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Thought Leadership Series 2022

Future workforce

Thought Leadership Series 2022

Future workforce

Webinar 4 - On demand

Addressing the declining pipeline of employees entering the resources sector

The resources industry faces growing challenges including a declining supply of graduates, strong competition with other industries for talent combined with an ageing workforce of traditional miners.

This panel addressed:

  • Macro trends impacting the pipeline of new people entering the industry
  • Specific challenges such as negative industry perceptions and what younger generations are looking for in their careers
  • Strategies employers are utilising to tailor their approach and programs to attract and retain talent

Panellists

Dr Gavin Lind

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
CEO
Australian Minerals & Energy Skills Alliance (AUSMESA)

Ismet Canbulat

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
FAusIMM
Professor and Head of School
Minerals and Energy Resources Engineering

Michelle Gibson

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Head of Learning and Development
BHP
Nicole Brook

Nicole Brook

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
FAusIMM
Board Director
AusIMM

Nikki Hartrey

Webinar 4 - Future workforce
Human Resources Manager
Agnico Eagle

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Other webinars in the Series

Indigenous participation

Advancing First Nations professionals for the benefit of the resources sector and the community
Webinar 1

Global mining trends

PwC shared their views on emerging trends, best practices, methodologies and approaches for 2022 and beyond
Webinar 2

Technology and decarbonisation

Exploring sustainable mining through technology and automation in the resources industry
Webinar 3

Critical minerals

Securing Australia’s competitive advantage to meet the world’s critical minerals needs
Webinar 5

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