Dalhousies to hire 50 more employees this year
In the fall, the Dalhoulie College of Business was forced to hire 500 new employees after it became the first private college in Canada to lose its $20 million operating licence in 2016.
As part of the deal, the college has to spend $3.5 million over four years to refurbish and improve its facilities, as well as hire 150 new staff, which it said it expects to do this fall.
The new hires will be responsible for overseeing the business operations and maintaining a 24/7, 24-hour operation.
The college is looking for a person to fill a position at the Dal-y-Kamak Business Center and will also be hiring at least one new employee to work on the business and the academic programs.
The business management program is in the process of adding three new faculty members, according to Dalhouls president and CEO Peter Leitch.
“We have about 50 full-time employees on campus.
So this is a big investment for us,” he said in an interview with CBC News.
The program will be the first time in Dalhoulos history that the business school is hiring a significant number of full-timers, as opposed to the current 150.
Leitch said the new hires are expected to have a positive impact on the school.
“Our program is a business school and we’re really trying to create a business culture where people are engaged and engaged in learning and working with colleagues.
We’re trying to foster collaboration and the ability to collaborate,” he added.
The Dalhouie business school was the first to lose the licence in Canada.
The move to hire 150 employees comes as the province is struggling to rebuild after the worst economic downturn in its history.
The provincial government recently announced it would invest $4 billion to build a new economic infrastructure and create 10,000 jobs.
“Dalhoulies success story is not a story of the one-time economic downturn,” Minister of Business Development and Economic Development, Jim Flaherty, said in a statement last month.
“It’s the story of our government and the province that are helping the most impacted and most disadvantaged families, communities and communities in Nova Scotia to thrive.”
The university has already been operating without a business licence since 2017, but that licence expired in 2018.
The university was previously known as Dalhos College, which was established in 1968.
It now is known as the DalHoulies Business College.
Dalhoude, a Dalhoux, is the name of a town in southern France, and the name is derived from the name for the French bulldog.
It is a breed that originated in Normandy and later became known as a type of bulldog used for service in the French army.
The breed is now well-known for its agility, agility and agility-based skills.
In 2014, Dalhoughs dean of the business administration program, Brian McKeown, announced the hiring of the first new Dalholish employees at the business management school.
In the past, Dalharie has had a small number of Dalhouchys employees who worked in the business department, but those jobs were eliminated in 2016 because of budget cuts.
The department has also struggled to hire additional full-timer staff.
In March, Dalhurie said it would pay out a total of $8.6 million in the 2017-2018 academic year.
The money will go towards new business development and business development services for the business program.