The Gold Industry Group held its second Women in Gold Sundowner, in conjunction with Women in Mining WA, in November at The Perth Mint.
With a 300-strong crowd in attendance and the much-anticipated gender diversity debate exceeding expectations, it wasn’t long before the hashtag #womeningold17 was trending across Australia on Twitter.
Tonight, the Gold Industry Group will host its second Women in Gold Sundowner at The Perth Mint in conjunction with Women in Mining WA, this year putting diversity under the spotlight with a great debate in front of more than 300 guests.
Inspired by Catherine Fox’s book Stop Fixing Women, the debate will see a diverse powerhouse panel of industry figures battle it out over whether we need to stop fixing women and start fixing the system to achieve gender equality in the workplace.
The Gold Industry Group recently spoke to BGC Contracting's Communities & Diversity Manager Sarah Eatough on how she is helping to facilitate greater diversity across the business and in the community.
Australian mining and civil construction firm BGC Contracting Pty Ltd has been announced as Australian Mining’s Contract Miner of the Year.
The award recognises BGC Contracting’s collaborative approach to improving efficiencies at Cliffs Natural Resources Koolyanobbing, resulting in savings of more than $100 million over three years.
The Gold Industry Group hosted its inaugural Women in Gold event recently at The Perth Mint, attended by more than 300 industry professionals.
Headline speaker Gold Fields Australia Vice President of Legal and Compliance Kelly Carter discussed the current challenges and opportunities for the mining sector.
The Gold Industry Group will be hosting its inaugural event to recognise and promote women in gold this Friday night at The Perth Mint. The Women in Gold Sundowner has generated significant interest attracting more than 300 members and industry colleagues..
Australian mining and civil construction contractor BGC Contracting has joined the Gold Industry Group.
BGC Contracting CEO Greg Heylen said the company was pleased to join the group which was making such an important contribution to the long-term future of the gold industry.