeting in Berlin today....
July 25, 2007Dow Chemical says it will offer a “modernized” retirement plan to all new U.S. hires starting January 1, 2008 “to attract and retain next-generation employees.”...
July 27, 2007The shortage of carpenters, electricians, pipe fitters and other “craft” workers who keep plants running is a particular problem in the U.S. Gulf Coast region, where...
July 26, 2007It used to be that hiring chemists, engineers, mechanics, office personnel, and other staff to work at a chemical company had a lot to do with offering a competitive salary and...
July 26, 2007Several industry firms are reaching out to students of all ages and their teachers with initiatives aimed at boosting math and science skills. BASF, Honeywell, Lyondell Chemical, and...
July 25, 2007Trade unions and employees in Germany’s chemical industry have agreed to a 3.6% pay hike for 14 months. The deal covers about 550,000 employees working for German chemical...