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Aaron Pooran of AFIMAC Global.

In the Field with Aaron Pooran – Director of Operations at AFIMAC Canada

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Many clients are experiencing challenges, including an ongoing staffing crisis that has shown little sign of letting up. Labor is in short supply, and I have seen for myself the work ethic of the everyday employee shift dramatically over the years. Some people are simply unwilling to work, which doesn’t bode well for the companies that need laborers on their job sites, either during a strike or when experiencing a serious productivity backlog.

After COVID, AFIMAC began to see a lot more need for contingent labor, a shift from the traditional crisis and disaster relief the company has been known for the last 30 years. Much of the company’s focus has been on strike services and labor disputes, but now the country’s staffing crisis has created new needs for our client base, which AFIMAC is primed to address. We are capable of building robust and traveling workforces, offering businesses unique solutions to a crisis.

The Changing Nature of Clients’ Needs

As the needs of our clients change, so does AFIMAC. When faced with a crisis, AFIMAC brings incredible experience that helps clients plan and predict for absolutely anything. Whether you are facing a workplace crisis, pending strike action, or a persistent staffing shortage, there are so many dos and don’ts that many employers simply do not think of. AFIMAC assesses contingency plans to determine what has been overlooked, leaving many clients wondering how they could have missed it in the first place.

AFIMAC has over 30 years of contingency planning and crisis management experience, and our goal remains to determine the needs of our clients and address them with our services.

About Aaron Pooran

Aaron Pooran has been with AFIMAC for over ten years, originally beginning his career as a security guard. His hands-on experience makes him a unique, home-grown talent, taking many of the skills developed in-house and applying them to his role. Aaron works directly with the senior leaders at AFIMAC, developing contingency plans and managing the deployment of workforces while ensuring that they have the right tools to get the job done.


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