Offering high levels of local employment creates close economic and social ties to host communities that are important for our social licence to operate. To succeed, we must be an employer of choice in our industry so we can attract the best people.
As the largest Papua New Guinean company, it’s our responsibility to play a leadership role in employment practice by modelling best practice in areas such as paid parental leave, first home ownership, continuing superannuation contributions during periods of unpaid maternity leave and supporting employees who are affected by family violence. We also help to expand the national skills base through our training and development programmes.
As well as competitive reward and benefit arrangements and opportunities for upskilling and career development, we focus on creating a fair, equitable working environment that values diversity and promotes equal opportunity.