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A big congratulations goes to Lauren Keleher, Engineering Projects, BMA Hay Point Coal Terminal, who has been named a finalist in next year's QRC/WIMARQ Resources Awards for Women.
With half of Australia’s future workforce expected to need high-level coding skills by 2030, we’re proud partners of Perth Web Girls, a grassroots organisation in Western Australia, that nurtures young women taking early steps in STEM.
In 2016, BHP set a bold aspirational goal to achieve gender balance by 2025. In the two years since we announced this aspirational goal, the action, debate and innovation it originally sparked has intensified across our company and within the industry. These forces are essential to bring about genuine change.
Michelle Elvy, Head of Integrated Operations BMC, talks about the importance of inclusive leadership and its impact on developing the next generation of miners.
Traditionally, flexible work arrangements have been more commonly adopted by those in office based roles. But we know that flex work means different things to different people, across a variety of roles and locations.
The commercial case for improving diversity is compelling. BHP’s most inclusive and gender diverse operations have outperformed our average on a range of measures, including lower injury rates, adherence to work plans and meeting production targets.
Diversity in all of its forms improves our workplace. The business case for this is clear.
After being with the business for more than 35 years, Shane Cox, Superintendent Mine Control IROC, gets to share his experiences with the six members of his family who currently work at BHP.
Olympic Dam superintendent Nima Sherpa has been named as a finalist in the Exceptional Young Woman in Australian Resources category as part of the Minerals Council of Australia’s annual Women In Resources National Awards.
The 2018 Women in National Resources Awards (WIRNA) are fast approaching, with two of our Coal colleagues named as finalists.