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The BHP Foundation annually brings global experts together to collaborate on how they can improve the governance of natural resources so citizens benefit from the billions in taxes and royalties that resource companies pay to host governments.
Kerri-Lee has gone from working as a hairdresser to driving a dump truck - all thanks to Yandi's New to Industry program!
The BHP Foundation is increasing their support of Open Contracting Partnership so through their focus on open, smart and fair public procurement, OCP can enhance their impact in a COVID-19 world.
With 36 years of industry experience under his hard hat, Tom Atto - Production Operator at BMC’s Poitrel Mine, is ready to take the next step in his career and complete his Open Cut Examiner (OCE) certification.
It's Tanya and Grant 'Thorpey' Thorpe's passion for people that's seen their careers skyrocket at BHP.
BHP Petroleum Australia has committed $3.7 million over the next five years to continue its Ningaloo Outlook partnership with the CSIRO.
How Corban Atzeni, a Mobile Maintenance Technician for Operations Services at BMA Blackwater Mine, went from playing with replica dump trucks in the sandpit, to operating the machinery in the coal pit. Here, he shares how he landed his dream job.
After almost 10 years with BHP, and three rounds of parental leave, Jade Paterson has witnessed firsthand the cultural shift towards embracing flexibility - and she couldn't imagine a better way for her family.
Tammy O’Connor, proud Palyku/Nyiyaparli woman and the owner of Kingkira, a 100 per cent Aboriginal owned business in the Pilbara, tells her story.
The BHP Foundation is backing two new initiatives to enable socially isolated people to sustain social connections, and to stimulate bold thinking around a national response to the mental health impacts of COVID-19.