Last month, NAWLA held its Spring Wood Basics course at Virginia Tech where more than 30 attendees learned the ins and outs of the forest products industry. Below, Mandy Wong, a member of NAWLA's operations staff, recaps her experience attending Wood Basics for the first time.
From trucking to construction to car care to print distribution, across all sectors in which we work, there is one common trend that our recruiting team has noticed – there’s a shortage of skilled and unskilled workers to fill available jobs. And this shortage significantly impacts our clients, part
The 2018 NAWLA Leadership Summit and Western Wood Products Association (WWPA) Annual Meeting was held last month, April 8-10 in Austin, Texas. With an increased attendance over previous years, the event proved to be successful for all attendees and a beautiful week in Austin.
In-person exposure to current and prospective business partners through networking is consistently cited as the most important factor in the decision to attend the North American Wholesale Lumber Association’s (NAWLA’s) Traders Market.
2017 attendees raved about the value of those interactions by s
Similar to a number of companies in the forest products industry, conversations about recruitment go hand in hand with conversations about a company’s marketing and communications strategy. That certainly remains the case for Roseburg, a company th