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About us
Catalyst Paper is a leading North American manufacturer of diverse printing, newsprint and specialty/packaging papers, and pulp. With mills in British Columbia, Wisconsin and Maine, and distribution and sales centres in both Canada and the United States, Catalyst serves a global customer base that includes retailers, publishers and commercial printers. – more... We are recognized for our industry-leading customer service and a focus on environmental sustainability demonstrated by partnerships and certifications that underscore our commitment. Catalyst offers a competitive compensation and benefits package, and the unique opportunity to advance your career in an innovative and dynamic business that values great ideas and rewards performance. – less
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What is it like to work at Catalyst Paper?

3.2
Work/Life Balance
3.2
Salary/Benefits
2.5
Job Security/Advancement
2.7
Management
2.7
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at Catalyst Paper?

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61%
of employees approve of Ned Dwyer, President & Chief Executive Officer’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 23 ratings
3.0
Out of Touch HR Department
Written by Control Room Operator (Current Employee) from Crofton, BC on 18 February 2020
Shortage of experience in senior positions a direct result of not hiring and training when need was highlighted years ago. Now seeing a dangerous level of inexperience in senior positions as workforce ages and retires. How about hiring and training BEFORE senior employees with experience retire or burnout from excessive overtime.
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What did candidates say about the interview at Catalyst Paper?

Interview experience
Based on 19 interviews
Average
Interview difficulty
Based on 19 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 18 interviews
About a month
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