The goal to ensure long-term viability of the mill, and the company's plan to start implementing a workforce rationalization plan.
The memo was accidentally sent to media following the mill's meeting with union officials Tuesday.
At the meeting, Corner Brook Pulp and Paper said will get back to its employees in the coming months with details of what the unions have been told are a "manning reorganization and rationalization" of the workforce in the first quarter of 2012.
Communications, Energy and Paperworkers Union national representaive Gary Healey told the media after today's morning meeting at the mill with officials from parent company Kruger that the mill is still working out the details of this plan and will meet with the unions in the first quarter.
No details of how many jobs will be affected were made available to the union, said Healey.
Initial reports had as many as 90 jobs affected, but that news changed in the past day.
Healey said the unions are happy those numbers did not materialize Tuesday.
The full text of the memo is available on the second page of this article.