Riviera hosted a special lunch to congratulate its newest tradesmen and Riviera’s new CEO, Paul Lyons commended all nine apprentices on completing their apprenticeships.
Lyons said Riviera had a history of more than 15 years in training and helping to develop the company’s apprentices.
“There are not many manufacturers who have a dedicated apprenticeship program and it demonstrates the commitment Riviera has to its people. Our people are by far our greatest asset,” Lyons said.
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