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Gold industry needs more progress to address 'war on talent': panel

THE gold industry’s collegiate approach and some simple fixes could help address workplace diversity, flexibility and turnover issues, a breakfast event was told on the sidelines of Diggers & Dealers in Kalgoorlie.

Ngaire McDiarmid in Kalgoorlie
 Evolution’s Jake Klein, Northern Star’s Marianne Dravnieks, NSW deputy chief scientist and engineer Darren Saunders, Westgold’s Wayne Bramwell, Curtin University Future of Work Institute research fellow Cheryl Yam and moderator Peter Klinger from Cannings Purple

Evolution’s Jake Klein, Northern Star’s Marianne Dravnieks, NSW deputy chief scientist and engineer Darren Saunders, Westgold’s Wayne Bramwell, Curtin University Future of Work Institute research fellow Cheryl Yam and moderator Peter Klinger from Cannings Purple

Panellists at the Gold Industry Group event, including Evolution Mining executive chairman Jake Klein, agreed there had been some progress as the industry tackled what Westgold Resources MD Wayne Bramwell...

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