Driving talent management, recruitment, engagement & performance in mining, oil & gas

Pre-Conference Workshop: 19 March 2019
Two-Day Conference: 20 – 21 March 2019
 
The resources sector is on the rise again! Mining, oil and gas companies are now looking to re-emerge as the best sector to work in and ensure the industry continues to grow steadily.

To do this, there is a big focus on driving recruitment and talent management strategies.
 
The Resources Workforce Conference is tailored specifically for mining, oil and gas companies which are looking for innovative, powerful ways to expand their workforces and attract the best people for the necessary roles.
 
In addition to attraction and sourcing strategies, there will be practical case studies with an emphasis on: building high performing teams through workforce development initiatives; driving employment outcomes for Indigenous and female talent; supporting FIFO workers via flexibility and mental wellbeing programs; and creating new talent pathways for existing employees.
 
Also be sure to attend the pre-conference workshop, which will focus on how to determine your impactful Employer Value Proposition (EVP), to help set your business apart from all the other mining, oil and gas companies on the market.

Featured Speakers at this Conference

Gavin Lind

Director – Workforce & Health, Safety, Environment & Communities

The Minerals Council Of Australia

Theo Anderson

General Manager Organisational Development

Woodside Energy

Tiffany Chown

Senior Manager HR Business Partner / Chair - WA Committee

Orica / National Association of Women in Operations (NAWO)

Shaun Mooney

HR Business Partner

APA Group

David Parker

Head of WA Workplace Relations

Australian Resources & Energy Group (AMMA)

Andrew Chaplyn

Director Mines Safety, Department of Mines

Industry Regulation & Safety WA

Susan Cull

Manager – People and Communities

Chamber of Minerals and Energy of Western Australia (CMEWA)

Sam Retallack

Head of People & Culture

Independence Group

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WHY ATTEND

  • Discover how your business can become an employer of choice through finding your unique Employee Value Proposition (EVP) 
  • Develop a strategic plan for the future of your workforce by linking predictive data analysis to organisational priorities 
  • Implement graduate and internship programs to attract new talent 
  • Align your business plan with HR initiatives to further develop front-line leadership capability 
  • Use technology and HR data as part of a more effective, innovative recruitment strategy 
  • Maximise Indigenous employment and talent – creating positive outcomes through engagement, mentoring and retention initiatives 
  • Enhance employee experience via redefining workplace culture and implementing mental health and flexibility initiatives 
  • Support FIFO employees’ wellbeing 
  • Drive a culturally inclusive workplace and benchmark a D&I framework in your organisation 
  • Attract and retain female talent into the resources workforce 
  • Build a high performing team through innovative capability and leadership development 
  • Create new talent pathways for employees – equip technical specialists with new skills to transform asset maintenance
 

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

  • Directors, General Managers and Heads of HR 
  • HR Business Partners/HRBPs 
  • People & Culture Business Partners 
  • Senior HR professionals 
  • Organisational Development and Capability professionals 
  • Mining companies 
  • Mining contractors 
  • Oil and gas companies 
  • Government representatives
 

Group Discounts

SEND 3 DELEGATES AND RECEIVE 5% OFF

SEND 4 DELEGATES AND RECEIVE 10% OFF

SEND 5 DELEGATES AND RECEIVE 15% OFF

5%OFF 10%OFF 15%OFF

Venue

The Resources Conference will take place in a deluxe hotel venue in Perth's CBD.

 
Venue to be confirmed up to 4 weeks prior to the event start date.