What does COVID-19 mean for the mining industry?

20 Mar 2020
By Abbi Vermey
How will COVID-19 impact your role in the mining industry?

We are in this together

With so much uncertainty about what the weeks and months ahead look like in the COVID-19 crisis, we want to reach out and let you know we are here with you.

As a small business owner this challenge is unlike anything I’ve experienced. We know our industry is hurting. We are working hard to ensure that we continue to support our community through this unprecedented event.

Like us, I am sure you want to know what work will look like for you moving forward. We developed a quick survey to help us provide insight into how the industry is responding. We encourage you to take part - we'll share our findings with you in the coming weeks.

What does COVID-19 mean for the mining industry? 

What do the changes in the mining industry look like for your work?

Complete the survey here and we will share our findings with you – outlining the impact the crisis is having on our industry and how other mining companies are responding.

We are open for business

We are working closely with clients both in Australia and abroad, to stay across developments and adjust accordingly. We will do our best to ensure regular updates for our local and expat network.

Currently each location and country we work with is affected differently. In-country recruitment appears to still be pushing ahead and there is still demand to fill residential positions. Particularly with current travel bans obstructing the movement of overseas expats.

On the home front, we are focused on what we can control. We’ve implemented a few changes to protect the health and safety of our team, clients and candidates.

  • For now our team is working from home
  • Interviews and meetings are still going ahead, but are being conducted via Skype or over the phone

We are still contactable as always and happy to assist.

Thank you for your ongoing support. We are here, ready and willing to navigate this new landscape together.

All the best to you and your family, 

Abbi

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