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Over the last few years, BHP has been evolving the way we work through flexible work practices, and our people are empowered to find their own way of working to best support their needs.
Moving to Australia 10 years ago to embrace new opportunities and build her geotechnical engineering career, Lilis Sulistyani has never been one to turn away from new roles and commodities, with experience across coal, gold, and nickel.
Nothing is more important than having our employees bring their whole self to work. That’s one reason why we’ve embedded flexible work in our policies such as gender-neutral parental leave so our teams can achieve the balance they need at all times.
BHP Foundation partner, International Finance Corporation's project - From Disclosure to Development - works with companies, governments and civil society partners to facilitate access to information and open data on the natural resources sector.
Access to childcare is a big issue for our regional communities.
That’s why BHP is proud to be collaborating with Onslow industry to help One Tree Community Services attract more staff for their local Onslow childcare facility.
With recruitment recently launching for the 2022 Program, we thought it timely to check in with the class of ‘21 to see how they’re getting on.
Christopher Dede, Professor in Learning Technologies, Harvard University emphasized the future of hybrid learning at the Learning Lab a collaborative project enabled by the BHP Foundation in Chile.
Read about some of the partnerships we have in place to help us meet our global environmental and sustainability goals.
Former Paralympian Logan Powell has swapped the pool for the pit, after completing an operations traineeship at BHP Mitsubishi Alliance's Daunia Mine operation.