seems pretty good to me, haven't heard anyone mention anything in relation to any of it.
There is a strong focus on inclusion and diversity across all parts of the business. This includes white ribbon accreditation and a mutual maternity/paternity policy that allows the same amount of leave for both genders. The need to include ethnic minorities is also highly addressed particularly at an operational level. All of these aspects trickle throughout the business including recruitment.
attempting to become diverse. Indigenous employment is relatively high
I think the diversity within the company is fantastic.
Very little LGBT visibility. Recruitment has strong targets for gender and indigenous workers (which they frequently exceed). Child care options seem non-existent. Maternity (and paternity) leave is good, with a global policy so that all workers have the same entitlements. Still less than 50% women in ExCo.
As a female engineer, I've experience no discrimination in the workplace and also found that the gender ratio amongst young engineers here is quite balanced.
Diversity and local hiring are of key importance.
Graduate, None, I work at a remote site (FIFO 2x2)
Rio pride themselves on been a diverse and modern company. Which I strongly support as it brings experience from around the world which overall makes us a better company.
appears that Rio are trying to hire and retain women as well as people with indigenous backgrounds.
Very diverse, more women, maternity leave, people from different regions and different age groups
Graduate, Gove, NT
The company employs 547 indigenous peoples in the FNQ area. Women are encouraged to apply for roles and receive support where needed.