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Savoura a 100% female leadership takes the leadership of the Quebec flagship
The entire SAVOURA team is pleased to announce that Peggie Clermont and Caroline Dalpé respectively occupy and, as of now, the presidency of the board of directors and the general management of the organization. Peggie Clermont, a new partner at Raymond Chabot Grant Thornton, knows the Quebecer company very well, having been a management consultant in finance for several years. As for Caroline Dalpé, it is in continuity that she pursues her mission of managing the company as general manager, a position she has held since 2014.
The 10 acquired rights obtained by women in 2017 ...
Absolutely incredible that in 2020 we are still there ... News Article - December 2017
Industry 4.0 and the rising of the smart factory
Recent technological advances in wireless communication, information technology and robotics allow the rise of the smart factory. In fact, we are currently witnessing the rise of a new phase of the industrial age that is disrupting the way manufacturing companies around the world do business. This is Industry 4.0.
Industry 4.0 is the fourth industrial revolution of modern times. The former used the steam engine to mechanize production, while the latter used electricity to create the assembly line and mass production. The third was characterized by the use of information technology and electronics to automate production.
For 12 years, Canada's Best Diversity Employers has recognized employers from across Canada who deliver exceptional diversity and inclusion in the workplace programs. This competition recognizes successful diversity initiatives in a variety of fields, including programs for employees of five groups: women, members of visible minorities, persons with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples, and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender / transsexual (LGBT). This competition replaced their two annual rankings of top employers of women and visible minorities.
Diversity at work
Canadian Donna Strickland, first woman Nobel Prize winner in physics since 1963
Donna Strickland and Gérard Mourou shared the Nobel Prize in physics with the American Arthur Askin, for their research on lasers which made it possible to develop high precision tools used in industry and medicine.
Women have come a long way, ”insisted the new winner. “I feel like I've been paid the same (as men) have always been, to be treated the same. "
However, if the number of women Nobel Prize winners (48 in total) has continued to increase since the first edition, from four laureates between 1901 and 1920 to 19 between 2001 and 2017, they do not represent, at the end of the 2017 season. , that just over 5% of the 896 winners of both sexes.
Hands down, the economy wins the donkey hat in front of the scientific prizes. Literature is largely a man's business; peace does a little better. Of the original prizes (that of economics was instituted in 1968), physics and chemistry are the most misogynistic, having awarded only two and four women respectively. Paradox, however: the only woman in history to have ever been crowned twice, Marie Curie , was crowned in these two categories, in 1903 and 1911 .