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Maximising Employee Performance in the METS world Webinar Series: Part 2 - Recruitment & Retention in Difficult Markets
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Maximising Employee Performance in the METS world Webinar Series: Part 2 - Recruitment & Retention in Difficult Markets

Your staff are critical to the success of your business.  Having the right people, in the right jobs, at the right time, and having them operate at peak performance is what we aspire to. However, for small to medium sized METS companies, without dedicated human resource departments, this can be a challenging exercise that poses considerable risk if not done properly.

Over the course of three webinars, Austmine’s Business Advisors will deliver key advice and explore real-world case studies to help small to medium businesses better understand the HR process and adopt strategies suitable for that size business.


Webinar 2 – Recruitment & Retention in Difficult Markets

Many METS companies are presently competing for the most difficult positions to fill in the country – capable engineers and experienced tradespeople.

This webinar seeks to identify, reinforce and build on the basic elements of employee recruitment and retention. We will utilise industry examples to provide guidance on how to stick to such a recruitment program, no matter the market noise and difficulties arising.

Topics covered include:

  • Recruitment – basic Principles
  • Employee retention through employee engagement
  • Job scope – should I go after a generalist and “hope for the best”, or seek the specialist skills I need from the market?
  • How to recruit from other industries
  • How do I recruit for attitude then train the skills?

Speakers:

  • Ross Carter, Business Advisor - Entrepreneurs' Programme, Austmine

Ross has operated within the resources industry for over 30 years. While now a mining services specialist, solid operational experience in drill & blast, principal mining engineer and project managing pre-strip mining contracts has given Ross a sound understanding of the real needs and expectations of the Australian mining industry. With a BE (Mining) and a MBA, he presents a unique combination of mining qualifications and experience having successfully worked across a broad range of suppliers to deliver outstanding service solutions.

  • Scott Roberts, Director - Client Services & OD Consulting, Rubicor

Scott has considerable experience and expertise in many facets of managing Human resources, including recruitment, facilitation, leadership and management education. With extensive experience in PNG and outback Australia, he has a keen appreciation of cross-cultural issues at work. Scott has been with the Rubicor Group since 2006, he was appointed as Director Client Services and OD Consulting in 2013, before this he was Managing Director of Cadden Crowe (a Rubicor Company). Prior to joining Rubicor, Scott was the General Manager JDA an Australian and Papua New Guinean resource focused global recruitment and HR services firm.

  • Peter Buckley, Chief Customer Officer, MyPass

MyPass™ is a ‘software as a service’ technology company simplifying workforce & compliance management for Operators, Asset Owners & Service Providers. Workers own and control data & training contained within their digital work passport, giving companies access to real-time compliance information whilst reducing manual keying of data into their operating systems. The net results are reduced risk, reduced costs across the supply chain, and a better foundation for business growth.

  • Stuart Walker, General Manager, CSE Uniserve

Stuart has General Management responsibility for the Uniserve division of CSE Australia. CSE-Uniserve provides high quality local engineering design services, support and effective delivery of technically advanced products and systems to the mining & heavy industry, electrical and water utility, renewable energy, transport, and oil & gas market.

Register for the series using the link at the top of the page. Contact Sheldon.varcoe@austmine.com.au for more details and if you have questions.

The Entrepreneurs’ Programme is the Australian Government’s flagship initiative for business competitiveness and productivity. The Programme uses experienced Advisers and Facilitators, drawn from industry, to ensure businesses get the advice and support they need to improve their competitiveness, productivity and to maximize their growth potential. For more information go to www.business.gov.au/EP


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