A workforce with the proper skills, training, and experience is one of mining industry’s most basic and important needs.
Euromax aims to attract and retain talented and innovative people at every level of our organization, as well as provide them with the resources and training they require to succeed.
Our policy is to recruit local people wherever possible, and we will seek to ensure that our contractors and sub-contractors do the same. By prioritising recruitment from those communities close to or affected by our operations, Euromax will build positive and long lasting relationships with host communities and enable an effective workforce and encourage succession planning.
Promoting diversity within our workforce is an essential component of our labour & human resources principles, as well as a central aspect of operational labour practices and strategies in all phases of our project development. It is our policy to provide equal access to employment opportunities, and we will put in place meaningful support structures based on individual needs for those who may have been previously disadvantaged to enable every employee to realise their full potential.
Our commitment to promoting workforce diversity encompasses the extension of opportunities for women at all levels of our organisation, as well as providing appropriate opportunities for disabled employees.
Euromax will not tolerate any form of unfair discrimination, inhumane treatment, child labour, or harassment in the workplace.