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Atlantic Canadians: Sourcing Inputs and Front Door

atlantic canadians: As a recruitment professional, I want to see our young people stay in the region as much as countless other Atlantic Canadians who lament the move west for opportunity mentality, according to The Chronicle Herald. To limit the conversation to retention ignores strategies that offer local organizations distinct market advantages while growing our economy. The premise being that there simply aren't enough millennials entering through the front door to replace the retirees exiting out the back door. In a global economy, organizations do not need to halt operations due to limited local resources. Attracting people is a more important and more complex endeavour than sourcing inputs, such as raw materials or machinery. Rather, successful organizations look to the world to find the necessary resources and determine how best to acquire them. ( As reported in the news.