An Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) survey for women in resources has found that on-site experience has improved this year compared with 2020.
The tyre industry has traditionally been male dominated, with female workers most commonly seen in administration roles. Kal Tire is breaking down the barriers and hiring the best workers for the job, male or female.
Hastings Deering is set to open applications for its 2021 apprenticeship program to fill 40 new positions across Queensland and the Northern Territory.
In the Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) 2020 Women in Mining Survey, more than half of female respondents reported that they did not perceive the industry as diverse.
The Minerals Council of Australia (MCA) has awarded scholarships to three women in the minerals industry to help them secure company board positions.
Gender diversity is at the top of the agenda for many firms, not as a societal obligation but because of the real value it delivers.
BHP is continuing to change and improve the way it works with the mining supply chain. But there is a catch.
For suppliers, partnering with a company like BHP is the ultimate goal. And now, BHP’s group procurement officer Sundeep Singh has revealed what it takes to be a supplier for the company.
Championing diversity and inclusion in the mining industry means challenging stereotypes, being uncomfortable and rejecting tick-a-box solutions.
Tackling the gender imbalance and attracting young talent have been mining industry challenges put under the spotlight on day two of AIMEX in Sydney.
Fortescue Metals Group will sign the ParityPledge, becoming one of the first companies in Australia to make the commitment to foster an inclusive and diverse workforce.
Kalgoorlie Consolidated Gold Mines (KCGM) has followed the lead of joint venture owner Newmont Goldcorp by providing generous parental or adoption leave, regardless of gender.
The Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM) has sealed its commitment in supporting indigenous women in the sector by signing a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Indigenous Women in Mining and Resources Australia (IWIMRA).
The 2019 Women in Industry Awards are crowded by females who have made a difference in their field. Roy Hill manager operations planning Jodi Moffitt reveals the life and career obstacles she has overcome on her way to success at the event.
Fortescue Metals Group has launched a recruitment trailer that is touring around the Pilbara region of Western Australia, spreading employment opportunities to the Aboriginal communities.
Hastings Deering has set a task to improve diversity and inclisuion within its workforce through the introduction of a new business-shaping initiative called ‘Together as One’.
Rio Tinto has backed the Western Australian Government’s launch of its first ever five-pillar approach to enhancing science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM) capabilities throughout the state.
A TAFE mining program has released figures suggesting the number of women in the industry is increasing, but concedes there is still more work to be done to achieve gender balance.
Gender diversity is not a corporate catchphrase when it comes to the mining sector’s forerunners. Women in leading positions at BHP, Fortescue and St Barbara lay out their achievements, but also point out that more needs to be done.
Gold Industry Group has committed $5 million in a record partnership deal for Netball WA, backed by group members such as Newcrest Mining and St Barbara.